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Sunday, May 1, 2011

John Henwood Acquitted, Charles Henwood Convicted

On the 5th of January of 1852, John Henwood was on trial in the Castle of Winchester in Southhampton., Hampshire, England  .  He was accused of stealing 7 lbs of flour.  Then he was aquitted. 

On the 18th of October 1852 Charles Henwood , in Southhampton, Winchester in Hampshire was accused of larceny before and was now convicted of a felony.  This time he was sentenced to 9 months.

Interestingly, Munday is the name of a wife of Charles, and a William Munday was also up on larceny before and now was convicted of a felony.  He was sentenced for 7 years. 

1852 must have been a bad year for people in England. 


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