|Newspaper|| Published 15 Apr 1809 in the Oxford Journal. |
Yesterday at our City Sessions holden before William Elias Taunton, jun. Esq. the Recorder, Mr Alderman Parsons, the Mayor, and the other Magistrates, Elizabeth Furnee was convicted of stealing a cheese, the property of Messrs Bridgewater and Sheen, and was sentenced to be imprisoned three calendar months.1
|Research Note||Do not yet know who this is. There is an Elizabeth, wife of Joseph, in Oxford who would have been about 60 years of age when this event took place.|
|Last Edited||24 May 2013|
- Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), 15 April 1809, page 3. Image accessed online at Find My Past.