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Evidence of Bacon Families from up my way, is this or are these Ambrose Bacon ancesters, or evan just a few of these records


Monday 11 June 1934
 Daily Herald
  London 

RIDDLE OF CAR CRASH
  Minnie Bacon, wife of Mr William Bacon, colliery deputy, of Southcrescent. Buckmanton. Chesterfield Derbyshire. She and her husband were injured when their car overturned  on the Newark-Lincoln road. Mrs. Bacon died later in hospital 
   

 
Monday 16 November 1931
  Nottingham Evening Post
Nottinghamshire
 
STRAYING PONIES. For allowing five ponies to be straying on Hayden road at 7.50 a.m., on November 2nd, William Bacon, of Durham-avenue, Sneinton Dale, was at Nottingham Police Court, to-day, fined 

 
Wednesday 23 January 1929
  Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire 
GARAGE MURDER CLUES
 
when Elijah William Bacon, aged 56, labourer, of no fixed abode, asked him. Can you spare copper for a night's lodging? Replied, I am a police officer, and shall take you into custody. Bacon's reply was, I can't help that. Bacon, being a stranger to the Town


Friday 20 April 1928
  Nottingham Journal
Nottinghamshire

Not fit to work Work it in that condition, declared Mr E. O. Johnson. Veterinary surgeon, at Nottingham Summons Court yesterday when William Bacon, of 19, AIcester-street, Dunkirk, was ordered to pay costs tor ill-treating a horse in March

Saturday 29 April 1922
 Nottingham Journal
Nottinghamshire


SUTTON MINER'S DEATH.
William Bacon 26, a married man, of 17. Spring-street, Sutton-in-Ashfield, met his death yesterday morning in the Silver Hill Colliery

Saturday 29 April 1922
  Derby Daily Telegraph
  Derbyshire, England

 Falling electric cable, William Bacon miner, was on Friday electrocuted Tevershall Nottinghamshire
 

Tuesday 02 May 1922
  Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire, England

KILLED IN THE PIT
... Claim Paid by the “Evening News.” To be killed in the pit alter five yean’ active service in the Great War, was a sad fate of William Bacon (26). coal-cutter, of 17. Spring-street. Sutton-in- Ashfield. About 7.30 p.m. on Thursday last was working an electrical

Friday 05 May 1922
 Mansfield Reporter
  Nottinghamshire, England

ADJOURNED.
 He has never complained of his employment beyond saying to me that he regarded it as dangerous, said the widow of William Bacon, a cleaner-up, who was killed on the previous Thursday in the pit at. Silver Hill Colliey belonging to the Stanton Coal and Iron Company

  Friday 12 May 1922
 Mansfield Reporter
  Nottinghamshire, England

SUTTON MINER ELECTROCUTED. WORKMAN'S MISTAKE. RESUMED INQUEST.
Further investigations into the cause of the death of William Bacon (26), of 17, Spring-street,   Sutton-in-Ashfield who was killed at the Silver Hill Colliery on the 27th ult.—were made by Mr. H. Bradwell
   
Wednesday 02 January 1918
 Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire     

DEATHS
  ROLL OF HONOUR. Killed in action, December 9th. 1917, Private William Bacon, Royal Warwick.  Dunkirk, Nottingham aged 21 years. In. our memory.-From his sorrowing father, mother, sister, and brother

 
   

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Friday 10 August 1917
 Mansfield Reporter
Nottinghamshire

KILLED WHILE TALKING
  A verdict of Accidental death in the case of a pony driver, George William Bacon, 16, who was killed, on Wednesday, at the South Normanton Colliery The evidence showed that Bacon was talking to the pit corporal, John Southerington when from lOcwt


Saturday 16 September 1916
 Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire
 
MATCHES AND MUNITIONS. MIDLAND WORKER HEAVILY FINED. For taking four matches into a Midland munition factory on Friday, William Bacon, aged 66, was fined £10 or month in goal. The prosecuting solicitor said that the defendant's waistcoat was searched


Friday 13 October 1916
  Sheffield Independent
 South Yorkshire

LAD KILLED IN HOLBROOK PIT Charles Bacon, aged 16 years, of Station road. Halfway, was run over and killed in Holbrook Colliery on Wednesday night. The lad only the day previous had resumed work after an accident. The parents have had a second blow by the news than another son was reported missing on the front

Friday 13 October 1916
  Sheffield Daily Telegraph
South Yorkshire
 
Charles Robert Bacon (16), 9, Station Road, Holbrook, a runner at Holbrook Colliery, was killed in the pit on Wednesday night


Thursday 07 February 1907
  Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire

SHIPLEY COLLIERY FATALITY
... Inn, Derby-road, Heanor, before the Deputy-District Coroner (Mr. W. R. H. Whiston) touching the death of William Toplis Bacon. Jessie Hannah Bacon, of Lodge, identified the body of the deceased that of her husband. He was 43 years of age. 




  Monday 05 September 1904
  Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire

FATALITY
 William Bacon, Stanton Hill, collier, aged 46 years, who met with his death whilst at work on the previous day the Stanton Hill Colliery (belonging to the Stanton Coal and iron Company The widow represented by Mr. Williams (Messrs. Green and Williams. Nottingham)

 


Friday 14 October 1904
  Derby Daily Telegraph
  Derbyshire

THE NORMANTON HORSE-STEALING CASE
 Hanson's auction sale for £11 os. 6d. to Wm. Maddocks, horse dealer, of Sneinton. near Nottingham. The latter afterwards sold it Wm. Bacon, cattle dealer, of St. Mark's street, Nottingham, for £13 10s. 6d. Last Tuesday Bacon handed the animal over to the police 


 


Saturday 04 April 1903
  Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire

 SUTTON- IN-ASHFIELD LADS DEATH. An inquest was held at the New Inn. In the afternoon at the Nottingham District, the body of Charles Bacon, of Sutton-in-Ashfield. a ganger employed at the Summit Pit. Sutton-in-Ashfield, who met with a accident on March 27th, and later died 

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Tuesday 11 April 1899
  Nottingham Journal
 Nottinghamshire
 
Larceny Horsley Woodhouse.—Charles Bacon, sen., and Charles Bacon, jun., were each charged with stealing tulip plants on or about the 31st March last, and being on the property of the Rev. George 
     

Saturday 12 February 1898
  Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire

  Asserts that the story as put forth by William Bacon was untrue. He was certainly the son of Joseph and MaryAnn Bacon, of Brimington, and was born in the Waterloo year— as the entry in the bible puts it : William Bacon, born March 23 


Saturday 18 May 1895
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire
 
 P.c Bates proved that William Bacon (22), collier, of Clay Cross, fined for being drunk and disorderly   

 
  Saturday 01 March 1890
 Derbyshire Courier

 Warning to Others.— Henry Bacon, coal higgler, of Horsley Woodhouse, was summoned at the instance of the School Committee of the Belpor Union, for having unlawfully ...


Wednesday 29 May 1889
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
  Derbyshire 

Eckington. Penitent.
 
 William Henry Bacon, traveller, pleaded guilty to being drunk at Eckington in May.—He was only ordered to pay the costs

 
Saturday 05 March 1887
  Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire

 Damaging Fences. —At the Eckington Petty Sessions, on Monday, Wm. Bacon, and Jno. Thomas Naylor, colliers, living at Bolehill, Eckington, were summoned by Joseph Naylor, farmer, for damaging fences, on his property at Bolehill, on the 14th February.—The defendant Naylor and complainant were cousins. They were seen by complainant getting over a fence into the  field. speaking to the defendants they began to abuse him.—Defendant-, said they got into the field becourse the road was so dirty. They denied getting over the fence.—The Bench imposed a fine of Is., damage 6d.,and the costs.


 Friday 03 June 1887
 Derby Daily Telegraph

solicitor, Belper, applied for ejectment order for Sophia Bacon  who occupied a house under Mr. Win. Norman of Newton, Wales. He said the house with a little land was let to Miles Bacon, who died about two years ago
 

Saturday 16 July 1887
  Derbyshire Courier

 Serious Assault.—At the Belper Petty Sessions, on Thursday, Miles Bacon was charged with assaulting Walter Beardmore, at Belper
   

Friday 18 June 1886
  Sheffield Independent
  Yorkshire

 BRUTAL ATTACK ON A SHEFFIELD MAN AT CHESTERFIELD.
A gentleman, named William HenryBacon, commercial traveller, of Sheffield, has been admitted into the Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Hospital, suffering from injuries which are alleged to have been
 inflicted under rather extraordinary circumstances. 


 Saturday 19 June 1886
  Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
 Derbyshire 

 he recommended the man's removal to the Chesterfield Hospital, which was done. The injured man there gave the name of Wm. Henry Bacon, of 87 Langaett road, Sheffield, and said he was a commercial traveller in the employ of a firm of paper manufacturers 

   Wednesday 07 January 1885
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

SUDDEN DEATH OF A REMARKABLE CHARACTER.- On Monday week, Miles Bacon, a coal higgler, and a noted character in the town, died suddenly in his own stable


Thursday 09 April 1885
  Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire

Old Offender in Trouble. —Miles Bacon, coal higgler, Belper, charged |with having assaulted his wife Ellen on the 25th March.—The prosecutrix said that her husband ...



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 Wednesday 26 November 1884
  Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire

BELPER
 ………. brought with him the copper, and given it to Watson, who sold it to Mr. John Mellor, marine store dealer, Belper, and Miles Bacon, scrap iron dealer. Watson  told the dealers that he got it from Salty Bill, a hawker, in the Morledge, Derby

 
  Friday 05 January 1883
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

A Nameless Cart.— Miles Bacon, coal higgler, who did not appear, was summoned for driving a cart, without a name on it
 

Saturday 15 September 1883
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, labourer.ot Belper, who was riding the trap with the defendant in the previous case, who was also summoned on a charge of ...


 Friday 21 September 1883
  Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, jun., old offender, was fined 5s. and 9s. Costs

    Saturday 01 December 1883
  Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
  Derbyshire 
 
Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths, are subject to charge of 2s. 6d. 
   Bacon—Holmes—November 28th, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Bakewell, by the Rev. H. Cattle (I William Bacon, to Mary Holmes, both of Youlgreave.
 
 Friday 05 May 1882
  Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

William Bacon was charged with stealing quantity of wood, at Belper, April  —Defendent pleaded guilty and was fined 
 
 Friday 29 December 1882
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal

  An adjourned case in which Miles Bacon, jun., was summoned at the last Petty Sessions with assaulting his wife, Ellen Bacon, at belper, on the 27th 

Wednesday 09 March 1881
  Derby Mercury
  Derbyshire 

District News
 license; and fines of Is. and costs, or costs only, were imposed upon Joseph Martin, William Parker, Stephen Sorlmehaw, and Wm. Bacon, for keeping dogs without licenses.     


Friday 27 May 1881
  Derbyshire Derby Daily Telegraph

—On Thursday, Miles Bacon, jun., was summoned by Inspector Warr, of Derby, for working a horse whilst in a unfit condition, at Kilbourn, on the 15th ult ...
 

Saturday 08 January 1881
 Derby Daily Telegraph
 Derbyshire

Sessions, Thursday.—Before Mr. Woolley, the Hon. F. Strutt, Sir J. G. N. Alleyne, and Mr. H. Strutt. The 37th Offence. —Miles Bacon, sen., of Belper, was charged with leaving his waggon on the highway Kilbourn, on the 21st nit., for a long and unreasonable time


 Friday 27 May 1881
  Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire
 
Violent Assault.—On Thursday, at Belper, Miles Bacon, jun., was charged with assaulting Robert Tomlinson, of Openwood Gate, on the 21st May, at Belper


 
  Friday 09 January 1880
 Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire

 Belper Petty Sessions, on Thursday, before Mr. Rowland Smith, Mr. J. H. Woolley, the Hon. F. Strutt, and Mr. H. Strutt, Miles Bacon, jun., of Chesterfield-road, Belper, was charged by Inspector Raymond, of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Animals ...


Saturday 12 June 1880
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
  Derbyshire 

 Afterwards deceased's father came and carried him home. There was no one near the bucket as it tumbled over.—William Bacon, son of William Bacon Springwell, miner, I was going down with two buckets of steam water on Saturday afternoon, when met by two men 


Thursday 17 June 1880
  Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, sen., and Daniel Bacon, father and.son,, two well known characters, residing on Field Head,. Belper, were charged with stealing a quantity of iron rails, the property the Derby ...


Saturday 10 July 1880
  Derbyshire Courier
Derbyshire

Stealing Part of the Old Tramway Denby.— Miles Bacon and Daniel Bacon were charged with feloniously stealing  iron, at Denby, on the 15th of June


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Wednesday 28 May 1879
  Nottingham Evening Post
  Nottinghamshire 

SERIOUS ACCIDENT IN SNEINTON
  John Houseley, Kent-street, Nottingham gave evidence as to the accident and the injury caused, william Bacon, horse dealer, stopped the pony and found no bit in its month, and there was a nose short, and P.s. Heck proved to seeing the pony run away


Wednesday 02 July 1879
  Derby Mercury

Miles Bacon, jun., of Belper, coal higgler, was charged with violontly assaulting Miles Bacon. sen., his father
 

Saturday 19 July 1879
  Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire

 —Miles Bacon, sen., Miles Bacon, jun., Daniel Bacon, and Martha Bacon, were summoned 


Wednesday 21 May 1879
   Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire

Miles Bacon, jun., of Belper, higgler, was summoned by Joel Tomlinson, of Belper, beerhouse-keeper, with assaulting him, on the 4th


Thursday 06 November 1879
 Derby Daily Telegraph
Derbyshire
 
Cruelty to a Pony.—At the Borough Police Court, this (Thursday) morning, Miles Bacon, a coal-higgler, was summoned for cruelty to a pony, working it in an unfit state.-—Defendant did not appear

Wednesday 17 December 1879
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, jun., a frequenter of the police court, was charged with using a cart at Belper, on the 3rd inst., without having his name

Wednesday 22 May 1878
  Derby Mercury

Miles Bacon, of Belper, a notorious bad character, was summoned for laying eight bags of coal upon the Derby and Chesterfiell Turnpike-road ...

  Wednesday 31 July 1878
 Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

William Bacon and Daniel.Bacon, of Belper, were brought as up In custody charged with being drunk and riotous at Belper, on Sunday, the 21st Instant; ...



 Friday 08 November 1878
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

 Daniel Bacon, a coal dealer, of Belper, was charged  by the inspector of weights and measures, with selling coal otherwise than by weight ...



 
 
 Saturday 26 April 1873
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire

Miles Bacon, of Belper, father of Daniel Bacon, was charged with allowing the animal, which was his property, to be cruelly illused 


Saturday 10 December 1870
 Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
Derbyshire

BELPER PETTY SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY. t (Before G. H. Strutt, J. C. Cox, and J. H. Woolley, J Esqrs.) Miles Again.—Miles Bacon, of the Gutter, Belper, a notorious character, was charged with working his horse in a


 Wednesday 07 December 1870
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire
 
Andrew and Daniel Bacon, of Belper, were charged by a person named Smith. of Denby, with stealing  on the 3rd inst. Both prisoners (boys) admitted the charge. Andrew to be imprisoned for fourteen days, and Daniel to be whipped ...

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Friday 30 July 1869
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire
   
old defender, was fined for having assaulted Sophia, wife of Miles Bacon, of the Common, Belper   
 
Saturday 11 September 1869
  Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire 

Elias Bacon was charged with trespassing in pursuit of game, on land in the occupation of John Clemant, at Wilford, on the 26th

Saturday 02 May 1868
  Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald
  Derbyshire 
 
 ALFRETON PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY.
(Before G. Turbutt, G. C. Hall, and F. Wright, Esqrs.) Game Trespass. — William Bacon, collier, South Nomanton, was charged by Thomas Rawson, servant to V- H. Esq. of Carufiel  Hall, near Alfreton, with having trespassed in search of game


Friday 22 May 1868
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

Miles Bacon, of Belper, summoned by Mr. Supt. Shaw for being drunk
 

Friday 19 June 1868
  Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

 Miles Bacon, of the Gutter, Belper, higgler, was summoned by George Booth on a charge of assault.—Numerous witnesses were called by ...

 Friday 11 September 1868
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, coal higgler, summoned for leaving his horse and cart unattended on tho Derby and Alfreton turnpike road, on the 29th ...

Friday 09 February 1866
 Nottinghamshire Guardian
Nottinghamshire

At the Borough Police Court, Wm. Porter was charged on remand with breaking into a stable in St. Marks Street, occupied by william Bacon, horse dealer, Mill- stone Lane, and stole two horse rugs, and a saddle, and other articles, early on the Ist instant

 
Friday 03 June 1864
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

Miles Bacon, nailer, Ac., of Horsley Woodhouse, was brought up in custody, under a warrant, charged by Mr. William Melbourne


Saturday 22 August 1863
  Derbyshire Courier
 Derbyshire

NOTICES
 Wellington Hotel Inn, New Whitlington.
on Saturday arising, before C. B. Busby. Esq., coroner, on the body of John Henry Bacon, aged thirteen years. Deceased had been engaged in removing dirt from the ironstone pit

 Friday 25 April 1862
  Nottinghamshire Guardian
  Nottinghamshire 

coroner, held an inquest at the Municipal Hall, Chesterfield, on the body of an illegitimate child of Kate Bacon, daughter of Mr. John Bacon, brick manufacturer, Hasland. The child had fallen from its mother's breast whilst in bed, and had got suffocated

saturday 10 August 1861
  Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire 

Were killed some days before, but I never went beyond the fifth dip. John Watts and James Bonsall were also working there. William Bacon, a collier, said: I remembered being in the deep workings many times. I worked in the old workings and in No. 2, and I
   

Saturday 12 October 1861
  Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire 

Fraudulent Removal of Goods.
—Henry Bacon, of Northwingfield, collier, was charged by Thomas Unwin with fraudulently removing his household goods to evade the payment


Wednesday 04 January 1860
 Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire 

David Bacon,   was indicted for uttering two counterfeit florins, well knowing them to be counterfeit, at Hucknall

 Thursday 05 January 1860
  Nottinghamshire Guardian
  Nottinghamshire 

Uttering Counterfeit Florins at hucknall under Huthwaite.  David Bacon 24, framework-knitter, and Mark Taylor, 30, framework knitter, pleaded not guilty to an indictment 

Saturday 02 June 1860
  Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire, England
 
George Roper and George Price were brought up, in the custody of Detective Bacon, charged with being deserters from the 11th Hussars. They were apprehended at Carrington barracks last night


Thursday 06 December 1860
 Nottinghamshire Guardian
  Nottinghamshire, England

Robbery from the Females' Home.— Mary Manning, an inmate of the Nottingham Females' Home, was brought up, charged by Detective Bacon with stealing a quantity of wearing apparel from that institution, the property of the committee.— Remanded till Tuesday

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 Saturday 18 May 1839
 Derbyshire Courier

 for a most violent assault upon William Bacon, of Shirland, miner.—Edward Gratton, of Alton, in the parish of Ashover, was convicted in mitigated penalty 


 Saturday 05 October 1839
 Derbyshire Courier
Derbyshire

MARRIAGES
... place, on Wednesday, Mr. Miles Bacon, net-weaver, to Miss Patience Camm—Also, Mr. Samuel Bacon, to Miss Martha Brightmore, all of Chesterfield. At the Friends’ Meeting House, Sheffield, on Thursday, the ult., Mr. Henry Dickenson, tailor and draper. ...


Friday 23 October 1829
  Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties
Nottinghamshire
 
Jacob Bacon, Sutton-in-Ashfield, framework-knitter, was convicted for using a dog to kill game in that parish 


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Friday 03 April 1818
  Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties
Nottinghamshire
 
the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Derby, held Monday and Tuesday last, Thomas Bacon and Ann Bacon, for stealing a quantity of hay at Tupton, were ordered to lie imprisoned for three months

Friday 03 April 1818
  Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties
Nottinghamshire

Thomas Bacon and Ann Bacon, for stealing a quantity of hay at Tupton, were ordered lie imprisoned three months; Ann Briddon, for stealing from a clothes hedge, a pillow ...
   
Friday 22 August 1817
 Stamford Mercury
Lincolnshire

Correspondent marvels that for this he was neither set in the stocks nor ducked in the river, Thomas Bacon, charged with being concerned in the Derbyshire riots, and his brother John, against both whom an indictment for high treason was
 

Thursday 23 January 1806
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

  SESSIONS BUSINESS.
 At the General Quarter Sessions for this county, held at the county-hall on Tuesday and Wednesday last, Daniel Bacon alias, convicted of stealing two geese and one gander, he was ordered to be imprisoned for one year in the house of correction at derby
   

 Thursday 29 March 1798
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

Daniel Bacon, convicted of stealing a quantity of wearing apparel, and other articles, the property of William Holland, of Barton 

  Thursday 19 June 1794
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire
 
Gaoler or Keeper, or his Deputy, of the said Prison. debtors' names. BACON GEORGE, by Trade a Pot-Maker, late of Crich. BOOTH WILLIAM, ditto Labourer, late of Charlef- worth. ELLIOTT JOHN, ditto Miller, of Stockworth, but late of Wirksworth


Daniel Bacon (a hermit) for stealing a coat, to; be imprisoned for twelvemonths   

 Thursday 06 March 1788
 Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

DERBY, March 12. This Day was committed to the County Gaol Henry Bacon, charged with stealing ten Pairs of Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes, the Property of George Bonnington, of Ashover


 Thursday 20 March 1788
  Derby Mercury
  Derbyshire, England

Henry Bacon, for stealing ten Pair of Shoes, the Property of George Bonnington of Ashover   

Friday 11 May 1781
 Derby Mercury
Derbyshire
 
A MESSUAGE, with the Appurtenances, situate in' Crich, in the said County of Derby, now in Pofression of Miles Bacon ; and also one Close in Crich aforesaid, called Barley Close, now in the Occupation of Joseph Hepworth

 
Friday 03 March 1780
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

Henry Bacon, charged with feloniously breaking open the Dweling of John Cooke, of Chefterfield, in the night of the 3d Inftant
 

Friday 10 March 1780
  Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

Henry Bacon, for stealing from John Cooper of Chefterfield a Pair of Shoes, a Pair of Silver Shoe Buckles, one Pair of Stockings, one Handkerchief, and a Parcel of Half-pence. 

 

Friday 04 September 1772
 Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

John Bacon for assaulting Mr. Henry Mountain on the Highway, and taking from him a Silver Watch, and Five Shillings in Money


  Thu 27 Mar 1740
 Derby Mercury
Derbyshire

On Friday last at the Aflizes ended here, when three Persons received Sentence of Death, viz. William Dolphin and James Hill for Robbing Mr lord near Chefterfield on the Highway, of a confiderable Sum of Money , and Samuel Gilbert  for stealing a Black Mare ; the former is ordered for Execution, and the two latter are Reprieved.  Richard Thompson. and Joseph Bacon, on suspicion of being concerned with the above Wm. Dolphin and James Hill, were both acquitted William wheeldon, condernned the last Summer Affizes, is ordered to he transported for 14 Years; and Geo  Ashmore to continue in Goal till the next Affizes

  Thu 01 Oct 1724
  Stamford Mercury
  Lincolnshire


 stolen out Samuel Bacon's Stable, at the Red-Lyon in Lincoln, a Bay Mare with Tail and Mane, with Saddle and Bridle. Whoever Notice of the said Mare to Samuel Bacon shall get a well reward ...

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Friday 15 July 1859
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire

 BELPER. Petty Sessions, July7.—[Before G.H. Strutt, Esq.] —Miles Bacon, nailor, Horsley Woodhouse, and Matilda Bacon, were brought up in the custody of constable Shelby, charged with stealing a watch. Prosecutor being drunk at the time the watch was stolen
 

Saturday 05 January 1856
 Derbyshire Courier
Derbyshire
Stealing Cheese at Belper. —Charles Bacon, alias Whitey Bacon,  a sergeant in the Derby Militia, and Susannah Bead, 44. were charged stealing cheese

Saturday 09 February 1856
  Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire
 Proof of this was afforded on Saturday last, by the demonstration which was made to welcome the return of Sergeant Major William Bacon, of the 7th Royal fusileers, to Briminglon, his native village. The carriage, was drawn by four greys, as they proceeded to the station


Thursday 19 July 1855
  Nottinghamshire Guardian
Nottinghamshire

 on Saturday last, aged 6 years, Miles, youngest son of the late Mr. Miles Bacon, of Shire Oaks, Belper   
 

Saturday 11 November 1854
  Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire 
THE HEROES OF THE CRIMEA
  the most gallant and brave manner; in several instances are in our knowledge, and to such we have now to add the name of William Bacon, of Brimington, son of a shoemaker of that place, who has been for ten years in the Scots’ Fusilier Guards, in which regiment

Saturday 20 March 1852
 Derbyshire Courier
Derbyshire
 
Miles Bacon, and Vincent Horsley, charged with having stolen, on the 12th of January last, at the parish Denby. six hen fowls and one cock fowl, the property of Samuel Weston   


 Friday 26 December 1851
 Nottingham Journal
Nottinghamshire
 
WOODTHORPE COLLIERY EXPLOBION.—On Wednesday the 10th inst. the inquest on the bodies of William Ramsden, Samuel Bacon, and Charles Stone, the three men whose deaths were occasioned by the explosion at this colliery