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Return Relating To Convicts Discharged From County Gaol Of Tyrone

Transcribed by Margaret Barnes


These are pages 39 and 40 and involve the names of folks in the county Tyrone Gaol The data is from The Parliamentary Papers By Great Britain Parliament.
Session January 31st -July 17 1837

NAME OFFENCE SENTENCE ­DATE OF DISCHARGE AUTHORITY BAIL
Bernard McQuaide Having unregistered arms £5 penalty or 2 months imprisonment 29 July 1835 Written order of Government dated 25 July 1835  
John Brush sen. John Brush jun. William Brush Assault Imprisonment 6 calendar months each and give security to keep the peace, themselves in 10 l. and 2 securities in 5 l. each, and John Brush, sen. to pay Prosecutor 2 l. 10s. and be imprisoned until paid 22 March 1836 Written order of Government, dated 19 Feb. 1836 Bail passed according to sentence
John Love Violent assault To be imprisoned 2 years and kept to hard labour. 8 Mar 1836 written order of Government dated 5 March 1836  
William Gillespie assault to be imprisoned 6 calendar months and give security to keep the peace, himself in 10 l. and 2 sureties in 5 l. each 22 Mar 1836 ditto ditto
Henry Keonan making signals to persons engaged in illicit distillation. imprisoned 3 calendar months or pay 6 l. penalty 18 July 1835 written order of Board of Excise  
Bernard O'Neil illicit distillation ditto 19 Feb 1836 ditto  
Michael Mulgrew selling spirits without license fined 5 l. 27 Jan 1836 ditto  
John Orr selling spirits without license fined 5 l. 20 Feb 1836 ditto  
John McConnell selling spirits without license fined 5 l. 19 Feb 1836 ditto  
William Campbell removing casks that had contained illicit spirits imprisoned 3 calendar months or pay 6 l. penalty 20 Mar 1836 ditto  
James Loughran assault to be imprisoned 6 calendar months, to pay prosecutor 1 l. 10s. or to be further imprisoned til paid and find security to keep the peace, himself in 20l. and 2 sureties in 5l. each. 19 Apr 1836 written order of Government dated 30 Mar 1836  
John McConnell assault to be imprisoned 6 calendar months and kept to hard labour 30 May 1836 written order of Government dated 7 Apr 1836  
David Shields embezzlement transportation for 7 years to be dis- charged in 12 months from 2 Apr 1836 written order of Government dated 8 Apr 1836  
Owen Quin perjury to be imprisoned 12 months and kept to hard labour 24 Apr 1836 written order of Government dated 23 Apr 1836  
Jane Mansfield concealing the birth of her child to be imprisoned 18 months and kept to hard labour 1 July 1836 written order of Government, dated 27 June 1836  
James Coyle forgery to be imprisoned 12 months and kept to hard labour 7 Sep. 1836 written order of Government dated 5 Sept 1836  
John McKenna (a) assault to be imprisoned 6 calendar months 6 Sept. 1836 ditto  
William Lowe (a) riot to be imprisoned 3 calendar months 6 Sept. 1836 ditto  
John Corovan (a) assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months and find security to keep the peace himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10 l. each 6 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated 5 Sept 1836 under rule of bail when discharged no bail passed
William Blair (a) assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months 6 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated Sept 5, 1836  
Charles Morton (a) assault to pay a fine of 3 l. or be imprisoned for 2 months 6 Sept. 1836 ditto  
John Dilworth (a) assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months, 6 Sept 1836 ditto  
Daniel Kane (a) assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months, and find security to keep the peace, himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10 l. each 6 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated 5 Sept 1836 under rule of bail when discharged ditto
George Fenton (a) assault to be imprisoned 4 months and find security to keep the peace, himself in 20 l. and 2 sureties in 10l. each 6 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated 5 Sept 1836 under rule of bail when discharged no bail passed
James Kane (a) assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months and find security to keep the peace, himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10l. each 6 Sept 1836 ditto  
Edward Lowe (a)


Ditto

riot


assault

to be imprisoned 3 calendar months


fined 10 s.

7 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated 5 Sept 1836 ditto  
William Lowe ditto ditto 7 Sept 1836 ditto  
William Kane riot and assault to be imprisoned 9 calendar months, kept to hard labour alternate months and find security to keep the peace, himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10 l. each 10 Sept 1836 written order of Government dated 9 Sept 1836 under rule of bail when discharged ditto
Michael Kane ditto to be imprisoned 6 calendar months kept to hard labour alternate months and find security to keep the peace himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10l. each 10 Sept 1836 ditto ditto
Charles McAnally assault to be imprisoned 3 calendar months and find security to keep the peace, himself in 30 l. and 2 sureties in 10l. each 10 Sept 1836 ditto ditto
Henry Cordner riot and assault to be imprisoned 9 calendar months, kept to hard labour and find security to keep the peace himself in 30l. and 2 sureties in 10l. each 10 Sept 1836 ditto ditto
William Harvey violent assault to be imprisoned 18 months and kept to hard labour 28 Sept. 1836 written order of Government dated 26 Sept 1836 under rule of bail when discharged  
Patrick McMullan perjury to be imprisoned 2 months and be transported for 7 years 8 Oct 1836 written order of Government dated 7 Oct 1836  
William Clyde riot to be imprisoned 2 years and kept to hard labour 14 Nov 1836 written order of Government dated 12 Oct 1836  
Owen McCaffrey manslaughter to be imprisoned 1 year and kept to hard labour 1 Nov 1836 written order of Government dated 26 Oct 1836  
Edward Harran violent assault to be imprisoned 1 year, kept to hard labour and find security to keep the peace himself in 20 l. and 2 sureties in 10 l. each 15 Nov 1836 written order of Government dated 14 Nov 1836; under rule of bail when discharged ditto
James McGuirk neglecting to appear and give evidence in a case of illicit distillation fined 12 l. 20 apr 1836 written order of Excise Board  
William McAnulty having illicit spirits fined 50 l. 4 Sept 1836 ditto  
Hannah McCrossan selling spirits without licence fined 12 l. 10s. 10 Sept 1836 ditto  
William Gillespie same offence fined 10 l. 1 s. 6 d. 26 Feb 1837 ditto  
Hugh Quinn breach of Excise Laws fined 5 l. 15 Feb 1837 ditto  


a) Recommended by Local Inspector and Governor of Gaol; conduct very good.