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Friday 13 August 1847
 Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal
Derbyshire
 
COMMITTED TO DERBY COUNTY GAOL. John Bacon, Horsley woodhouse, committed to hard labour fourteen days, for vagrancy



Friday 10 February 1843
  Nottingham Review and General Advertiser for the Midland Counties
Nottinghamshire

William Bacon was convicted by Francis Hart, Esq., of having unlawfully cut, with intent to steal, part of a live fence belonging Mr. Wm. Hallam, of Stapleford

 

Saturday 08 August 1840
 Derbyshire Courier
  Derbyshire 

CRIMINAL CASES. John Bacon, alias John Jackson, aged 32, was placed at the bar, charged with feloniously inter marring with Harriet Beddow, at  church tinesley.  on the 16th day of May, 1837, his first wife Sarah Bacon being then alive


Friday 14 August 1840
  Nottingham Journal
  Nottinghamshire 

  with feloniously intermarrying with Harriet Beddow, at Church tinesley. on the 16th day of May. 1837, his first wife Sarah Bacon being then alive. Guilty. Judge Tindal.—lt is perfectly clear that the prisoner was a person of very disolute habits


 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 


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

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« Reply #46 on: Sunday 04 August 19 20:19 BST (UK) »
  i got a few of the post dates mixed up, as in order but will leave it as it is, next i will show you my evidence of the Bacons from the South

 

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  Friday 01 February 1929
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex

The funeral took place yesterday at the Writtle Road Cemetery Mrs. Charlotte Bacon.  Kings Road, who died Sunday. Deceased, who was 81 years of age, was the widow Mr. Eli Bacon, who died in former years  the couple were well known at local markets traders
 





Friday 11 November 1927
 Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser
Kent
 
 Charles Bacon, of the Gipsy Camp, Crowborough, was summoned', for driving a horse and cart in an alleged furious manner at Crowborough in October, George James and Alfred Smith, also of the Gipsy Camp, summoned for similar offences
   
  Saturday 09 January 1926
  Essex Newsman
  Essex 

Eli Bacon, fishmonger, High Street, for failing to keep a dog under control, was fined 2/6. 
 
Friday 16 April 1926
 Kent & Sussex Courier
  Kent
 
STRAYING HORSES. Charles Bacon and William Bacon, of Crowborough, were each fined   for allowing horses to stray at Crowborough on March 24th. 



 Friday 26 November 1926
  Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser
Kent

CROWBOROUGH GIPSY FINED. Charles Bacon, of the Gipsy Camp, Crowborough, was summoned for leaving cart unattended on the highway, at Rotherfield, November 

 Friday 26 September 1924
  Kent & Sussex Courier
Kent

FERRETING AT CROWBOROUCH. Henry Simpson and Charlie Bacon. Gipsy Camp, Crowborough, were summoned for trespassing 


Friday 26 September 1924
 Sussex Agricultural Express
Sussex
 
at the Mark Cross Petty Sessions on Tuesday, Henry Simpson and Charlie Bacon, of the Gipsy Camp. Crowborough, were summoned for trespassing in search of conies, upon land in the occupation of Mr. Dibble, at Rotherfield ...
   
 
   


Friday 22 December 1922
  Kent & Sussex Courier
  Kent 

Charles Bacon, Gipsy Camp, Crowborough. pleaded guilty to allowing a horse to stray December 2nd, and was fined on the evidence of P.C. Plumb. MADMAN AT CROWBOROUCH. George James, Gipsy Camp. Crowborough, was summoned ...
     

 Saturday 08 June 1918
 Essex Newsman
  Essex 

CHELMSFORD. Death of Mr, Eli Bacon.—Mr. Eli Bacon, well-known greer grocer. of New Street, died on Saturday at the age of 76, after a long illness. He leaves a widow and large grown-up family 
 
  Saturday 25 August 1917
 Essex Newsman
  Essex

CHELMSFORD PETTY SESSION
 . Eli Bacon, greengrocer, Chelmsford, was summoned for drivine to the common danger at Chelmsford on August 20
 


Saturday 25 December 1915
  Essex Newsman
  Essex 

A FATAL SKID
...  and then saw a man with the boy in his arms. The deceased was bright little fellow, and grandson of Mr. Eli Bacon, fruiterer. Mr. C. E. Lewis, coroner, conducted the inquest at the Cedar Hotel on Wednesday afternoon. The father gave evidence ...

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  Friday 14 March 1913
  Sussex Agricultural Express
Sussex

WARBLETON
... A WARBLETON MYSTERY. Man's Body found in a Pond. Mr. Chas. E. Sheppnrd Hastings conducted an inquiry at the Three Cups Inn, Warbleton, on Friday afternoon, into the circumstances attending the death of Robert Bacon, an old man. The deceased had been missing for about a week —Mr- Joseph Oliver was chosen foreman for the jury. Edward Bacon, a hawker, Warbleton, said deceased was his father. He travelled the district collecting rags and bones. He previously lived in Hastings, and came to Warbleton to live about eight months ago. 
 Witness understood that deceased had for the last two months slept in a shed at Little Brewers Farm.
 

Friday 19 April 1907
  Cambridge Independent Press
  Cambridgeshire 


 At the Saffron Walden Borough Sessions on Saturday, Eli Bacon, fruiterer, Chelmsford, was fined 10s. and 14s. costs, for having been fourd drunk at Saffron Walden
 

  Saturday 28 January 1905
  Barking, East Ham & Ilford Advertiser, Upton Park and Dagenham Gazette
  London


Rats have again invaded the slaughterhouse and outbuildings of the kennels of the Essex Union Hunt; and the services of Mr. Eli Bacon have been again called into requisition. No fewer than 21 were caught alive in traps 
 


Saturday 12 March 1904
 Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex

NEGLIGENT DRIVERS. Edward Bacon, hawker, was fined for leaving a horse and cart unattended, at Mayfield, on February 27th.—For a similar offence, on the same occasion, George Fuller, hawker, was fined 6s. inclusive
 



 Saturday 02 May 1903
 Sussex Agricultural Express
Sussex

... WITHOUT A NAME. Matilda Bacon, hawker, Warbleton, was summoned for not having her name painted on her cart, fined. UNATTENDED VEHICLE. Charles Goodsell, of Crowhurst, for leaving his horse and van unattended outside the Railway Hotel, April 23rd, was fined ...

Saturday 30 March 1901
 Essex Newsman
  Essex

MR. ELI BACON AND HIS HORSE.
 
Eli Bacon, greengrocer. Chelmsford, pleaded not to ill treating a horse by working it while in a unfit state. P.c. 
   

 Saturday 06 October 1900
 Thanet Advertiser
Kent

Thomas Bacon, hawker, was fined £l, including costs, for leaving his horse and cart unattended at Minster on Sept. 15th. Defendant was arrested 



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Saturday 18 February 1899
  Sussex Agricultural Express
Sussex
 
MATILDA BACON, gipsy, for having no legible name attached to her cart, Dallington, was fined 6s
   
  Friday 29 October 1897
  Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex
 
Piggeries New-street.—The Council decided give notice to Mr. Eli Bacon notice to abate a nuisance arising from the piggeries in his occupation the rear of New-street by removing the pigs and cleansing ...
 

   Tuesday 06 February 1894
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 

 DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Thomas Bacon, licensed hawker, Holmwood, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at Windmillhill on the 27th ult. —P.C. Bourne proved the case, and a fine  was imposed. Seven days in default


  Tuesday 01 May 1894
  Essex Herald
  Essex


 Bacon and his Barrow. —Eli Bacon, fruiterer. was charged upon the Information of P.c. Moore, supported by Mr. Thomas Dixon, the town clerk
 


 Saturday 07 January 1893
  Sussex Agricultural Express
 Sussex

A LUCKY GET OFF
... A LUCKY GET OFF. Wm. Isden, 19, soldier, was indicted for feloniously stealing A mare, the property OF Matilda Bacon, at Ore, on the 2nd December, 1892.—Mr. W. Grantham prosecuted. —Prisoner pleaded guilty.—The afair was considered to be but A drunken freak ...
 
 
  Tuesday 17 January 1893
 Mid Sussex Times
  Sussex

Thomas Bacon, an itinerant horse dealer, who did not appear, was summoned for allowing three horses to stray in Cburch-street, Cuckfield, the 9th inst
 
Saturday 28 October 1893
  Essex Newsman
  Essex

CHELMSFORD PETTY SESSION THIS DAY
  Eli Bacon a,nd Arthur Layzell, fish hawkers, of Chelmsford, were charged with having used certain dogs for searching for and killing game
   

Tuesday 05 April 1892
  Sussex Agricultural Express
  Sussex 
 STRAYING HORSES
  Frederick Bacon, hawker, Holmwood, was summoned for allowing horse to stray on the Highway leading from Beare Lodge to Capel on the 10th March 



 Friday 27 February 1891
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex

ESSEX ADJOURNED QUARTER SESSION
... for relief from the Maldon Board, read. She was said to be living with her parenti, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bacon, of Newstreet, Chelmsford, and the earnings of Bacon were such not to permit him to contribute towards the support of his grandchildren
   


Saturday 14 March 1891
 Hastings and St Leonards Observer
  Sussex 

George Morris gave evidence to the same effect saving that the defendant hit the pony more than 20 times. —Charles Bacon, hawker, and Barry gave evidence in defence, but the Magistrates considered the case proved, these witnesses could not swear that 
 

 Saturday 22 February 1890
  Essex Newsman
  Essex 


A Serious Fire Averted.—On Tuesday morning, Mrs. Bacon, wife of Mr. Eli Bacon, of New-street, who was confined to her bed by illness, noticed smoke in the room. She attracted the attention ...

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Saturday 22 December 1888
  Essex Standard
  Essex

Eli Bacon, sen., fish dealer, of Chelmsford, was summoned for obstructing the highway at Witham, on Nov. 27th, by allowing his horse ...
   

Saturday 25 March 1882
 Hastings and St Leonards Observer

HASTINGS COUNTY BENCH
  ASSAULT ON A WOMAN. Alfred Oillett, who did not appear, was summoned for assaulting Naomi Bacon, a flower hawker, at Ore, on the 13th March.—The assault was a violent one, and complainant said it was entirely unprovoked
 
  Saturday 01 October 1881
  Essex Newsman
  Essex   

  as a man named Eli Bacon was vending fruits in the road near the Chelmsford Cricket Club ground, while the athletic sports were in progress, his dog, which accompanied him, engaged in a fight with another dog, and Bacon, in endeavouring to part ...
 


Saturday 03 July 1880
  Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser
Kent

John Bacon, hawker, was summoned fur obstructing the footway, at Dartford, by selling potatoes out of a box

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  Tuesday 10 May 1870
  Essex Herald
  Essex 

Charged with stealing 19 oranges, value Is. 9d., from a stall, the property of Eli Bacon
 
 Saturday 21 May 1870
  Essex Newsman
  Essex 


ORANGES CHELMSFORD-. Abraham Gamble, laborer, was indicted for stealing 19 oranges, valued at ls. 9d, the property of Eli Bacon, at Chelmsford, on the 30th April. Mr. Tayler appeared for the prosecution: the prisoner was undefended
   
 Friday 20 August 1875
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 

Obstructing a Thoroughfare. Eli Bacon hawker, was summoned at the instance of the Chelmsford Local Board of Health, for allowing af ruit truck to stand in the highway 
   

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Wednesday 08 August 1866
 Essex Standard
Essex
 John Bacon, hawker, was summoned by Mr. T. Bouse, Inspector of Weights and Measures, for having an unjust measure in his possession
 
Monday 13 February 1865
  Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser
  Kent 

Cutting Broom.—At the same time and place as the above, Thomas Bacon, a broom-dasher, was charged with cutting a quantity of broom, value 6d., on the estate of A. J. Beresford-Hope, Esq., at Bcdgebury
   



  Saturday 24 November 1855
 Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 
 
DEATH
 
On Monday, aged 75, Mrs. Bacon, relict of the late Mr. J. Bacon, the well-known horse dealer, of Queen-street, Portsea

  Friday 16 February 1849
  Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 

  Susan Bacon, wife of John, was indicted for enticing Julia Sarah Collins to commit a felony, and afterwards receiving her one pound and a half ...
 


Friday 23 November 1849
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 
 

St. Gregory's, Sudbury, Mr. Wm. Hurrell bricklayer and plasterer, of Burkitt's-lane, Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. John Bacon, gardener, formerly of Cross-street, Sudbury. 14th inst. at the Independent chapel, Bishops Stortford, by the Rev. W. A. Harndall 
 


Tuesday 14 March 1848
  Essex Herald
  Essex 


James Bacon, 28, labourer, was charged with stealing a saw and some chisels, from Robt, Lancaster 
   


Friday 07 May 1847
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex


George Bacon, Mrs. Bacon's father, corroborated her testimony.— Philpot was dressed in female clothes.—Ordered to be bound over to keep the peace 
   


  Tuesday 13 January 1846
 Essex Herald
  Essex 

 Robert Bacon pleaded guilty to stealing a pair of shoes from John Cooke, at Great Oakley.— Three months hard labour

  Friday 20 October 1843
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 
 

 John Bacon, 28, labourer, pleaded guilty to stealing a putty knife and other articles, the property of Stephen Gower, at Stunner
 

 Friday 21 October 1842
  Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex 


13th inst. in the 71st year of her age, Mrs. Phoebe Bacon, relict of Mr. Abraham Bacon, cabinet maker, &c. Chelmsford. 13th inst. after short illness, in the 80th year of her age
 

  Friday 10 January 1840
 Chelmsford Chronicle
  Essex   

An inquest  on Wm. Bacon, and a verdict of manslaughter returned against Joseph and Hannah Bacon, the father and stepmother

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Monday 07 October 1839
 Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 

Died suddenly, on Tuesday, at Bridgewater, Mr. John Bacon, bone dealer, of Bishop-street. Portsea. Died, on Wednesday


  Monday 07 October 1839
 Hampshire Telegraph
  Hampshire 

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries
  A few days since, of apoplexy, while attending  Bridgewater Fair, Mr. John Bacon, the well-known  Horse-dealer, of Porsea 
 

 Saturday 05 October 1839
  Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

  Mr. John Bacon, horse dealer.   Died, on the 2nd inst, in Camden Alley, Portsea
 

 Saturday 14 September 1839
 Hampshire Advertiser
  Hampshire 

 Married, at Kingston, on the 10th inst., Mr. John Morgan, to Anne, daughter of Mr. J. Bacon, horse dealer, both of Queen Street, Portsea. Married, at Kingston, on the 13th instant



  Tuesday 18 August 1829
  Essex Herald
  Essex 

   A Farm, called BACONS FARM, in the parish of Chapel, in the occupation of William Dean, on lease for 14 years, from Michaelmas, the yearly rent ...
 


 Tuesday 18 August 1829
 Essex Herald
  Essex 

At the County Magistrates sitting: Colchester Castle, Saturday last, on the 15th instant. John Bacon and Edward Netard, both of Boxtead, this county, were brought before the Magistrates, a warrant having been granted for that ...
 


  Tuesday 23 June 1829
  Essex Herald
  Essex 

charged arainst them:— Death. Charles Smith, Henry Pike. Mary Browne, Susannah Gibbs, Mary Ann Bacon, Thomas Devine, George Edwards, William Jones, and Joseph Byron, for stealing in the dwelling-houses above the value of £6. —Thomas ...
 



 Monday 12 February 1827
  Hampshire Chronicle
  Hampshire 

 John Bacon, James Poffiey, Samuel Dibby, John Watts, Richard Shaw, and Jonathan King, labourers, for a violent assault on John Hemblin, Governor of the workhouse 
 


 
 Friday 01 August 1800
  Stamford Mercury
Lincolnshire
 
Joseph Bacon, of Fulham, in the county Middlelsex, potter, dealer and chapman