Miscellaneous references in the Newspapers and Sessions papers

 

FITCH, Albert, 'a specimen of a London Rough', charged with carrying out an assault in Poplar.   East London Observer, 1870s, C1

FITCH, Charles, an omnibus driver, in a race with a rival driver when they hit a 15 year old boy near Shoreditch church. Case heard at Worship Street Court.  Three reports in The Times, 1850s, B54

FITCH, Frederick, born.1845,from age given. Indicted for stealing 10 bottles of brandy from his employers, the London & St Katherine's Dock Company  Victoria Dock).  Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1860s, A16

FITCH, George, born. 1844, from age given. Indicted for feloniously cutting and wounding a woman (named). Very small case.   Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1870s, C19

FITCH, Henry, born about 1818, from approximate age given. Charged with assaulting a woman in an 'indecent manner' at Westminster.   The Times, 1840s, C54

FITCH, Henry, born. 1821, from age given. At Greenwich Court charged with assaulting a 13 year old girl in a barn.  The Times, 1860s, C54

FITCH, Henry, born. 1810, from age given.  Indicted for stealing the money in Plaistow, Essex. Two charges.  Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1860s, A54

FITCH, Isaac William, born.1810, from age given. A commission traveller of Upper Thames Street, indicted for embezzling his master. (reference made to previous offence and conviction,  see also William Isaac Fitch) Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1850s, A19

FITCH, Phoebe, born. 1861, from age given. Indicted for unlawfully abandoning William Fitch, a child under the age of two. The crime took place at Woolwich. Ellen Estor, sister of the accused also appears in the case. Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1880s, A54

FITCH, Samuel, born. 1866, from age given. Indicted for stealing a van and horse, goods of Albert Wilmot. Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1890s, A1

FITCH, Samuel, born.1826, from age given. Indicted for stealing bricks from a builder at Clerkenwell.    Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1840s, A1

FITCH, Thomas, in business at Bishopsgate, had property stolen, case against the accused.  Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1840s, A1

FITCH, Thomas, a groom ( employer's name and address given), charged with furious driving in Rotten Row. The Times, 1860s, C54

FITCH, William, born. 1854, from age given. Indicted for feloniously his brother in law, William Meacham of Bethnal Green.   Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1880s, B15

FITCH, William, born.1838, from age given. Indicted for stealing a gelding, prosecutor named. Very small case.  Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1860s, C16

FITCH, William Isaac, born.1811, from age given.  Indicted for embezzlement (masters named )  Sentenced to transportation. Very small case.     Old Bailey Sessions Papers, 1840s, C19

FITCH'S Timber Yard, Brixton - FIRE, 24th April 1877 (Times, Page 10 Col A)

FITCH, H J, Fitch's Wholesale Stationer, 9 St. Mary Axe - FIRE, 5th December 1879 (Times, Page 6 Col E)  

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