Court of Great Sessions 1543 to 1830

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Revision as of 01:17, 1 August 2008

These courts heard criminal, civil and equity cases in Wales.

Contents

Content

  • Accused
    1. Name
    2. Parish
    3. County
    4. Status
  • Offence
  • Location
    1. Parish
    2. County
    3. Date
  • Prosecutor
  • Plea
  • Verdict
  • File number
  • Document number
  • Other documents

Before using this record, know this

  • name of a person to search for
  • approximate time period
  • county name

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  • Item 2
  • Item 3

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  • Item 2
  • Item 3

How to search the record

Visit the National Library of Wales website and search the Crime and Punishment database.

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