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Sarah Rose Edith Westwood: This old lady used three aliases and was sent for their offenses for five years in prison. Among other things they had in 1870 illegally a bottle of sherry worried and six large bottles of stout and a pound of cookies. The picture shows them on 1 April, 1893. prison of Dorchester

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Rogues gallery: Records of more than 67,000 Victorian criminals have been published on line for the first time

From the donkey thief to the drunk who wouldn't leave the pub: Criminal records of 67,000 Victorian villains published online for first time

Rogues gallery: Records of more than 67,000 Victorian criminals have been published on line for the first time

In 1873, Ezekiel Yates was convicted of stealing tobacco and was ordered to carry out a sentence of six months. | 26 Fascinating Mug Shots Of Criminals In The 1870s

In 1873, Ezekiel Yates was convicted of stealing tobacco and was ordered to carry out a sentence of six months.

In 1873, Ezekiel Yates was convicted of stealing tobacco and was ordered to carry out a sentence of six months. | 26 Fascinating Mug Shots Of Criminals In The 1870s

1890's Birmingham Gang Mugshots - The Real Peaky Blinders. A notorious Birmingham gang that had blades sewn into the peaks of their caps so they could use them as weapons.

1890's Birmingham Gang Mugshots - The Real Peaky Blinders. A notorious Birmingham gang that had blades sewn into the peaks of their caps so they could use them as weapons.

Meet William Ingham, one of Victorian Manchester’s most persistent, if not successful, serial offenders. Operating under a range of aliases including, Johnson, Evans, Aspinall Higgins and Jackson, he became very well acquainted with Manchester City Police. He spent a total of nearly 29 years in prison over a 45 year period. From the collection of the Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives. To find out more please visit www.gmpmuseum.com

Meet William Ingham, one of Victorian Manchester’s most persistent, if not successful, serial offenders. Operating under a range of aliases including, Johnson, Evans, Aspinall Higgins and Jackson, he became very well acquainted with Manchester City Police. He spent a total of nearly 29 years in prison over a 45 year period. From the collection of the Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives. To find out more please visit www.gmpmuseum.com

Frederick Benedict Muir    This mug shot comes from a police identification book believed to be  from the 1930s. It was originally found in a junk shop by a member of  the public and subsequently donated to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.  No information is available to confirm which police force compiled it  but evidence suggests it's from the Newcastle upon Tyne area.

Frederick Benedict Muir This mug shot comes from a police identification book believed to be from the 1930s. It was originally found in a junk shop by a member of the public and subsequently donated to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums. No information is available to confirm which police force compiled it but evidence suggests it's from the Newcastle upon Tyne area.

Convicted of stealing. Eileen O'Connor first appears in police records as a 'missing friend', or missing person. She is eventually arrested for stealing a wallet and is described by police with the odd epithet 'inclined to be weak'. Aged 17. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.

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Convicted of stealing. Eileen O'Connor first appears in police records as a 'missing friend', or missing person. She is eventually arrested for stealing a wallet and is described by police with the odd epithet 'inclined to be weak'. Aged 17. Part of an archive of forensic photography created by the NSW Police between 1912 and 1964.

Grave of a Protestant woman and her Catholic husband buried in different churches do to their faiths but still together. 1888

1888 durfte in Roermond, Niederlande, eine katholische Frau nicht neben ihrem protestantischen Mann begraben werden. Dies ist das Resultat.

ames Rigby: This 23-year-old soldier was on 20 November 1893 because of an equal number of thefts arrested: he had pears, a pillow insert, cloth, two cows and five sheep skins, a wallet, two doves and a rabbit stolen. And to top it all even attacked a policeman. The court sentenced him to 18 months of forced labor and two years of subsequent monitoring by the police. prison of Dorchester

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