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William Glanvill/Granville 1831 Exeter

Trial Records PRO REF: ASSI 21/57
Devon - At the Assizes and general gaol delivery of our Lord the King holden at the Castle of Exeter in and for the County of Devon on Saturday the twenty third of July in the 1831 year aforesaid before the same Justices and their fellow Justices.
Saturday 23rd July Opened Commissions and adjourned to Monday 25th July at 9 AM.
Monday 25th July
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Wednesday 27th July
Jury Sworn
1.James Easterbrook     5.Joseph Cranch          9.James Peck
2.William Barrett       6.John Greenfield       10.John Horn
3.John Tapp             7.William Hosegood      11.Thomas Williams
4.Thomas Cann           8.William May           12.Charles Weston

Break and entering the Shop, of William WILLIAMS at Stoke Dameral on 27 April and steal 31 knives @ 6d each & other goods.
Transportation 14 years William GRANVILLE - po se Guilty
Transportation 14 years James BREWER - po se Guilty
Transportation 14 years John ROWSE - po se Guilty

Feloniously receiving stolen goods knowing them to have been stolen.
Transportation 14 years Mary BREWER - po se Guilty

First Indictment PRO REF: ASSI 2S/22/8
"Larceny-The Jurors for our Lord the King upon their Oath Present that William GLANVILLE (po se Guilty Transportation 14 years) late of the Parish of Stoke Dameral in the County of Devon Labourer, James BREWER (po se Guilty Transportation 14 years) late of the same place labourer and John ROWSE (po se Guilty Transportation 14 years) late of the same place labourer on the twenty seventh day of April in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and thirty one with force and arms at the Parish aforesaid in the said County the shop of one William WILLIAMS there situate feloniously did break and enter and thirty one knives of the value of six pence each, twenty four snuff boxes of the value of eight pence each, thirty seven watch jewels of the value of one shilling each, eighteen brooches of the value of nine pence each, two pair of ear drops of the value of eight shillings each pair, two strings of coral beads of the value of eight shillings and forty seven rings of the value of five pence each of the goods and chattels of the said William WILLIAMS in the same shop then and there being found then and there in the same shop did feloniously did steal take and carry away Against the Peace of our said Lord the King his Crown and Dignity And the Jurors aforesaid upon their Oath aforesaid do further Present that Mary BREWER (po se Guilty Transportation 14 years) late of the Parish of Saint Andrew in the Borough of Plymouth in the County of Devon, the wife of John BREWER afterwards to wit on the twenty eighth day of April in the year aforesaid with force and arms at the Parish of Saint Andrew in the borough aforesaid in the said County one ring of the value of four pence and two strings of coral beads of the value of eight shillings being parcel of the Goods and Chattels aforesaid so as aforesaid feloniously stolen taken and carried away feloniously did receive (she - the said Mary BREWER then and there well knowing the Goods and Chattels aforesaid to have been so as aforesaid feloniously stolen taken and carried away) Against the form of the Statute in such case made and provided and against the Peace of our said Lord the King his Crown and Dignity."

Second Indictment PRO REF: ASSI 2S/22/8
"Larceny,-The Jurors for our Lord the King upon Oath present that William GRANVILLE late of the Parish of Stoke Dameral the County of Devon labourer, James BREWER late of the same place labourer and John ROWSE late of the same place labourer on the twenty seventh day of April in the first Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord William the Fourth by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland King Defender of the Faith with Force and Arms at the Parish aforesaid in the County aforesaid seven pair of shoes of the value of four shillings each pair of the Goods and Chattels of Christopher OLDFIELD then and there being found then and there feloniously did steal take and carry away Against the Peace of our said Lord the King his Crown and Dignity."

 

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