A list of Convicts under Sentence of Imprisonment in the Gaol and House of Correction for the County of Stafford whose terms will expire within four Months or thereabouts, from the 6th day of December, 1816.

Name: Anthony Chatfield
Crime: Stealing Bacon
When convicted: Lent Assizes 1815
Original and present sentence: Hard labour for two years
When the term of imprisonment expired: March 16th, 1817
Behaviour: Very orderly

Name: Robert Hallows Harvey
Crime: Stealing Wearing apparel
When convicted: Lent Assizes 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour, one year
When the term of imprisonment expired: March 14th, 1817
Behaviour: Orderly

Name: Edward Hastings
Crime: Stealing brushes
When convicted: Easter Sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour one year and publicly whipt. [NB The latter part of his sentence has been executed]
When the term of imprisonment expired: April 25th 1817
Behaviour: Orderly

Name: Richard Wright
Crime: Stealing a Pocket-book and Money
When convicted: Easter Sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour, one year
When the term of imprisonment expired: April 25th 1817
Behaviour: Very orderly

Name: John Timmins
Crime: Stealing two shirts
When convicted: Midsummer sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour six calendar months and passed to his settlement
When the term of imprisonment expired: January 18th 1817
Behaviour: Orderly

Name: William Gillam
Crime: Stealing Iron
When convicted: Michaelmas sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour, three calendar months
When the term of imprisonment expired: January 17th, 1817
Behaviour: Very orderly. - Bad health

Name: Mary Norman
Crime: Stealing wearing apparel
When convicted: Lent Assizes 1815
Original and present sentence: Hard labour two years
When the term of imprisonment expired: March 16th 1817
Behaviour: Orderly

Name: Martha Riley
Crime: Stealing potatoes
When convicted: Epiphany sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour, one year
When the term of imprisonment expired: January 11th, 1817
Behaviour: Orderly - has a young child

Name: Sarah Beddowes
Crime: Stealing wearing apparel
When convicted: Lent Assizes 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour - one year
When the term of imprisonment expired: March 14th 1817
Behaviour: Orderly - has a young child

Name: Mary Lear
Crime: Stealing wearing apparel and other Articles
When convicted: Easter Sessions 1816
Original and present sentence: Hard labour for ten calendar months
When the term of imprisonment expired: February 25th 1817
Behaviour: Orderly

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