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« Reply #27 on: Sunday 26 May 19 21:02 BST (UK) »
Hi Sky

 That is a sad record of John Wiltshire R.I.P.  may he rest in eternal peace

Saturday 28 April 1894
  Leicester Chronicle
  Leicestershire

Cruelty to a Horse — John Wiltshire, hawker, of no fixed residence, was charged with cruelly ill- treating a horse by working it whilst in an unfit state. Wiltshire said he would be returning with the Horse to Derby


 Tuesday 24 January 1905
  Leeds Mercury
  Yorkshire 


BREAKING UP THE HAPPY HOME.

Three hawkers, named Ambrose Burnside, Benjamin Burnside, and Jack Wiltshire, were summond by Mrs. Kate bottomley of Kirkgate, at the Huddersfield Borough Court yesterday, for doing malicions damage; It was stated that on the 17th the defendants went to the complainant house, but were not admitted. After Threatening to break up the happy home they threw stones through the windows, damaging pots, vases, a table, and breaking a paraffin lamp, which set fire to the blinds. The magistrates dismissed the case against Ambrose Burnside, and ordered the other two defendants to pay 28s. each. Willshire was also fined 19s  including costs, for having assaulted Mrs. Bottomley

Gipsies Roll of Honour
 World War One
    28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918.
 
Thomas Cunningham
Mathew Cunningham
John Jack Cunningham VC
Ambrose Bacon
Charles Bacon
Samuel Brazil   
Sidney Harris MM
Abraham Keat 
David Keet 
Benjamin Lee
Abraham Ripley
Abraham Ripley 
Alfred Riley Scamp
Samuel Scamp
Riley Scamp
Silvester Gordon Boswell
John Cole
William Smith
Alfred Scamp   East Kent Regiment   L/8117   Pte   
Charles Scamp   East Kent Regiment   2960   Pte   
Gilderoy Scamp   East Kent Regiment   204082   
Solomon Scamp   East Kent Regiment   SR/10386   
W R Scamp   East Kent Regiment   204080   Pte
Henry Deacon
John Wiltshire - Northumberland Fusiliers 3/10068-Rank-Private
Birth April 1879  Alverthorpe, Yorkshire,  Death 2 April 1917•Flanders-France
 

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« Reply #28 on: Sunday 26 May 19 21:22 BST (UK) »
These records below are for the Deacons, i know i may have some wrong but i am trying to help you, use my findings to go back, consult with people who know of the census records and match the names and locations of which i show you, some may be your people leading you to Henry Deacon on the Roll of Honour 



 I have left the full name out on this record below becourse of the close dateline, everything below extracts go to the web site the Newspaer Archives and sign up, there you will find much more

Thursday 05 February 1981
 Reading Evening Post
 Berkshire

 a lifetime on the road all Mr Deacon wants right now is an address somewhere for the postman to call. He was born into a caravan, and if fate followed his family tree be would have died in one too. But  Deacon is a gipsy who is about to opt into the
   
Thursday 06 May 1920
  Portsmouth Evening News
  Hampshire 

 Alfred  Deacon, Rutland-street, marine-store dealer. admitted, purchasing it from an unknown  man, together with two old bicycle tyres, for £1 10s., and reselling it to another marine-store dealer for £5. He said he did not remember much 

Wednesday 12 May 1920
  Portsmouth Evening News
  Hampshire 


STORY OF LOST MAGNETO.—Remanded from last week,  Alfred  Deacon, marine-store dealer, of 6, Rutland-street, St. James’s-road, Southsea, made a further appearance in answer to a charge of stealing a Magneto


  Saturday 24 May 1919
  Isle of Wight Observer
 Isle of Wight 

And valued at £3, and the others were scrap valued at 4s. each. Lily Deacon, marine store dealer of Caroel-lane, Cowes, said she purchased the tyres, two at a time, from the prisoner on the mornings of the 9th 
 
 Friday 02 June 1916
  Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin review; and Forfar and Kincardineshire advertiser
   Angus Scotland

Benjamin Deacon, dealer, of Farncombe, was fined £lO at Guildford for receiving military horseshoes from a soldier at Witley Camp

 
     
Wednesday 14 April 1915
 Oxfordshire Weekly News
  Oxfordshire 

The burial took place on Saturday of Mrs. Elisabeth Deacon. the oldest inhabitant of Croydon, who had reached her 103rd year. She enjoyed the use of all her faculties 

Friday 16 April 1915
 Norwood News
  London 


IN NORWOOD ALWAYS TO REMAIN
  LOCAL CENTENARIAN'S FUNERAL  on Saturday at Croydon. was Mrs. Elisabeth Deacon centeruirian, who would have been 103 next August. She had lived at at The Broadway. Thornton Heath, for many years….And three daughters. five of whom still remain in the district. The chief mourners included sisters Mrs. susannah Smith and Mrs. Priscilla Bowers 


Tuesday 10 March 1914
 Portsmouth Evening News
   Hampshire

February coil of wire, missed from the shed.—  Nellie Deacon, wife of Alfred Deacon, marine-store dealer,  stated that she brought the coil of wire to the shop on the afternoon of February 23


Saturday 09 March 1912
  Surrey Advertiser
  Surrey 

THE GIPSY NUISANCE. At Epsom Police Court on Monday, before Sir W. Vincent and other magistrates, Albert Stanley, Venus and Leonard Deacons, of Brighton, and Henry Jones, Croydon, gipsys, were charged 
 
Saturday 18 November 1911
 Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire

GAME TRESPASS, Walter Deacon, a travelling hawker, was summoned for game trespass, at Weston Turville, on Nov. 8. Defendant did not appear


Wednesday 26 October 1910
  Portsmouth Evening News
  Hampshire 

Annie Deacon, hawker, admitted to acting as a pedlar without a licence

  Saturday 06 July 1907
 Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 


 THEFT OF COPPER WIRE. Henry Deacon, 27, fish hawker, and Thomas Brown, alias Collins, 22, coster, were indicted for feloniously stealing 184 lbs. of copper wire, on March last 

 Saturday 16 November 1907
 Cheltenham Chronicle
  Gloucestershire 
 
Henry Deacon, a travelling hawker, who did not appear, was summoned for ecamping on the village green Quenington on November 5, and doing damage 
 
  Friday 17 February 1905
 South Bucks Standard
  Buckinghamshire 


 to a man named Deacon, of Hemel Hempstead. added that he did not steal the trough, Mr. East helped him put it in his cart. Witness took the defendant to Mr. East, who denied that he sold him the trough.—George Joseph Deacon, marine store dealer. Hempstead, said 

 

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 Saturday 17 January 1903
  Gloucester Journal
  Gloucestershire 

Joseph Ryles, travelling hawker, was summoned for assaulting Henry Deacon, another hawker     
     
Published: Saturday 10 January 1903
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Echo
County: Gloucestershire 

Joseph Ryles, gipsy, was summoned by Henry Deacon, another gipsy, for assault on January 4th. It appeared that defendant and complainant (for whom Mr. Frank Treasure appeared) were encamped and that he knocked Deacon down and knocked him about 

Friday 03 July 1903
  West Surrey Times
  Surrey 

Samuel and Job Johnson, William and Frank Deacon, gipsy boys, were charged with having a quantity of broken glass 
 

Saturday 14 November 1903
  Surrey Advertiser
  Surrey 

Benjamin Deacon, dealer  was summoned for neglecting to provide reason for no  maintenance for Harriet Jane Deacon. his wife, and Lily Deacon, his child. 11 years of age
 

Saturday 20 January 1900
 Oxford Journal
  Oxfordshire 
 
Henry Deacon, hawker, of Kingston-on-Thames, was summoned for allowing two horses to stray at Stamford, on the 7th September

  Saturday 20 January 1900
  Reading Mercury
  Berkshire 

FARINGDON PETTY SESSIONS.   Tuesday. (Present: Col. Edwards and G. W. Habgood, Esq.) Henry Deacon, a travelling hawker, was summoned for allowing his horse to stray on the road Stanford. As defendant did not appear, a warrant was issued 
 
 
 

  Saturday 13 June 1896
  Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
  Gloucestershire 

 Joseph Deacon, dealer, was charged with attempting to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a razor, at Lechdade, on the 12th 


Saturday 25 July 1896
 Berkshire Chronicle
  Berkshire 

Straying the Highway. Henry Deacon, a licensed hawker, was summoned for allowing two horses stray on the Langborongh-road on June defendant did not appear


Saturday 03 October 1896
  Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser
  Wiltshire

 Horses Astray on the Highway — Henry Deacon, of the gipsy fraternity, was summoned for allowing two horses to stray on the Frome Road, in the parish of Wingfield, on the early morning 

Saturday 08 June 1895
  West Somerset Free Press
  Somerset 

Charles Deacon, hawker, London, was charged with having stolen the sum of 3d. from Henry Collard by means of a trick or fraud in North-street 

Saturday 06 July 1895
 Cheltenham Chronicle
  Gloucestershire

to pay the costs for allowing two horses to stray on the highway at Chedworth on the 27th June last, and Henry Deacon, of Kingston-on-Thames, hawker, for a similar offence at Compton Abdale on the 26th June, was fined 5s and ordered to pay the costs


Saturday 06 April 1895
 Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser
  Wiltshire

Horses Astray.— Henry Deacon, a hawker, for allowing horses stray the highway at Corsham, on March 28, and also on March 30, was fined £1 inclusive for each 

Saturday 16 November 1895
 Berkshire Chronicle
  Berkshire 

 Horses Straying.— Richard Deacon, travelling hawker, was summoned for allowing two horses to stray Church-road, Sandhurst, on Saturday, Nov. 2. P.C. Everard proved the case

Saturday 10 February 1894
 Totnes Weekly Times
  Devon 

 A GIPSY SUMMONED. —HE DOES NOT APPEAR. Henry Deacon, a gipsy, who did not appear, was charged with obstructing the highway at Coffinswell on the 2nd of


Saturday 10 February 1894
  East & South Devon Advertiser
  Devon     

 CONTEMPT OF COURT. Henry Deacon, travelling hawker, who did not appear, was charged with allowing three horses to stray on the highway on the 2nd inst, and also with obstructing the highway. P C. Webber proved to finding three horses belonging to defendant 


Friday 09 February 1894
 Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
  Devon 

At the Newton Police-court Henry Deacon, travelling hawker, who did not appear, was summoned for allowing three horses stray in the parish of Kingskerswell

Wednesday 09 August 1893
 Worthing Gazette
  Sussex 

 At the Petworth Petty heesions on Saturday Charles Deacon. a hawker living in Worthing was sentenced to two months' hard labour for cruelly ill-treating a pony   
 

 


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Friday 29 April 1892
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 
 
 A STRAY HORSE. Henry Deacon, hawker, for allowing horse to stray on the highway at Silverhill, was fined 13s. including costs


Saturday 30 April 1892
  Hastings and St Leonards Observer
  Sussex 

A STRAY HORSE. Harry Deacon, a hawker, was summoned for allowing a horse to stray in Sadlescomb-road, Silverhill.—P.C. Farminger found the horse straying outside 

Saturday 30 April 1892
 Croydon Chronicle and East Surrey Advertiser
  London 

Thomas Deacon, hawker, of Mitcham, was charged with cruelly ill-tresting a pony, by keeping it on Mitcham Common without sufficient food


Saturday 15 October 1892
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 

Horses-straying, Henry Deacon, a travelling gipsy, was summoned for allowing a horse to stray at Henfield on the 26th ult.— P.C. Strudwick found the defendant’s horse half mile from the caravan.—Defendant was fined 2s. 6d. andfis.6d. costs

 
Saturday 13 September 1890
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 

STRAYING HORSES. John Deacon, travelling gipsy, pleaded guilty the charge made P.C. Doggett of allowing his three horses to stray on the highway—about 100 yards

  Friday 24 October 1890
 Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 

CHARGE OF HORSE STEALING, John Bowley, dealer, was charged with stealing a horse, belonging to Edward Deacon, horse dealer, at Worthing.—Mr. Haven was for the prosecution, Mr Hodgson being for the defence. The prisoner on Whit-Monday borrowed a pony belonging
 
 

Thursday 18 April 1889
 Isle of Wight Times
  Isle of Wight

 William Gates, father of the deceased, stated that deceased had been working for Mr. George Deacon, marine store dealer, of Hemel Hempstead, and it was a part of his duty to attend to the horses

Wednesday 10 April 1889
 Eastbourne Gazette
  Sussex 

 Mary Ann Deacon, gipsy, who did not appear, in her absence convicted of being drunk and dissorderly  at Chiddingly
 

 Tuesday 25 June 1889
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 

DRUNKENNESS. Elizabeth Coleman, alias Deacon, hawker, Brighton, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Lismore road on June 18th.—P.S. Plumb said defendant was very drunk, and was disorderly beating her husband in the street. She was so violent 


 Saturday 17 August 1889
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 


DRUNK WHILST IN CHARGE OF A HORSE AND CART.—On Thursday, before George Whitfeld and F. B. Whitfeld, Esqrs., James Deacon, flower hawker, was fined 10s. and costs, or seven days’ hard labour, for being drunk whilst in charge of horse and cart Newhaven 

Tuesday 22 October 1889
  Surrey Gazette
  Sussex
 
Thomas Deacon, a hawker, who did not appear, was summoned for allowing his horse to stray 

   
Saturday 17 September 1887
  Bristol Mercury
  Bristol 

Henry Deacon, a gipsy, who did not appear, was fined 8s 6d, including costs., for allowing a horse to stray on the highway, Long Ashton


Friday 13 June 1884
  Western Gazette
  Somerset 
  Henry Deacon, a travelling hawker; Henry Turner, and Job Sainsbury, were all summoned for allowing their horses to stray on the highway at Standerwick 
 
Saturday 19 July 1884
  Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 

Cruelty to a Mare.—Henry Deacon, a gipsy, was charged with working mare while in unfit state. He was fined 10s. and 10s. costs ; in default, 11 days’ imprisonment 

Saturday 19 July 1884
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire

 CRUELTY TO A MARE. — Henry Deacon, gipsy, was charged by Police-constable Jacobs with working a mare while in an unfit state. The animal was drawing a van at Bentley 

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  Saturday 24 March 1883
  Portsmouth Evening News
  Hampshire

Henry Deacon, a hawker, was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and van in Commercial-road on Thursday.—Constable Cornwall proved the case


Saturday 04 August 1883
  Reading Mercury
  Berkshire 


Drunkenness. George Deacon, dealer, and Emmer Green, pleaded guilty to being drunk while in charge of a horse and cart at Caversham, on July 16th., and was fined


Saturday 04 August 1883
  Reading Observer
  Berkshire 

 AN INEBRIATED DRIVER.--George Deacon, dealer, of Emmer Green, pleaded guilty to being drunk while in charge of a horse and cart,  on 16th July


Saturday 11 March 1882
 Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 

Abraham Hughes, gipsy, who did not appear, was summoned for allowing two horses to stray on the highway at Privett, fined for each horse and costs —Betsy Deacon, another gipsy, who also failed to put in appearance, was 
 

Saturday 19 February 1881
  Surrey Mirror
  surry
   
The defendant ran into the cart of one of the witnesses, Benjamin Deacon, a dealer, and damaged the cart and harness 


 Saturday 12 November 1881
 Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire 

At the Elephant and Castle Hotel, Linslade, by Mr. J. Parrott, coroner, on Friday afternoon, on the body of George Deacon, marine store dealer, of Leighton Buzzard, aged about forty-five years, who on the previous Wednesday evening was killed at the Leighton 

Friday 11 November 1881
 Bicester Herald
  Oxfordshire 
 
Deaths
Mr. George Deacon, marine store dealer, Leighton Buzzard. November 2, at West Haddon, aged 74

Saturday 17 April 1880
  Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire 

John Deacon, marine store dealer, was summoned show cause' why he should not contribute towards the support of his daughter, Letitia Standbridge

Wednesday 09 April 1879
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

 Francis Hughes, hawker, charged by the police with being drunk when in charge of a horse and cart on Saturday, in High-street, and Ernest Deacon, hawker, charged with being drunk on Saturday and refusing to move 

 Saturday 11 October 1879
  Surrey Advertiser
  Surrey 

WALTON. ALLOWING A HORES TO STRAY. At the Kingston County Bench on Thursday, John Deacon, gipsy, was summoned for allowing a horse to stray at Cobham, on the 16th  —Fined 20s, including costs 

Saturday 23 February 1878
  Reading Mercury
  Berkshire 
 
  Wednesday 31 July 1878
 Hampshire Telegraph
  Hampshire 

Alfred Deacon, hawker, was summoned for allowing a loaded van to remain all night in the public highway

Death
 
Deacon.—On the 15th inst., at Littlewick, near Maidenhaad, Mr. Thomas Deacon, horse dealer, in his 83rd year
 
 
Wednesday 16 October 1878
  Oxfordshire Telegraph
  Oxfordshire 

     Deacon, marine store dealer, Leighton Buzzard, brought up in custody, charged with having stolen from the premises of the London and North-Western Railway

 

Saturday 12 October 1878
  Hampshire Telegraph
  Hampshire 

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE
Federick Deacon, a gipsy, was brought up in custody charged with we assaulting a lad named Edward Cook, with intent to rob   
 
Saturday 07 February 1874
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 


. A Drunken Gipsy. — John Deacon, a gipsy, was convicted of being drunk and disorderly in Albert-road, Southsea, on the previous afternoon


Thursday 07 May 1874
  North Devon Journal
  Devon 

Alfred Deacon, a travelling hawker, was charged with encamping on the side of the highway,on the 27th April 
 

 
Saturday 17 August 1872
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

 Ventnor Petty Sessions, Wednesday.—Magistrate in attendance : Dr. Leeson. Stealing Brushes, &c.,from a Van. — Thomas Clapham, Thomas Murray, and Charles Smith, three men who have been hawking ferns for some days in the neighbourhood of Ventnor, were charged
 
Wednesday 21 August 1872
  Hampshire Telegraph
  Hampshire 

Thomas Murray, Charles Smith, and Thomas Clapham, all poorly-clothed and miserable-looking young men, strangers in the Island, were brought up and charged with stealing from a clothes line, a scrubbing brush, and a hair broom, at Ventnor, from Elizabeth Deacon, of Barton's Village 
 

Wednesday 21 August 1872
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 
 
 And Thomas Clapham, tramps, were charged with stealing, at Ventnor, some brushes, from the van of Elisabeth Deacon, of Bartons Village, hawker, on the night of the 13th instant. There was a doubt as to their guilt, and they were discharged

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Thursday 01 December 1864
  Brighton Gazette
  Sussex 


Thomas Clapham, 16, a young urchin, who said he was a brickmaker, down from London, in search of work, was charged with begging in East ...
 

  Thursday 04 May 1865
  Brighton Gazette
  Sussex 

Thomas Clapham, 16, rough-looking but a sharp lad, was charged with begging in Chichester Place
 
 Saturday 29 August 1874
 Hastings and St Leonards Observer
  Sussex 

Thomas Clapham, hawker, stated that on the previous day he was walking with the previous witness, deceased, and two other

 Saturday 19 February 1870
 Portsmouth Times and Naval Gazette
  Hampshire 

Charge of Assault preferred by John Deacon, a hawker, against John, Samuel, and James Stanley, and John and James Stanley, the younger, and which was alleged to have been 


Saturday 16 May 1868
  Kentish Mercury
  London 

Walter Deacon, general dealer, Kidney-street ,was summoned for having three light weights, and was fined Is.  And costs

Wednesday 20 March 1867
 Isle of Wight Times
  Isle of Wight 

before B. F. Blake, Req., deputy coroner, on the body of an infant child, named Sarah Deacon, the daughter of Maria Deacon, a hawker   


Saturday 13 April 1867
  Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire 

he came from Kennington, London, was charged with stealing a bag of rags and bones from the premises of George Deacon, marine store dealer North End, on the 8th inst. The prisoner was' traced to the shop of Mr. Brandom, where he had sold the stolen goods 
 
Saturday 03 February 1866
 Isle of Wight Observer
  Isle of Wight

COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS
A pair of boots, about £6 in money, and a monkey jacket, the property of William Deacon, hawker, of Barton Village near Newport.—William Deacon said he was a  licensed hawker and resided at Barton's Village. He was at Freshwater on the 7th December


Saturday 10 March 1866
  Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire

  Wm. Deacon, licensed hawker, said he slept at the lodging House

Tuesday 11 December 1866
 Chichester Express and West Sussex Journal
  Sussex   

  Stray Horses.—John Deacon, hawker, with suffering two horses to stray on the public  highway   

 Saturday 02 May 1863
  Isle of Wight Observer
  Isle of Wight 

John Deacon, hawker, residing at Brading. was charged by P.C. Knight with allowing his horse to stray and feed by the wayside, and was fined 

 Saturday 30 May 1863
  Isle of Wight Observer
  Isle of Wight 

John Deacon, a hawker, was charged by P.C. Knight with being drunk and disorderly on Sunday morning, the 17th instant, Brading. Fined 5s

 Tuesday 08 September 1863
 Horsham, Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning Express
  Sussex 

ALFRED DEACON,  hawker, was charged with lighting a fire within 50 feet of the centre of a high road 

Thursday 13 November 1862
 Brighton Gazette
  Sussex

Thomas Deacon, a dealer in coals, in Edward Street, was summoned by Mr Duly, Inspector of Weights and Measures, for having in his possession, a pair of scales, which wore 7lbs. against the purchaser, also a 141b. weight 4oz. short
 

Saturday 23 November 1861
 Isle of Wight Observer
  Isle of Wight 


John Deacon, dealer in marine-stores and licensed hawker, stated that he lived at Brading. He knew the prisoner. He saw him at Sandown fort about 


Saturday 30 November 1861
  Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire 
 
Thos. Brandon, straw dealer, of Eaton Bray, was charged with maliciously wounding George Deacon, rag dealer, of the same place, on the 26th of October last. Remanded 

Saturday 14 December 1861
  Isle of Wight Observer
  Isle of Wight 

in the premises was a rack containing a number of house bells. Three of these bells were sold by the prisoner to Mr. Deacon, marine store dealer. The theft was fully proved, and it was also stated that the bells were old, and out of use. His Lordship characterised 
 

Tuesday 10 January 1860
  Bedfordshire Times and Independent
  Bedfordshire 

DEATHS
  On the 5th Jan., the daughter Mr. Deacon, dealer in marine stores, Leighton Buzzard, aged 18 years

 
Saturday 23 June 1860
 Bucks Herald
  Buckinghamshire 

Mr. Deacon, a marine-store dealer, who at once said he had bought it of Clark. Clark was then apprehended, and said he bought the lead of a stranger 

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Saturday 20 February 1858
  Bury Free Press
  Suffolk 


 George Deacon, hawker of gold fish, was charged with assaulting the landlord of the One Bull Inn, Angel Hill, on Wednesday night
 

Tuesday 29 February 1848
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 

 Richard Deacon, labourer, 20, pleaded guilty stealing, on the 27th Dec. 1 st, at Battle . , 21bs. weight of honey-comb and 81bs. of honey, of the value of 8s , the property of William Gibbs.—Four calendar months' hard labour
 

Saturday 17 November 1855
  Bucks Chronicle and Bucks Gazette
  Buckinghamshire 

LEIGHTON BUZZARD
  Elisabeth Deacon, the wife of John Deacon, marine store-dealer, of Leighton, slated that on the 29th of October, about eleven o'clock in the morning 

 Tuesday 29 July 1851
  South Eastern Gazette
  Kent 

 robbery was committed at the Dog public-house, on Tuesday, the 22nd inst. A silk gown was abstracted from the bundle of Mrs. Deacon, hawker of silk, while staying for the night at the above house


 Saturday 03 March 1849
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 


At the Audit-House, on Thursday, before the Mayor and other magistrates, Martha Smith, Margaret Bence, and Sarah Deacon. all notorious characters, were charged with robbing Henry White 


Saturday 14 April 1849
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

Sarah Deacon, aged  28 Indicted
 
 Saturday 14 April 1849
  Hampshire Telegraph
  Hampshire 


having feloniously stolen seven half crowns and one five shillings,  Margaret Bence, Martha Smith, Sarah Deacon, and Benjamin Sweetingham, charged with having feloniously stolen five sovereigns and divers and other articles


  Saturday 14 April 1849
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire

 SOUTHAMPTON EASTER SESSIONS
Not Guilty, Bence Guilty, Smith Not Guilty, Deacon Guilty. Two previous convictions against Sarah Deacon were proved, and she was sentenced to seven years' transportation ; Bence to six month.' imprisonment. Deacon: Thank you : I will stay there till  I die
 

Saturday 29 July 1848
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

Frank Clark, Mary Williams, and Sarah Deacon, were brought up by P.C. Hayward, having been apprehended by him early on that morning, suspecting them to be loitering about with Intent to commit a felony


Saturday 30 October 1847
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

THE OLD TRICK. Sarah Deacon aged 28,  was indicted for stealing, on the 18th of October, a silver watch and chain

Friday 03 December 1847
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 
 
Charles Bell, Debden, and Ann Taylor and Martha Mole, of the same place, were charged with stealing and cutting underwood, the property of Sir Francis Vincent, Bart, of Debden-hall on the 2nd and 17th inst.; the former was  dismissed, but the women were fined 3d. each, and expenses 3s. to paid in a fortnight
 

Saturday 21 February 1846
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

WEDNESDAY.- (Before the Mayor and P. C. Fall, esqr.) Smuggling. — Samuel Deacon, a sailor belonging to the crew of the Queen, steamer, lately from Gibraltar, was charged with smuggling 12£lbs of tobacco 


Tuesday 24 March 1846
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 
 
 George Deacon, 14, labourer, was charged with stealing, at Buxted, on the March instant, a bag containing various articles of food, valued 4d

    Monday 07 February 1842
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 

William Deacon was charged with stealing a quantity of potatoes and a hag 
 
 
 Saturday 18 June 1842
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire

Three gipsies, named Joseph and Martha Mole and Sarah Deacon, was charged on Tuesday by R.P.C. Hall, with being found In a cart house belonging to Mr. Muligan, of Blackland Farm. On their promising to leave the Island they were discharged

 
Tuesday 04 October 1842
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex

 Thomas Deacon, countryman, was sentenced to a fortnights' hard labour, for stealing potatoes from a field near the race course, in the occupation Mr. Head

  Thursday 02 March 1837
  Brighton Gazette
  Sussex

William Deacon was indicted for stealing at Chiddingly, four fowls, the property of Stephen Collins

 

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Re: World War One. Gipsy Roll of Honour.
« Reply #34 on: Sunday 26 May 19 21:30 BST (UK) »
Monday 08 June 1835
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 

 Brighton, in Sussex, July, 1832, and transported for 7 years; Mackintosh, transported for life from Edinburgh, July, 1831 ; John Deacon tried at Dorset in July, 1830, for sheep-stealing and transported for life; William transported from London in 1830, for 7 
 
Monday 19 March 1827
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

 Martha Smith, for stealing some artiicles of apparel on the 20lh of July, was convicted, and sentenced to seven years transportation
 

Monday 11 December 1826
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire

Edward Deacon, for stealing pair Uniforms the property his Master, Lieut. Water Griffith Lloyed, R, N. 

 
  Monday 11 January 1819
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex

James Deacon, charged with stealing in the  parish of Rotherfield, a quantity of cord wood, the property of Samuel Wickers
 
  Monday 25 January 1819
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 

  Deacon, for a similar offence, from the parish field, Guilty. — Re-committed Fourteen Days each, and a Private Whipping


 Monday 16 August 1819
  Sussex Advertiser
  Sussex 

 an elderly man named Deacon, had a complaint against a young man named Ravenscroft for assault. It appeared that the latter had called the complainant a rogue, who retaliated calling: the other a thief, and got his nose pulled for his pains. complaint was dismissed

 
 Monday 23 March 1812
  Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 


ASSIZES. The case which excited the greatest public attention at the Wilts Assizes, was that Deacon, (committed with Elizabeth Deacon), on charge of stealing a parcel from the old Taunton coach, containing notes of the Yeovil and Wincanton Bank

 
This below is how they used to spell in the old english, this is the first and last time I will write the way they did, after about this time the witings of the letters changed, I do not know why or what is any thing about, as regarding the knowledge of such things, if anyone could say I would welcome your words

 Monday 06 December 1802
 Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 

Martha Smith was -capitally convicted for feloniouflv uttering a piece of counterfeit coin made in the likenefs of a fhilling

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Re: World War One. Gipsy Roll of Honour.
« Reply #35 on: Sunday 04 August 19 20:00 BST (UK) »

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This will be my last words of now about the Bacons, i have tryed my best to speak for them over the yeares, you may read my words if you take the time to read over my old posts, i will not go on and just talk the talk, this thread is about bringing the Great names of the Gipsy Families to the front and centre, no cold stone talks, no one is bothered about a stone, in fact only Family and people of interest in a certain day in a certain subject are true to that chalice, forbiden fruit, the rest just idle walk on byes, thats just the truth of it, i will put up my own findings and hope in the future and true know someone will come and speak the truth, help the Dead, i will not go over what i have already said many times but wish for someone to say does the Bacons who fought and died in the first world war have Gipsy ancestry, i think they have, Ambrose died in the war as you know from my reading, through my research the Bacons are from Selston the place of Dan Boswell, they have not been talked of much only a down graded talk, yet they fought and died for English men and woman to live in this time, now they may come from the South as my research shows, they may be local Selston people as my research shows, they may well have bred into Gipsy Familys from the North or South as my research shows, or maybe like the so called writers say they are only so called and not nothing at all to do with Gipsies, so for every proud born English person i ask of you if you are a family or not to look over these few words to come and make a judgment, only family members and connoisseurs will no doutb have an interest, i hope others who are blind close there eyes to the profits that lead and have fooled you 
 
 family...........a group consisting of two parents and their children living together as a unit.
a group of people related by blood or marriage.

synonyms:   relatives, relations, blood relations, family members, kin, next of kin, kinsfolk, kinsmen, kinswomen, kindred, one's (own) flesh and blood, connections;
synonyms:ancestry, parentage, birth, pedigree, genealogy, background, family tree, descent, lineage, line, line of descent, bloodline, blood, extraction, derivation, race, strain, stock, breed; 
a group of peoples from a common stock.
a group of related things.
"all manuscripts that share this reading constitute a family"
connoisseur 
noun
a person with special knowledge or appreciation of a field, esp in the arts
 Derived forms
connoisseurship (ˌconnoisˈseurship)
 noun
Word origin of 'connoisseur'
  from French, from Old French conoiseor, from connoistre to know, from Latin cognōscere
 noun
a person who has expert knowledge and keen discrimination in some field, esp. in the fine arts or in matters of taste
 
so next i will show some evidence and hope that someone who loves this land and peoples will speak up not for them but for the truth of them, let the light of the truth see this days end and the Dead shall sleep in eternal rest, i will show you records of the South, records of the North, records just of people from Selston, records just of the Bacons of Ambrose Bacons lot, who is who and what is the real truth only you can say, this is my last words for the Bacons, may you all Rest in Peace, you are on the Roll of Honor and there you will stay