Deposition: William Jones of Beaumaris, shop boy, before Richard Williams accused of stealing money from William Jones, shopkeeper

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      GB 221 WQS5/1837/E/98
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WQ/S/1837/E/98
  • Dates of Creation
      1837 Apr. 3
  • Language of Material
      English
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      1 item

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DEPOSITION: William Jones of Beaumaris, shop boy, before Richard Williams accused of stealing money from William Jones, shopkeeper. States that he is the son of William Jones [the elder] and was helping him in the shop. W.J. [the younger] was in the shop with his cousin Fanny Roberts when R.W. came in and sat behind the counter with W.J. [the younger] and F.R. At the time the cash draw was closed. W.J. [the elder] had gone next door to the Menai Bridge. When W.J. [the younger] stepped outside he saw that R.W. had his hand in the draw. W.J. [the younger] called his father and they immeditely re-entered the shop and searched R.W.'s pockets, finding a sovereign and five pence.

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