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50% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Bedford Gaol and House of Correction Records
Bedford Gaol and House of Correction Records The building and upkeep of Houses of Correction, indistinguishable from the County Gaol which was the responsibility of the sheriff, became the responsibility of the justices of the peace by virtue of an Act of 1575 - 76.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
49% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Diary of the Governor of Bedford Prison
The Diary of the Governor of Bedford Prison It is interesting to compare the account of the last days of William Worlsey in the Bedfordshire Mercury with the diary kept by the Governor of Bedford Prison, Robert Evan Roberts.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
43% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Thieves at Saint Marys
Thieves at Saint Marys The following report appeared in the Bedfordshire Times on the 23rd October 1860. These he affixed to printed forms, supplying the necessary information as to the age, height, and general appearances of the men, and sent them to the governors of different gaols in the kingdom.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
28% Brief History of Bedford
Browser does not support script. The Norman Conquest after 1066 led to the building of Bedford Castle on a large site to the north-east of the town bridge, which may also have existed at this time. He published The State of the Prisons in 1777 and travelled abroad as well as throughout England.
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28% Offenders in the community
Browser does not support script. Local data collected by the provider for low and medium risk offenders in the community suggests the physical and emotional needs of service users are as follows:. Chaotic lifestyles as a barrier to access.
Bedford Borough Council

 
26% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Execution of William Worsley
The Execution of William Worsley The Bedfordshire Mercury of 31st March 1868 detailed the execution of William Worsley thus: . who was of course somewhat excited in his manner. "WILLIAM WORSLEY". At about ten minutes to eight the wretched man was conducted from his cell on the upper storey to the vestibule of the chapel adjacent, and there submitted to the operation of pinioning by...
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
26% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Evidence of Levi Welch
The Evidence of Levi Welch Levi Welch [QGV10/4/150]. I then went back, and the man was laying on the left side of the road, on his back. The doctor came then. We parted between six and seven in the morning. I have been in Saint Alban's gaol once;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
26% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: The Aftermath of the Round Green Murder Trial
The Aftermath of the Round Green Murder Trial The Bedfordshire Mercury of 31st March 1868 reported thus on the aftermath of the trial of William Worsley:. On Wednesday afternoon the wretched man was visited by his wife, two of his brothers with their wives, another brother, and a niece, who stayed with him for a length of time in the presence of the Governor.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
26% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Editorial on the Round Green Murder
Editorial on the Round Green Murder The Bedfordshire Mercury of 31st March 1868 had extensive coverage of the trial of the killers of William Bradberry. Previous to their committal Worsley and Welch made statements respecting the occurrence, and, as is frequently the case, criminated each other.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
26% Bedford Prison: Information - About Bedfordshire Libraries - Bedfordshire's Virtual Library
Search, Request. Library Books, Music. E-Resources Local & Family. Help Listen Bedford Prison. Fax:. Opening Hours Monday. 9:00am - 11:00am 2:00pm - 4:00pm. 9:00am - 11:00am 2:00pm - 4:00pm. One Off Closures:.
 

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