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Name: Thomas Vines
Age: 47

Crime with which charged

Committed for further Examination: Having stolen some geraniums and flower pots the property of Mary Revell. 
Pleaded Guilty: (no entry)
By whom and when Committed: Major Cunninghame 30th Oct
Committed for Trial:   "
By whom and when Committed:   "

Crime of which Convicted: Did on the 29th October 1874 at Newcastle steal several geranium plants the goods of Miss Mary Revell.
Before whom and where Tried, &c: Magistrates, 7th November 1869 Newtownmountkennedy

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Verdict and Sentence, or other Order: Ordered to pay £1 fine, 3/. comp't & 2/. costs or to Imp'd 14 days.
By whom Bailed, or Discharged: 21st Nov 1874


Height: 5ft 1 1/4"
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Sandy
Complexion and Marks on Person: Fresh*

State of Education when Committed.: Alphabet
Religion: R. Catholics.

State of Family, Native Place, and Occupation: Single, Co Wicklow Parish, Labourer, Hacketstown.


Thomas Vines - 1874 Wicklow Gaol Register

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Owner/SourceNational Archives of Ireland | Thomas Vines; Year: 1874; Date: 30 Oct 1874; Prison: Wicklow; Register Title: Prison Registers Wicklow Prison General Register 1861 - 1878; Book no: 1/41/5; Item no: 2; Record Set: Irish Prison Registers 1790 - 1924;
Date30 Oct 1874
PlaceWicklow Gaol
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