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Joseph Rolfe
03 August 1892
Newbury
Unconsecrated Common Internment
Reverend C Mathews
 
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Joseph Rolfe
Article source:    Reading Mercury
Date of source:    19 October 1850
Copyright:    © Reading Mercury

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JOSEPH ROLFE

Joseph Rolfe, 23, charged with having committed an assault, with intent, etc., on Jane Baker, at Greenham, on the 20th July.  The prisoner had been arraigned on the previous day, and pleaded not guilty, but Mr. Williams, who had been engaged on his behalf, stated that he wished to withdraw it and plead guilty to the minor charge of a common assault.  Mr. Carrington, who appeared for the prosecution, said that they were not desirous to press the superior charge, and the arrangement was accordingly assented to, the Court passing sentence of six months’ imprisonment, and to pay a fine of £5 before he was discharged.

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Joseph Rolfe
Article source:    Berkshire Chronicle
Date of source:    26 January 1878
Copyright:    © Berkshire Chronicle

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JOSEPH ROLFE

UNWHOLESOME FISH -  Joseph Rolfe, fishmonger, Bartholomew Street, was charged with offering for sale a quantity of sprats, in the market, which were unfit for human food,  Mr. Benjamin Sargeant, Inspector of Nuisances for the borough, proved that the fish were unfit for sale, and his subsequent seizure of them.  P.C. Tegg also gave evidence.  The Bench convicted the defendant in the penalty and costs of £1.

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Joseph Rolfe
Article source:    Reading Mercury
Date of source:    02 February 1889
Copyright:    © Reading Mercury

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JOSEPH ROLFE

ILLEGAL GAME DEALING – Joseph Rolfe, game dealer, of Bartholomew-street, was charged with buying four pheasants from John May, a person not authorised to deal in game.

Evidence was given by May (who is one of the persons accused in connection with the Enbourn poaching case) to the effect that he sold four pheasants to Mrs. Rolfe for 8s.  Defendant said he was ill in bed, and knew nothing of the transaction.

The Bench, however, said he was responsible for his wife’s action, and fined him £2 10s., including costs, and his game license to be forfeited.

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Joseph Rolfe
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    04 August 1892
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

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 JOSEPH ROLFE

ROLFE – July 31, at Bartholomew-street, Newbury, Joseph Rolfe, of cancer, aged 66.

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