John Crawforth

My pages:

Page link: Meldreth Woman charged with Theft during a Carriage Ride, 1841
Meldreth Woman charged with Theft during a Carriage Ride, 1841
'Circumstantial evidence' not enough for a conviction
Page link: Is there no Constable in the Village?
Is there no Constable in the Village?
Magistrate expresses concern about Meldreth, 1845
Page link: Strickland v. Coleman
Strickland v. Coleman
Breach of a Promise to Marry, 1882
Page link: Parents, Truants and Attendance Officers
Parents, Truants and Attendance Officers
Keeping Meldreth's Children at School in the late 19th Century
Page link: Paupers, Workhouses and Guardians
Paupers, Workhouses and Guardians
Supporting the Poor of the Parish
Page link: Discord in the Affairs of the Parish, 1843
Discord in the Affairs of the Parish, 1843
'Great spirit of contention and religious difference' in Meldreth
Page link: 'Cutting and Maiming at Meldreth', 1842
'Cutting and Maiming at Meldreth', 1842
Labourer Attacked Former Neighbour with Reaping Hook
Page link: Inspector Ron Brooksbank (Retired)
Inspector Ron Brooksbank (Retired)
One of the last Police Sergeants to work at Melbourn
Page link: 'Unpleasant Relations at Meldreth, 1888'
'Unpleasant Relations at Meldreth, 1888'
Solicitor warns of Serious Risk of Disorder following Family Dispute
Page link: Ale House Tipplers, Unjust Measures and Refusing to Quit Licensed Premises
Ale House Tipplers, Unjust Measures and Refusing to Quit Licensed Premises
Keeping the Law in Nineteenth Century Meldreth Public Houses
Page link: Meldreth Smallpox Victim Charged with Exposure, 1877
Meldreth Smallpox Victim Charged with Exposure, 1877
Prosecution brought by Sanitary Authority Inspector of Nuisances
Page link: Dispensing Justice for Meldreth
Dispensing Justice for Meldreth
The Magistrates Court in Melbourn
Page link: Educating Meldreth - But Where?
Educating Meldreth - But Where?
Choosing a site for Meldreth School
Page link: Another Attempt at Horse Stealing
Another Attempt at Horse Stealing
'Somewhat Exciting Chase from Royston to Epping'
Page link: Surgeon 'Intoxicated and Using Abusive Language'
Surgeon 'Intoxicated and Using Abusive Language'
Refused ticket to board train at Meldreth
Page link: Desperate Struggle with and Capture of a Horse Stealer
Desperate Struggle with and Capture of a Horse Stealer
'Audacious' attempted theft at Meldreth farm, March 1878
Page link: Pecks, Bushels and Prison
Pecks, Bushels and Prison
A Meldreth breach of trust case, 1877
Page link: Ponies, Turkeys and Transportation
Ponies, Turkeys and Transportation
Punishing Rural Crime in early Nineteenth Century Meldreth
Page link: Ernest and (Samuel) Mark Pepper
Ernest and (Samuel) Mark Pepper
Meldreth Brothers in Arms in the Great War
Page link: Private Reuben Dash
Private Reuben Dash
Killed on the opening day of the Battle of the Somme, 1916
Page link: Remembering the Great War
Remembering the Great War
Meldreth Local History Group's World War 1 Exhibition, 9th November 2014
Page link: Ernest Abrey
Ernest Abrey
Meldreth Soldier killed at the Battle of Ypres, 1915
Page link: Keeping the Village Lights Down in World War 1
Keeping the Village Lights Down in World War 1
Unshaded Windows at Meldreth Gas Works on Raid Night
Page link: John Fuller
John Fuller
Meldreth man killed at the Battle of the Somme, September 1916
Page link: Thomas Harland 1887 - 1955
Thomas Harland 1887 - 1955
Meldreth soldier injured at the Battle of Mons
Page link: Jabez East
Jabez East
Meldreth Soldier who fell at the Third Battle of Ypres, 1917
Page link: Ralph Farnham
Ralph Farnham
Captain, 1st/6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
Page link: Eustace Waldock 1882 - 1951
Eustace Waldock 1882 - 1951
Meldreth labourer captured during the Great War
Page link: Herbert Dash
Herbert Dash
A Meldreth Sailor lost at the Battle of Jutland
Page link: Frederick Arthur Harrup 1892 - 1955
Frederick Arthur Harrup 1892 - 1955
Meldreth Farm Labourer who survived the Great War
Page link: A Meldreth Soldier in the Great War
A Meldreth Soldier in the Great War
Lewis Albert V Harrup 1892 - 1983
Page link: Percival William Cox 1884 - 1964
Percival William Cox 1884 - 1964
Village Blacksmith, Parish Constable and First World War Soldier
Page link: Supporting the War Effort
Supporting the War Effort
Village fund-raising during the Great War
Page link: German Prisoners of War in Meldreth
German Prisoners of War in Meldreth
Improving the River Mel
Page link: Meldreth Soldier Sent to India, 1916
Meldreth Soldier Sent to India, 1916
Sergeant Joseph Frank Thompson
Page link: A Meldreth Prisoner of War 1918
A Meldreth Prisoner of War 1918
Private Frederick Harper
Page link: Memories of the Great War
Memories of the Great War
The Late William Bill Wing (Senior) 1893-1994