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|Charles CREWS (1789 - 1864)|
|b. 1789 at Newton Abbott, Devon, England|
|m. 25 Oct 1810 Mary BRANSCOMBE (1786 - 1875) at Highweek, Devon, England|
|d. 1864 at Islington, London, England aged 75|
|Events in Charles CREWS (1789 - 1864)'s life|
|1789||Charles CREWS was born||Newton Abbott, Devon, England|
|25 Oct 1810||21||Married Mary BRANSCOMBE (aged 24)||Highweek, Devon, England||122|
|1812||23||Birth of daughter Ann Branscombe CREWS||Newton Abbott, Devon, England|
|21 Apr 1820||31||Birth of daughter Mary Elizabeth CREWS||Newton Abbott, Devon, England||119|
|16 Aug 1822||33||Birth of daughter Jane CREWS||Newton Abbott, Devon, England||117, 119|
|1826||37||Birth of son Samuel CREWS||Newton Abbott, Devon, England|
|1829||40||Birth of son Wiiliam CREWS|
|1834||45||Birth of daughter Frances CREWS|
|1839||50||Birth of daughter Ellen CREWS||Newton Abbott, Devon, England||4, 15|
|1841||52||Schoolmaster||Woolborough, Devon, England||15|
|14 Oct 1851||62||Imprisonment||Devon, England||Note 1||82|
|1861||72||Residence||Marylebone, London, England||Note 2||13|
|1864||75||Charles CREWS died||Islington, London, England||36, 73|
|Note 1: Assaulting a police constable - 15 months
Charles Crews of Tormoham in and upon George White in execution of his Duty did make an assault. 4 Sept. Thursday.
George White: Policeman Torquay 4 Sept. was going to summon a man called Macqueen. Had information of a Robbery of Irish has discription I went after Rendall & met Pris I saw Rendall and took him in custody. I after went Crews house I saw Crews after & told him he was accused he said he had not been home I told him Mrs Ward said he had I asked him if he would go with me he said yes. The Pris knows me well. He said I was a bb Liar & so was Mrs W. He offered me the key of his house to search & he went with me he asked Mrs Ward if he had been home she said yes I told Mr White so 10 minutes ago he again offered key I refused some one opened door I went in. Crews took hold me said you B B. where's your warrant & kicked me 2 or 3 times & tried shut the door I asked him to let me go. He would not I took out my staff & said if you do not let me go I will knock your brains out. I took out staff he went on kicking me I pulled him out of house & Shaply came Pris took hold of staff & kept on kicking. Pris said Im a Police man Ill blood the B B before Im done with him I gave staff to Shaply. Pris had heavy boots with scute. Am still under medical treatment.
X: no charge has been gone into before Magistrate. He pulled a basket from under table. I had not searched any thing I do not think I had taken my hands out of my pocketts before he attacked me he said nothing about a ?congar being in the baskett it appeared to contain rags. I did not take out my staff till after struggle began. I did not sware. The Pris did not take hold of staff to stop me from hitting then he let go the door & I put the staff into my pocket it was before this he had begun to kick. We did not go back I & Shaply & searched the house by Prisoner wish but found no fish.
Elizabeth Slobridge: saw Randell & Crews at him and Sampson with some fish. Saw a man take out two fish. He went up towards where Crews was at work they had been working together.
John Shaply: assistant overseer heard noise saw White & Pris struggling in doorway of Pris house White desired Crews to let him go after they were out. Pris began to kick him I told to go quietly White had mace in hand Crews had hold of it. White was bleeding from kicks I saw kicks. Pris said to White you're Policeman & I am your master & he challenged him to fight. The kicking went on for 10 minutes
X: they were found in doorway when I first saw them.
Ann Edaworthy: 4 Sept. saw Rendall & Crews together Crews went into his front door.he had a handkerchief. 3 & 4 throw up in Rendalls cart. 10 minutes after saw Crews & White go in and come out struggling saw Crews kick him saw blood
W Rowe Jolly: 4 Sept called to White from wound in leg. The main vein was wounded.
George Sampson: lost 2 fish maid told me she saw a man take them out White came in I told him I had lost 2 fish he asked if I knew who took them I said I did not but the maid did while he was speaking to the maid. I went with White to Pris they went in. Pris gave White was going to begin to search the house White took something out of a basket about 15 fishes I could not see my particular the Pris said he should not search without a warrant Pris caught White by collar they had a struggle got out side the door White drew his mace & said he would not interrupted in his duty it was outside the hour. I did not hear what he said cant say if violently Pris kicked him very violently. I did not see him kicked before. I considered that Crews was pushing him out. When White was going out that either Crews or the other man that took the Fish. Guilty 15 months
Source: GENUKI Fulford Court Case Notes MichaelMas 1851
(Dead proud of him)
|Note 2: 8 Henry Street, living with daughter Frances Crews and garndchildren James & Edwin crews|
|13. Type: Census, Title: 1861 England Census, Auth: Ancestry.com, Publ: - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. - Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1861. Data imaged from the National Archives, London, England. The|
|- Reference = 85/31/21 (Residence)|
|15. Type: Census, Title: 1841 England Census, Auth: Ancestry.com, Publ: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Census Returns of England and Wales, 1841. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1841. Data imaged from the National|
|- Reference = HO 107/229/16 (Occupation)|
|36. Type: Death, Title: Free BMD Death Index: 1837 to 1983, Auth: Ancestry.com, Publ: - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. - General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes. London, England: General Register Office. © Crown copyright. Published by permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Office f|
|- Reference = (Death)|
|73. Type: Death, Abbr: England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1915, Title: England & Wales, FreeBMD Death Index: 1837-1915|
|- Reference = 233 Vol 1b (Death)|
|82. Type: Imprisonment, Abbr: England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892, Title: England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892|
|- Reference = 220 (Other Event)|
|122. Type: Marriage, Abbr: England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973, Title: England, Select Marriages, 1538–1973|
|- Reference = (Marriage)|
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