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Accused
David Davies; Parish: Llanidloes; County: Montgomery; Status: Clockmaker
Offence
Theft from the dwelling house and shop of prosecutor of goods pertaining to his trade, tools, a dog bell and money. Prisoner absconded to Bala, co. Mer. where he was charged by warrant for departing from prosecutor's service. Prisoner originally from Llanrwst, co. Denb.

Value: £3 14s. 6d.
Location and date
Parish: Llanidloes; County: Montgomery; Date: 13 June 1818
Prosecutor
Owen Davies, Llanidloes, watchmaker
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty of stealing to the value of 1/- ~~ (Amendments)
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 2 years imprisonment in the House of Correction~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/8
Document number
2
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Accused
John Beedles; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Burglary of prosecutor's house and stealing drink, including raspberry brandy, tobacco and money. Prosecutor kept an inn called the Old Gaol House.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 30 June 1818
Prosecutor
Humphrey Edwards, Newtown, victualler
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/8
Document number
5
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Accused
John Powell; Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of sheep. Prisoner aged 26.
Location and date
Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Date: 20 July 1818
Prosecutor
Thomas Jones, farmer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
No prosecution - convicted on another indic
File number
4/200/9
Document number
27
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Accused
Edward Evans; Parish: Llanidloes; County: Montgomery; Status: Weaver
Offence
Theft of food - meat - from prosecutor's dwelling house.
Location and date
Parish: Llanidloes; County: Montgomery; Date: 22 July 1818
Prosecutor
David Evans, Llanidloes, innkeeper
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 6 months imprisonment in the House of Corrrection~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/8
Document number
6
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Accused
Joseph Davies; Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Burglary of prosecutor's house and stealing one of silver and watch cases, two of silver. Handbills were printed and circulated offering a reward for any information received.

Value: £3 16s. 6d.
Location and date
Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Date: 28 July 1818
Prosecutor
William Jones, Llanfyllin, watchmaker
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/200/8
Document number
9
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Accused
William Williams; Parish: Llanfair Caereinion; County: Montgomery; Status: Yeoman
Offence
Forgery - altering an acquittance and receipt of property duty purported to have been paid to the prosecutor as receiver for the counties of Brecon, Radnor and Montgomery on 15. 3. 1817.
Location and date
Parish: Llanfair Caereinion; County: Montgomery; Date: 7 August 1818
Prosecutor
John Lloyd Jones, Receiver General
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Transported for 14 years~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/8
Document number
1
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Accused
Richard Jones the yo; Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Status: Butcher
Offence
Nuisance - by slaughtering animals in a building close to streets and highways and causing unwholesome smells.
Location and date
Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Date: 10 August 1818
Prosecutor
Hugh Roberts
File number
4/200/8
Document number
4
Accused
John Rogers; Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Breaking and entering prosecutor's house and stealing watches, one of silver, and wearing apparel. Prisoner aged 25.
Location and date
Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Date: 14 August 1818
Prosecutor
Edward Evans, Guilsfield, labourer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty of stealing only
Punishment
Sentenced on another indictment
File number
4/200/9
Document number
28
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Accused
John Rogers; Parish: Llandysilio; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Breaking and entering prosecutor's house and stealing wearing apparel and cheese. Prisoner aged 25.
Location and date
Parish: Llandysilio; County: Montgomery; Date: 14 August 1818
Prosecutor
Maria Jones, Llandysilio, widow
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
No prosecution, convicted on another indict
File number
4/200/9
Document number
30
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Accused
John Rogers; Parish: Llandysilio; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Breaking and entering prosecutor's house and stealing wearing apparel, money and food. Prisoner aged 25.

Value: £3 11s. 6d.
Location and date
Parish: Llandysilio; County: Montgomery; Date: 14 August 1818
Prosecutor
William Owen, Llandysilio, labourer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
33
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Accused
Edward Thomas; Parish: Llangynyw; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Murder of David Davies by striking him between the shoulders with a reaping hook. Prisoner aged 40. Inquest refers to manslaughter.
Location and date
Parish: Llangynyw; County: Montgomery; Date: 21 August 1818
Prosecutor
Elizabeth Davies
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty of manslaughter.~ (Amendments)
Punishment
1 year imprisonment and fined 1/-~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
35
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Accused
David Jones; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Shoemaker
Offence
Theft of a horse. Prisoner aged 26.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 September 1818
Prosecutor
Evan Lewis, Llanllwchaearn, farmer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
29
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Accused
Edward Humphreys; Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Breaking and entering prosecutor's house and stealing wearing apparel. Prisoner aged 20.
Location and date
Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Date: 8 October 1818
Prosecutor
Evan Evans
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 18 months imprisonment with hard labour in the House of Corr
File number
4/200/9
Document number
34
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Accused
Charles Plimmer; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Possessing counterfeit money - shillings - with intent to utter the same.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 8 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Verdict
No prosecution - convicted on another indic
File number
4/200/9
Document number
24
Accused
Charles Plimmer; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Uttering a counterfeit shilling to Penellope Lloyd. Prisoner aged 24.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 8 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
1 year imprisonment and to find sureties for good behaviour for 2 years~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
36
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Accused
Thomas Plimmer; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Possessing counterfeit money - shillings - with intent to utter the same. Prisoner aged 12.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 8 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
24
Accused
William Roberts; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Possessing counterfeit money - shillings - with intent to utter the same. Prisoner aged 27.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 8 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
24
Accused
John Fletcher; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Uttering counterfeit bank notes with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. Prisoner aged 24.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
James William Freshfield
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
Punishment
Sentenced on another indictment
File number
4/200/9
Document number
32
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Accused
John Fletcher; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Posessing a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 24. According to the return of prisoners, no evidence was offered on the capital charge of uttering - see no. 38 in this file.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
James William Freshfields
Plea
Guilty - bu
Punishment
Transported for 14 years~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
37
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Return of prisoners (Key)
Accused
John Fletcher; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Uttering a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 24. According to return of prisoners, no evidence was offered on this charge, the prisoner pleading guilty to possession - see doc. no. 37 in this file.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Verdict
No true bill but see text.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
38
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Accused
John Fletcher; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Possessing a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 24.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
44
Accused
Samuel Hill; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Posessing a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 38. According to the return of prisoners, no evidence was offered on the capital charge of uttering - see no. 38 in this file.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
James William Freshfields
Plea
Guilty - bu
Punishment
Transported for 14 years~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/9
Document number
37
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Accused
Samuel Hill; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Uttering a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 38. According to return of prisoners, no evidence was offered on this charge, the prisoner pleading guilty to possession - see nos. 37 & 39 in this file.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty, but see text.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
38
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Accused
Samuel Hill; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Possessing a counterfeit bank note. Prisoner aged 38. According to return of prisoners, no evidence was offered on the capital charge of uttering - see doc. no. 38.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
James William Freshfield
Plea
Guilty, but
Verdict
Sentenced on another indictment.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
39
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Accused
Ann Jones; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Singlewoman
Offence
Theft of food, cheese. Prisoner aged 25.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 15 February 1819
Prosecutor
William Griffiths
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 18 months imprisonment with hard labour in the House of Corr
File number
4/200/9
Document number
40
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Accused
James Evans; Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of hay. Prisoner aged 22.
Location and date
Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Date: 18 February 1819
Prosecutor
Richard Goolden
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
41
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Accused
William Evans; Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of hay. Prisoner aged 20.
Location and date
Parish: Guilsfield; County: Montgomery; Date: 18 February 1819
Prosecutor
Richard Goolden
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
41
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Accused
Thomas Evans (Alias: Thomas Edwards, Edward); Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of wearing apparel.
Location and date
Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Date: 26 February 1819
Prosecutor
John Davies
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
43
Accused
Thomas Evans (Alias: Thomas Edwards, Edward); Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of wearing apparel belonging to the prosecutors.
Location and date
Parish: Pennant Melangell; County: Montgomery; Date: 27 February 1819
Prosecutor
Henry Roberts & William Roberts
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/200/9
Document number
42
Accused
John Swain; Parish: Llanwnnog; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of cloth. Prisoner aged 37.
Location and date
Parish: Llanwnnog; County: Montgomery; Date: 11 March 1819
Prosecutor
John Jones
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 1 year imprisonment with hard labour in the House of Correct
File number
4/200/9
Document number
26
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Accused
John Swain; Parish: Kerry; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of wearing apparel.
Location and date
Parish: Kerry; County: Montgomery; Date: 24 March 1819
Prosecutor
David Morgan
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
No prosecution - convicted on another indic
File number
4/200/9
Document number
25
Accused
Hugh Lear Dawson (Alias: Hugh Leah Dawson~~); Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Status: Flax-dresser (Amendments)
Offence
Pickpocketing money, including promissory notes and bank notes and a pocket book. Prisoner, aged 19, born in Knutsford, co. Chester.
Location and date
Parish: Llanfyllin; County: Montgomery; Date: 7 April 1819
Prosecutor
Jeremiah Evans, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, co
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, transported for 7 years~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/10
Document number
18
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Accused
Thomas Edwards; Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of a horse. Prisoner, aged 25, born at Manafon.
Location and date
Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Date: 7 April 1819
Prosecutor
Edward Jones, Berriw, farmer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/10
Document number
23
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Accused
Thomas Jones; Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of hay from a hay stack. Apprehended on a boat on a canal.
Location and date
Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Date: 13 April 1819
Prosecutor
Richard Meredith, Berriw, farmer
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, transported for 7 years~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/201/1
Document number
66
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Accused
Thomas Owen; Parish: Montgomery; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Poaching rabbits, some tame. Prisoner, aged 30, born at Llandysul, co. Mont.
Location and date
Parish: Montgomery; County: Montgomery; Date: 24 April 1819
Prosecutor
Dosiah otherwise Josiah Grist, Montgomery,
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
3 months imprisonment with hard labour in the House of Correction
File number
4/200/10
Document number
16
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Accused
Sarah Ellis (Alias: Sarah Lloyd); Parish: Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, co. Mont.; County: Montgomery; Status: Singlewoman
Offence
Theft from a shop of money from a drawer in prosecutor's shop. Prisoner, aged 19, born at Meifod.
Location and date
Parish: Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnan; County: Montgomery; Date: 1 May 1819
Prosecutor
David Edwards, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/200/10
Document number
24
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Accused
Thomas Evans; Parish: Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Rescue of livestock - cattle belonging to Mary Evans, Llanfihangel, widow, distrained by the prosecutor for depasturising his land. Pound breach.
Location and date
Parish: Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwyn; County: Montgomery; Date: 17 June 1819
Prosecutor
David Davies
File number
4/200/10
Document number
20
Accused
Ann Bywater; Parish: Penstrowed; County: Montgomery; Status: Married
Offence
Conspiracy with others to aggrieve John Bywater by setting fire to stacks of oak bark. Part of the bark had been sold to Edward Williams, Newtown, innkeeper, the remainder being owned by Messrs Clarke and Williams, Ludlow, co. Salop, solicitors, who employed Edward Bluck, Mochdre, yeoman, to take care of the same. Evan Davies, bailiff, and William Brees, Llandinam, formerly of Aberhafesb, bailiff, implicated 'in the commission of the offence', but not indicted.
Location and date
Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Date: 22 June 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
72
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Accused
Martha Jones; Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Status: Married
Offence
Conspiracy with others to aggrieve John Bywater by setting fire to stacks of oak bark. Part of the bark had been sold to Edward Williams, Newtown, innkeeper, the remainder being owned by Messrs Clarke and Williams, Ludlow, co. Salop, solicitors, who employed Edward Bluck, Mochdre, yeoman, to take care of the same. Evan Davies, bailiff, and William Brees, Llandinam, formerly of Aberhafesb, bailiff, implicated 'in the commission of the offence', but not indicted.
Location and date
Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Date: 22 June 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
72
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Accused
Thomas Jones the el; Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Status: Yeoman
Offence
Conspiracy with others to aggrieve John Bywater by setting fire to stacks of oak bark. Part of the bark had been sold to Edward Williams, Newtown, innkeeper, the remainder being owned by Messrs Clarke and Williams, Ludlow, co. Salop, solicitors, who employed Edward Bluck, Mochdre, yeoman, to take care of the same. Evan Davies, bailiff, and William Brees, Llandinam, formerly of Aberhafesb, bailiff, implicated 'in the commission of the offence', but not indicted.
Location and date
Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Date: 22 June 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
72
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Accused
Edward Morris; Parish: Aberhafesb; County: Montgomery; Status: Shoemaker/bailiff
Offence
Conspiracy with others to aggrieve John Bywater by setting fire to stacks of oak bark. Part of the bark had been sold to Edward Williams, Newtown, innkeeper, the remainder being owned by Messrs Clarke and Williams, Ludlow, co. Salop, solicitors, who employed Edward Bluck, Mochdre, yeoman, to take care of the same. Evan Davies, bailiff, and William Brees, Llandinam, formerly of Aberhafesb, bailiff, implicated 'in the commission of the offence', but not indicted.
Location and date
Parish: Mochdre; County: Montgomery; Date: 22 June 1819
Prosecutor
Unspecified
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Not guilty.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
72
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Accused
David Watkins; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of cattle.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 12 July 1819
Prosecutor
Rees Powell, Llansanffraid Cwmteuddwr, co.
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
File number
4/200/10
Document number
19
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Accused
Watkin Watkins; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of cattle. Prisoner, aged 40, born at Llanwrtud? co. Brec.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 12 July 1819
Prosecutor
Rees Powell, Llansanffraid Cwmteuddwr, co.
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/200/10
Document number
19
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Accused
Watkin Watkins; Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of cattle. Prisoner aged 40, born at Llanwrtud? co. Brec.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 12 July 1819
Prosecutor
David Edwards, Llansanffraid Cwmdeuddwr, co
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
No prosecution - convicted on another indic
File number
4/200/10
Document number
21
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Accused
David Rees; Parish: Llanwnnog; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Burglary of prosecutor's house and stealing wheat, corn and rye from his mill.
Location and date
Parish: Llanwnnog; County: Montgomery; Date: 5 August 1819
Prosecutor
David Morgan, Llanwnnog, miller
Verdict
No prosecution - escaped from constable con
File number
4/200/10
Document number
22
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Accused
Nicholas Miles; Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Assault.
Location and date
Parish: Newtown; County: Montgomery; Date: 3 September 1819
Prosecutor
John Williams
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
71
Accused
Richard Jones (Alias: Richard Wynne); Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of wearing apparel from prosecutor's workshop, belonging to him and Robert Morris, journeyman, who worked with the former. Prisoner, previously employed by the prosecutor, apprehended at Shrewsbury, co. Salop.

Value: £3 19s. 6d.
Location and date
Parish: Welshpool; County: Montgomery; Date: 1 October 1819
Prosecutor
John Wall, Welshpool, draper
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Prays benefit of clergy, 2 years imprisonment with hard labour in the House of Correc
File number
4/201/1
Document number
70
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Accused
James Evans; Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of horses.
Location and date
Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Date: 13 October 1819
Prosecutor
Evan Edwards
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/201/1
Document number
67
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Accused
Richard Evans; Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Status: Labourer
Offence
Theft of horses.
Location and date
Parish: Berriw; County: Montgomery; Date: 13 October 1819
Prosecutor
Evan Edwards
Plea
Not guilty.
Verdict
Guilty.
Punishment
Death~~ (Amendments)
File number
4/201/1
Document number
67
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Accused
Hugh Williams the yo; Parish: Machynlleth (~); County: Montgomery; Status: Attorney's clerk (Amendments)
Offence
Assault with intent to ravish Ann Evans, prosecutor's wife, who alleged that she contracted veneral disease from the prisoner. Ann Evans charged by her husband of whoring - she allegedly 'wanted money from him [the prisoner] for having connection with her that she might get meat into the house'.
Location and date
Parish: Penegoes; County: Montgomery; Date: 2 December 1819
Prosecutor
Evan Evans, Llanwrin, farmer
Verdict
No true bill.
File number
4/201/1
Document number
68
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