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Saturday 1 June 1895 - Charles Gillett accused by John Pope of stealing a hoe

Category Wickhamford
The Worcester Journal
Transcription of article

County Petty Session

EVESHAM. – Monday.

CHARGE OF STEALING A HOE. – Charles Gillett, labourer, of no fixed abode, was charged by John Pope, farmer, at Wickhamford, with stealing a hoe, value 2s. at Wickhamford on May 23rd. Prosecutor stated that he managed a farm for his uncle, Mr. Joseph Pope, at Wickhamford. The hoe has belonged to him (prosecutor). Prisoner had worked for him, hoeing wheat. The hoe produced by P.C. Marks was his property, being marked J.P.

[At the end of the case Gillett was fine 10s., in default seven days.]