Herts Advertiser - April 1871

St Albans County Court

From the Herts Advertiser, 8th April 1871

Some Civil Cases

Friday, March 31

Before J. Whigham, Esq., Q.C., Judge

In most cases the press report is short and I have simply extracted the details of the parties and the subject of the dispute.

JACKSON v HARRISON

Sarah Jackson, charwoman

Mr Daniel Harrison, gentleman, Wheathampstead

8 5s 5d [wages?]

WADSWORTH v HARRISON

-- Wadsworth, innkeeper, Luton

Mr Daniel Harrison, gentleman, Wheathamstead

2 17s 6d for goods sold and delivered

SHEEHAM v MUSTO

-- Sheeham, bandmaster, Hatfield

-- Musto, teacher of music

3 4s for tuition

SANSUM v PAYNE

-- Sansum, Watercress Grower in St Michaels

-- Payne, Watercress Grower in St Michaels

10s for [accidental] damage to neighbouring watercress bed

THOMSON v RUMBALL

Maria Thomson, domestic servant

Arthur Rumball, bankrupt

4 for wages

FISH v HERRINGTON

Fish & Co, coal merchant

-- Herrington, gentleman, Redbourn

2 for coals supplied to -- Christmas but ordered by Herrington

MARTIN v STRINGER

Mr H. G. Martin, pharmaceutical chemist

Mr Stringer, saddler, Markyate

5 for rent (a Mrs King was also involved)

CAMPKIN v SILVESTER

(to be reported)

GLASSCOCK v OGBOURNE

Mrs Glasscock, grocer, Verulam Road [St Albans]

Rev W. G. Ogborne, dissenting minister

for goods sold and delivered

In re THOROGOOD

In re THOMAS YOUNG

(to be reported)

In re THOMAS THOROGOOD

First bankruptcy examination

In re WILLIAM STEVENS

Application for discharge of bankruptcy

In re DANIEL DUNHAM - ATTWOOD v HORNE

(to be reported)

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