Examination and Deposition: Owen William McNally of Brynshenkyn [licensed hawker], Elizabeth Glynn of Menai Bridge

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      GB 221 WQS8/1868/H/13
  • Alternative Id.
      GB 221 WQ/S/1868/H/13
  • Dates of Creation
      1867 Dec. 13
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 item

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EXAMINATION AND DEPOSITION: Owen William McNally of Brynshenkyn [licensed hawker], Elizabeth Glynn of Menai Bridge, Rees Williams, police constable and Bridget Reilly, spinster, both of parish Brynshenkyn, in the case v. Mary McNally accused of stealing items of clothing, the property of Owen Williams McNally. Deponent O.W.M. states that when he returned home from Carnarvon he found his box containing watches, cutlery and combs was forced open. Clothes were missing and so was his daughter M.M. Deponent B.R. states that she and M.M. planned to leave home. They stayed the night at Glynne's lodging house in Menai Bridge. M.M. gave her the boots.

Attached: Statement of Accused: I am guilty of taking some of the clothes but not all.

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