Author Topic: Frederick Goudy, bigamist, or not?  (Read 2311 times)

Offline kd

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Re: Frederick Goudy, bigamist, or not?
« Reply #18 on: Monday 25 February 19 20:45 GMT (UK) »
Newspaper Reports

The Ipswich Journal October 19 1872
Alfred Bryant Goudy 23 , tailor, was indicted for having on 9th of September, feloniously stolen five yards of cloth, and one yard of quilting , the property of Mr Charles Godball, his late employer. The prisoner was further charged with stealing on 29th July last, three hens and 26 chickens, the property of John  Chevallier Cobbold Esq. The prisoner stood further indicted for stealing one hen and three chickens, the property of  Mr Wm. Turner.
Mr Simms Reeve appeared for the prosecution the prisoner was undefended.
The prosecuter gave the prisoner an excellent character when he was employed by him.
The cases were not gone into because the prisoner pleaded guilty to two of the three charges against him, and was s entenced to 6 months imprisonment with hard labour.


Reading Mercury February 4, 1888
Reading Borough Magistrates Office
Monday Jan 30
Indecent Behaviour
Frederick Goudy, a respectably dressed gentleman, and Mary Wells an unfortunate, were charged with infringing the by laws of the town by indecent conduct in the Forbury Road  on Saturday night P.c Harry James proved the case, and the male defendant was sent to prison for 7 days hard labour, and the female 14 days hard labour.

 
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Re: Frederick Goudy, bigamist, or not?
« Reply #19 on: Monday 25 February 19 20:51 GMT (UK) »
Thanks kd. Now which one was which.
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  WILSON;-Wiltshire.
 SOUL;-Gloucestershire.
 SANSUM;-Berkshire-Wiltshire
 BASSON-BASTON;- Berkshire,- Oxfordshire.
 BRIDGES;- Wiltshire.
 DOWDESWELL;-Wiltshire,Gloucestershire
 JORDAN;- Berkshire.
 COX;- Berkshire.
 GOUDY;- Suffolk.
 CHATFIELD;-Sussex-- London
 MORGAN;-Blaenavon-Abersychan
 FISHER;- Berkshire.
 BLOMFIELD-BLOOMFIELD-BLUMFIELD;-Suffolk.
DOVE. Essex-London
YOUNG-Berkshire
ARDEN.
PINEGAR-COLLIER-HUGHES-JEFFERIES-HUNT-MOSS-FRY

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Re: Frederick Goudy, bigamist, or not?
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 26 February 19 09:22 GMT (UK) »
You have probably already clocked this but both Frederick and Alfred have the diminutive 'Fred' so probably fairly easy to interchange the names.

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