East Malling, Kent
27 Aug 1886
In 1820, he appeared at the Kent Assizes with three others, charged with 'feloniously and burglariously' breaking into the dwelling of the widow Elizabeth King and stealing four Beds, seventeen Blankets, six Counterpanes, eight Pillows, four Bolsters, one pair of Snuffers and a Pin Cushion, all valued at Forty Three pounds Two shillings and Six pence. They were found guilty and sentenced to be hanged by the neck until they be dead. All four appeared before the court again in July 1820, where the sentences were commuted to 'transportation for life'.
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John Jenkins • Charlotte Jenkins (Surman)
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