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Omagh Petty Sessions, Co. Tyrone, September 1859

Extracted from the Tyrone Constitution, September 23 1859
Transcribed, Compiled and Submitted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com

OMAGH PETTY SESSIONS

The Magistrates present on Wednesday were:

R. D. COLHOUN, Esq., R.M., Chairman;

GEORGE HALL STACK, Esq.,

Rev. WM. EDWARDS

Constable MICHAEL DRURY charged JAMES GRUGAN, of Seskinore, JOHN LEONARD, of Tyrmurity, PATRICK DONNELLY, of Arvalee, BERNARD McCRYSTAL, of Benchran and RICHARD McLAUGHLIN, of Tullymuck, with having their carts on the streets of Omagh without having their name and residence painted on them in legible letters; each fined one shilling and costs.

The same constable charged PATRICK McCRORY, of Omagh, and WM. HAMILTON, of Meetinghouse-hill, with having their dogs on the streets without logs or muzzles.

JAMES RAFFERTY, of Tandragee [Termonmaguirk parish], charged SUSAN FORDE, with having, at Omagh, on the 10th day of August last, stole from his person the sum of £16; informations returned to Clogher Quarter Sessions.

The Magistrates appointed JOHN DOGHERTY, of Omagh, THOMAS McCLEAN, of Beragh, and ROGER McPIKE of Drumquin, to serve Processes for this Petty Sessions Districts, pursuant to the 22nd Vict., chap. 14.