JONES William

Posted on: October 15th, 2016 by webfooted

The son of Jacob Jones of Olveston, Gloucestershire, labourer (A).

1758 29 Nov. He was apprenticed to William Taylor with £10, the gift of the Gloucestershire Society (A, Ao).
1761 22 Jan. He stood surety of £20 ‘for Craddock’ to appear at the next Tolzey Court (BRO Wooden Box, 1761, Bundle 21 No.1a).
1765 23 Dec. ‘Wm Jones Potter £20, James Powell Accountant and John Saul Potter £10 each for the appearance of the said Wm Jones at the next sess. to Answer to all such matters and things as shall be alleged against him by one Samuel Holloway …’ (T).
1766 19 Mar. ‘William Jones Potter £40, James Powell accountant, John Saul Potter £20 each, for the appearance of the said William Jones at the next sessions to prosecute Traverse on a Bill of Indictment found agt him for a Misdemeanor …’ (T; BRO Wooden Box 1765, Bundle 10 No.1).


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