2 edition of Surrey quarter sessions records found in the catalog.
Surrey quarter sessions records
Surrey Record Office.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Dorothy L.Powell and Hilary Jenkinson.|
|Series||Guide to Surrey Records, vol.8|
|Contributions||Powell, Dorothy L., Jenkinson, Hilary.|
About Surrey, England, Licensed Victuallers, Victuallers (inn or tavern keepers) were required to be licensed by Justices of the Peace at Quarter Sessions dating back to To be licensed, owners of alehouses, taverns, or inns had to take out recognizances (a pledge of a bond in court) to ensure that their place of business was not. The database contains information on criminals and their crimes and punishments as well as details on the victims. Records from less serious crimes heard at Quarter Sessions are held at county record offices and can be searched at Archives Wales. Monmouthshire formed part of the Oxford circuit and are available from The National Archives at Kew).
Cheshire. Nether Knutsford Quarter Sessions: Margaret Banen ** community contributed record ** Cork County: William Barr ** community contributed record ** Dublin City: John Barrett: John Barrett, one of convicts transported on the Guildford, 22 March Lancaster Quarter Session: John Barron ** community contributed record ** Limerick. Collection: Surrey Quarter Sessions Description: Presentment by the Grand Jury of the Reigate `Cage', which houses prisoners awaiting trial at Sessions as a common nuisance. Order of the Court referring complaints against Reigate `Cage' to a Committee of Justices.
Quarter Sessions Records: The records of Quarter Sessions are the oldest and main collections of public records belonging to the historic counties of England and Wales. Their existence has led to the creation of county record offices, though this often overlooked by genealogists who use them in their frequent dual role of diocesan record. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE SESSIONS RECORDS. VOLUME V. Easter - Easter PREFACE. The first three volumes of the calendar to the Records of the Quarter Sessions of the County covering the period - were printed and published between the years and
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Surrey Quarter Sessions (QS) The main records of the Court fall into two series: the order books, which survive fromand the Sessions rolls, from The order books are the central record.
details of qs; reference: qs title: surrey quarter sessions: records description: qs1/: appointment of justices and standing orders: qs1/1/: commissions of the peace, ; qs1/2/: justices' oaths books and papers relating to the appointment of justices, ; qs1/3/: lists of justices and county officers, ; qs1/4/: papers relating to the appointment of chairmen and.
Great Britain. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Surrey). Surrey quarter sessions records. Frome, Printed by Butler & Tanner for the Surrey Record Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hilary Jenkinson, Sir; Dorothy L Powell; Great Britain.
Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Surrey); Surrey. Surrey quarter sessions records book Get this from a library. Surrey quarter sessions records. [Hilary Jenkinson, Sir; Dorothy L Powell; Great Britain.
Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Surrey)]. Surrey Quarter Sessions records: order book and sessions rolls, Responsibility presented by the Records and Ancient Monuments Committee.
Discover more about the Surrey Quarter Sessions There Surrey Quarter Sessions records covering a period between and The Quarter sessions were held in Surrey four times a year over a number of days, in rotation at different locations around the county.
The Surrey Quarter Sessions database records Surrey people brought before the justices of the peace of the county for a variety of misdemeanours, minor.
The Surrey History Centre holds the records of the Surrey Quarter Sessions. A summary of the collections can be found on The National Archives Discovery website.
Surrey Quarter Sessions Name Index and Hearings Transcripts available to purchase on CD. Click here for more details. Jenkinson, H.; Powell, D.L. eds., Surrey Quarter Sessions Records. The Order-Book for The Order-Book forand the Sessions Rolls for Easter and Midsummer,Surrey Record.
There Surrey Quarter Sessions records covering a period between and The Quarter sessions were held in Surrey four times a year over a number of days, in rotation at different locations around the county. Sussex Quarter Sessions This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to.
The Order books and Petitions form part of the series of Quarter Sessions' records held at Lancashire Archives.
The Order books record the decisions made at the court. The Petitions were brought to court by those seeking poor relief, settlement, licences for various trades etc). Varneys Press, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, ) has a worthwhile and amusing introduction to Quarter Session records, and Brown speaks about the history of Quarter Sessions with examples from Surrey.
Barlow’s (Passion, Violence and Petty Squabbles: Hampshire Quarter Sessions Family Tree Magazine. For trials that took place between anduse the records of Crime, Prisons and Punishment on (£) to search by name for Home Office calendars (lists) of prisoners tried at assizes and quarter sessions.
The records can provide details of where and when a trial took place. Records of Northallerton Quarter Sessions and York Quarter Sessions including calendars of prisoners.
Nottinghamshire: Card index to transportations recorded in the Nottingham borough Quarter Sessions records Oxfordshire: Calendars of prisoners tried at Oxford Quarter Sessions and Assizes Author: Is Info. Powell, D L (comp). Surrey quarter sessions records order book and session rolls and presented by the Records and Ancient Monuments Committee.
Kingston: Surrey County Council, [ POW] Surrey Record Society. A further 4 million Surrey records online. Over 14 million Surrey Electoral Register entries from to can now be searched online on the family history website For delving back even further into your family history, you will also find million Surrey land tax records South West London Quarter Sessions: records ; Kingston upon Thames Crown Court records () Surrey Quarter Sessions addnl records 18thth cents () HM Coroner for Surrey: inquest papers, July-Decemberand natural deaths papers July-December ().
County Record Offices – Surrey Quarter Session records held at the Surrey History Centre include: Session Rolls,; Session Bundles, – ; Indictments ; Estreat Books; Calendars of Prisoners: Surrey Sessions and Assizes; Land Tax Assessment Books; Registration of the Estates of Roman Catholics.
You can find indictments, witness statements, gaol calendars and minute books in the Quarter Sessions Court records. Search the minute books to find a list of defendants at each session, the verdict and sentence. We hold records that cover convicts tried at English (excluding Middlesex) and Welsh county Quarter Session : Is Info.
Sussex Quarter Sessions: Robert Tricklebank: Robert Tricklebank, one of convicts transported on the Malabar, 18 June Stafford Quarter Sessions: Mark Turner: Mark Turner, one of convicts transported on the Neptune, Scarborough and Surprize, December Surrey Quarter Sessions: Charles Whalan ** community contributed record.Case and Attorney-General's opinion as to whether the Court of Quarter Sessions or the Marquess of Bristol (as Chief Steward of the Liberty) should appoint the Governor of Bury Gaol Surrey Quarter Sessions.
Surrey History Centre. List of County Officers. Includes Officers of County Gaol (to ), and Officers of House of.continued the record keeping practices of the Surrey Sessions.
In it was ordered that whereas ‘All depositions, recognizances, notices, and other documents and things relating to cases triable, or business to be disposed of at Quarter Sessions, and required by Law to be transmitted to Quarter Sessions, or to the Clerk of the Peace.