Criminal Registers, England & Wales, 1791–1892

  • Middlesex, Old Bailey, September Session, 1827
    Thomas Sackett, 28, robbery on a person, death.
  • Middlesex, Old Bailey, September Session, 1828
    John Willm Sackett als John Williams, 32, larceny, acquitted, not guilty.
  • Kent, Borough of Dover and its Liberties, Quarter Session, 14 October 1850
    Sarah Ann Kemp alias Sarah Ann Sackett, larceny on dwelling house to the value of 5, acquitted, not guilty.
  • Kent, Borough of Dover, Quarter Session, 12 October 1855
    Stephen Setterfield Sackett, larceny by servant, 2 months' imprisonment.
  • Surrey, Newington, Quarter Session, 17 September 1860
    Thomas Sackett, larceny on a navigable river, imprisonment three calr months' hard labour and three years in a Reformatory.
  • Middlesex, Clerkenwell, General Session, 28 September 1868
    George Sackett, larceny and receiving, acquitted.
  • Middlesex, Clerkenwell, General Quarter Session, 7 October 1872
    Henry Sackett, larceny and receiving, 14 days' imprisonment & 12 strokes with a birch rod.

Source:
Website England & Wales Criminal Registers, 17911892 (Ancestry.co.uk) (http://www.ancestry.co.uk). (Researched by Chris Sackett).