Search records

Jane Batty

Epithet: Date of confinement: 8 or 9 July 1890 at 6.10pm

Record type: Castle Rushen Gaol Registers

Biography: On board of the steamer Queen Victoria passenger steamer plying between Liverpool and Douglas steal from the person of Florence Davis one half sovereign in gold seventeen shillings and sixpence in silver four pence & one half-penny in copper current coin of the realm and one half of a return ticket by the said steamer a key a watch key and a purse and on the same occasion on board of the same steamer did steal from the person of Persis Sears a passenger a leather purse containing one pound six shillings in silver and one penny and two farthings in copper current coin of the realm also at the said time and place and on board of the same steamer did steal from Ann Payton wife of John Paton and Susan Tyler certain other articles and money.. Age: 28. Committed by: William Sayle (Officer's Number: 11). Term of imprisonment/fine: 4 calendar months hard labour. Money belonging to prisoner: . Person receiving back property: [blank]. Date of discharge: 13 November 1890. Sentenced on 14 July 1890. Marital status: Married. Literacy: Reads and writes. Religion: Protestant. Weight: [blank]. Weight on arrival: 9st 2lb 4oz. Weight on discharge: 8st 10lb 8oz. (MS 09672/1/2, fol.162)

Gender: Female


Optional, not displayed

Manx National Heritage (MNH) will always put you in control of the information we send you. Read our privacy policy