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Old 18-03-10, 21:37
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Name:
Hannah (Ann) HAINES
Date and place of birth:
1823 Edge, Gloucestershire
Names of parents:
Daniel HAINES and Sarah WOOD
Date and place of baptism:
25 December 1823, Painswick, Glos
Marriage:
1 September 1846 to Samuel WILDEN
Occupation(s):
Wood Seller
Addresses where they lived:
1846 – Brookthorpe
1851 Census: Stockend, Haresfield, Glos: with husband and family
1 October 1852: Extract from the Quarter Sessions County Gaol Register - Hannah WILDEN, No 2405, Painswick, Labourers wife, age 29, height 5'0", light brown curly hair, light hazel eyes, long visage, light complexion. Charged with felonously stealing at Painswick on 30 September 1852, one quartern and a half of potatoes the property of Charles Clifford. Tried at Quarter Sessions 19 October 1852. Guilty. Sentence one calendar month hard labour in the House of Correction, Horsley. Discharged 27 October 1852. Background: native of Painswick, married, four children. Has been working for W Dowdeswell of the Hays, also Chas Clifford four days. "Church". Conduct in prison orderly.
1871 Census: 12 Suffolk Street, Gloucester with husband and family
1881 Census: 84 Suffolk Street, Gloucester – widow
Date, place and cause of death:
Q1 1890 Gloucester
Date and place of burial/cremation:
Not found
Details of will:
Unlikely to be one
Memorial inscription:
Unlikely
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The description makes me wish all my relatives had been tried for felony. I am related to the Clifford family whose members wer not above a touch of poaching themselves. Later they seemed to become magistrates and prosecute their neighbours.
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Anne, I know what you mean! Descriptions like that are the nearest thing I have to a photo of my ancestors. Poor woman, her husband was in gaol countless times for drunkenness and assault; his descriptions include freckled arm, varicose veins, scars to various parts of his body and sores on his left posterior!! He was sentenced to five years penal servitude for "unlawfully doing grievous bodily harm to his wife" (not sure when this was ever 'lawful'), including a spell in Millbank Prison.
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