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Philip Hooper

Epithet: Date of confinement: 27 February at 1.40pm

Record type: Castle Rushen Gaol Registers

Biography: An aggravated assault. 9th March 1889 found guilty of committing an assault and beating his wife Mary Ann Hooper. Age: 36. Committed by: Thomas Shimmin (Officer's Number: Sergeant). Term of imprisonment/fine: Fined 20/- with 28/- costs or 14 days hard labour and it is hereby ordered that the said Philip Hooper be further imprisoned until he enter into a Bond at the Rolls Office to our Sovereign Lady the Queen in the final sum of twenty pounds with two sufficient sureties in the sum of fifteen pounds each that he shall and will keep the peace and be of good behaviour to all Her Majesty's subjects and more particularly to his wife Mary Ann Hooper for the space of six months. Money belonging to prisoner: One half penny. Person receiving back property: Phillip Hooper. Date of discharge: 22 March 1889. Entered into Bonds in the Rolls Office & discharged. Remanded to Tuesday next at 11.30 o'clock at the Court House Castle Rushen. 22 March 1889 Entered into Bonds in the Rolls Office and discharged. Marital status: Married. Literacy: Reads and writes. Religion: Protestant. Weight: 10st 10lb 4oz. Weight on arrival: [blank]. Weight on discharge: [blank]. (MS 09672/1/2, fol.39)

Gender: Male


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