GREGORY James George

Posted on: October 14th, 2016 by webfooted
1864 & 65 Ellbroad Street, St Philip’s parish (PPR).
1867 27 Apr. ‘James Gregory, a married man, and an employee at Mr Ellis’s pottery, was charged with indecent exposure and assaulting a respectable young woman, named Agnes Mansfield. The complainant, who lives in Redcross Street, stated that at about ten o’clock on Tuesday night she was in Redcross Street, near the Rose and Crown public house, when she perceived the prisoner standing on the pavement with his clothes disarranged. He caught her round the waist and dragged her towards him. She succeeded in getting away, and he then ran off.  In his defence, the accused admitted catching hold of the complainant, but he denied any indecent intent. Fines 40s and costs, or in default a month’s imprisonment’ (Bristol Mercury).
Wife Eliza
James Charles, born 13 Mar 1864, bapt 31 Jul 1864 (PPR), Mary Eliza, born 6 May 1865, bapt 23 Jul 1865 (PPR)

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