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Village Constables

Appointed Constables 1768-1836

  • Bedford, John (b.1734) 1777 & 1783

  • Bond, John (b.1739) 1780-2 and 1787

  • Bond, Samuel (b.1772) 1800-1818 & 1821-7

  • Biggs, James (b.1791) 1819-1831 & 1835-1836

  • Bond, John (b.1744) 1780-1782 & 1787

  • Bromley, Philip (b.1746) 1777 

  • Bull, Jonathan 1801-3

  • Cooke, Raymond (b.1744) 1796

  • Day,  Joseph (b.1784) 18155-1820

  • Dunningham, Thomas (b.1736) 1778-1779

  • Dunningham, Thomas (b.1790) 1835

  • Lugar, William (b.1753) 1777-9

  • Mumford, Joseph (b.1764) 1809-1814

  • Munson, Robert (b.1724) 1768

  • Munson, Robert (b.1856) 1788-1798

  • Pitt, William (b. 1746) 1767, 1769, 1772-6

  • Riddlesdale, Lugar (b.1747) 1783-1786

  • Sergeant, Samuel (b.1787) 1835

  • Went, Robert (b.1736) 1775-1776

  • Willsmore, Joseph (b.1766) 1793-1795 & 1799-1808

  • Wynden, William (Wenden) (b.1720) 1768

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Policemen - In 1839 county police forces were established and gradually replaced parish constables.

Jury Members

The Last court Leet held in 1732 under Lady of the Manor, Elizabeth Lambe, widow of Thorpe-le-Soken. The 12 man Jury of the Leet were:

  • James Lugar

  • Joseph Swallow

  • William Bacon

  • John Lugar

  • Edward Fisher

  • Thomas Ingram

  • Joseph Proctor

  • James Mixer

  • William Meekins

  • William Avis

  • Richard Skeete

  • William Fearis

Immoral Crimes

Illegal Crimes

Elizabethan Life - Morals & the Church Courts 

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