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Tyrone Assizes, August 1830


Tyrone Assizes, August 1830
Extracted from the STRABANE MORNING POST, Tuesday August 10 1830

Transcribed and Compiled by Len Swindley
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



TYRONE ASSIZES

Omagh, Monday, 2nd August 1830

NOBLE

John

Indicted for sheep-steeling; Guilty - To be transported seven years

McKENNA

Anne

For stealing a silver watch; Not Guilty - discharged

McCUSKER

Pat

For sheep-stealing; Guilty - To be transported seven years

SMITH

SMITH

John &

Elenor

For stealing a quantity of lead from the house of T. K. HANNIGAN, at Dungannon; Guilty - To be transported seven years

WALKER

James

For stealing two goats; Guilty - To be imprisoned six months

HILLAN

Terance

For stealing a watch from T. CANTWELL, at Dungannon, on 16th July; Guilty - To be imprisoned twelve months

O’NEIL

Patrick

For stealing one bullock, the property of MATHEW O’NEIL; Guilty - To be transported 7 years

KERR

Henry

For stealing a quantity of potatoes; Guilty - To be imprisoned one week

LOUGHRAN

Bridget

For secreting the birth of an infant child; Guilty - To be imprisoned twelve months



Tuesday, 3rd August

HAMILTON

HAMILTON

Robert &

George

For the murder of ROBERT HAMILTON, at Shanenagh [Shanony], on the road from Strabane to Newtownstewart:

GEORGE HAMILTON; Not Guilty & ROBERT HAMILTON; Guilty of Manslaughter -to be imprisoned six months

McGOWAN

William

Indicted for assaulting the REV. CHARLES DOUGLAS, a Magistrate of the county of Tyrone, in the execution of his duty, at Donemana, on the 12th of July last, and also for a riot; Not Guilty - discharged

McCAY

Thomas

Indicted for stealing Bank Notes from FRANCIS KILPATRICK at Newtownstewart, on the 22d of March last; Guilty - To be transported seven years

EAKIN

Thomas

For stealing a horse; Guilty - sentence of death recorded

AGNEW

Mary Ann

For stealing from the person of MARY DONNELL, two shillings sterling, on the highway near Strabane; Guilty

O’NEIL

Terence

For uttering counterfeit coin; Guilty - To be imprisoned three months

MEINNAGH

Francis

For stealing linen yarn, at Fintona; Guilty, to be transported seven years



Wednesday, 4th August

JOHNSTON alias WALIS

John

For uttering forged Bank Notes, purporting to be of the Bank of Ireland ; Guilty - To be transported fourteen years

McCONNELL

John

For uttering counterfeit coin; Guilty - To be imprisoned three months

McDONNELL

Arch.

For uttering counterfeit coin; Guilty - To be imprisoned six months

FARRELL

Thomas

For perjury; Guilty - To be imprisoned six months

TONER

Mary

Indicted for being a vagrant. To be transported for seven years, unless she find security to be of good behaviour for seven years; herself in 10 and two sureties in 5 each, within six months from this date

McGONNELL

P.

For uttering forged Bank Notes, purporting to be of the Bank of MESSRS. BALL & CO. The Jury, not agreeing, and after remaining in all night, were called over and discharged. The prisoner to remain in custody till next Assizes




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