Those seeking family history connections
should treat this section with caution! Here are recorded the misdemeanours
of villagers and the subsequent punishments meted out by the courts.
Here are also records of civil actions, debtors and bankruptcies.
Total: 101 artefacts returned over 5 pages
| Loughborough workhouse-master from Quorn sent for trial, January 1939|
Loughborough Monitor, January 19th 1939
Former Loughborough Workhouse-Master Sent For ...... cont.
| 1834 letter from Ann Carter, Quorn, to the Mayor of New York|
In 2015 a letter came up for sale which was written in 1834 by 43 year old Ann Carter ...... cont.
| An Obstreperous Nun in Quorn!|
An Obstreperous Nun
Edinburgh Evening News – Friday 25th December 1885
At ...... cont.
| Animosity to Cyclists - 1896|
Loughborough Herald - 5th November 1896
William Richardson, butcher, Quorn, pleaded ...... cont.
| Nineteen years character gone|
Loughborough Herald - 24th May 1917
Richard Footit, signalman, Quorn, was summoned ...... cont.
| List of Parish Constables – Quorn 1784 to 1835|
This list was taken from the Quorndon Vestry Meeting minute book. Vestry Meetings were an ...... cont.
| Administration Order - 1915|
Loughborough Herald - 2nd December 1915
At the Loughborough County Court on Tuesday ...... cont.
| Obscene language at Quorn|
Loughborough Echo - 7th September 1928
PC Cave, giving evidence against Joseph ...... cont.
| Rabbit v Ferret - 1926|
Loughborough Echo - 26th March 1926
Harold James, Station Road, Quorn, sued Walter ...... cont.
| Hay and Straw Dealer's Affairs - 1905|
Loughborough Herald - 28th September 1905
Re Ernest Henry Ward, residing at Mansfield ...... cont.
| Attempted wife murder by Quorndon man - 1870|
Loughborough Advertiser - 13th October 1870
On Monday a shocking attempt was made to ...... cont.
| Furious driving at Quorn - 1899|
Loughborough Herald - 13th July 1899
Wednesday – Before Rev R Burton (in the chair), ...... cont.
| Soldiers fined for taking army truck - 1953|
Loughborough Monitor - 26th June 1953
Two Quorn soldiers who drove away an Army truck ...... cont.
| Theft of bones - 1881|
Birmingham Daily Post - January 6th 1881
On Tuesday at the Quarter Sessions, William ...... cont.
| Alleged attempted suicide at Quorn - 1897|
A very sad tale - resulting in a custodial sentence.
Loughborough Herald - 28th ...... cont.
| Petty Sessions. Quorn man steals - 1918|
Loughborough Herald - 28th February 1918
Walter Worker, farm labourer, Quorn, was ...... cont.
| Tell-tale letters - 1919|
Loughborough Herald - 12th June 1919
Thomas William Smith, labourer, Great Casterton, ...... cont.
| Theft at Quorn - 1899|
Loughborough Monitor and Herald
Ann Keyte, widow, of no fixed abode, was charged with ...... cont.
| Quorndon Association for the Prosecution of Felons|
During the 1700s, there was no police force and it was victims and private individuals ...... cont.
| Obscene Language at Quorn|
Loughborough Herald - 22nd October 1896
Charles Marden, painter, Quorn, pleaded guilty ...... cont.
| An excise offence - 1898|
Loughborough Herald - January 27th 1898
Wednesday – Before Rev R Burton (in the ...... cont.
| Theft of maypole - 1772|
This very old article in the Derby Mercury comes from a time when 's' was written as ...... cont.
| Taking rooks - 1830|
Derby Mercury - 5th May 1830
Thursday, two boys under twelve years old, ...... cont.
| Murder most foul - 1885|
Birmingham Daily Post - 19th August 1885
Murder most foul
A man named George ...... cont.
| Assault Charges, March 1930|
Loughborough Echo - 7th March 1930
Percy Botwright, theatrical manager, 8 Saxby ...... cont.