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Name:Samuel CRIMES
Birth:bet. Apr and Jun 1852 Tarvin, Cheshire, England Baptism:5 Sep 1852 St.Andrew, Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Father:Thomas HARDING Mother:Elizabeth CRIMES
Spouse:Kate HARTWRIGHT
Marriage:22 Jan 1879 St. Oswald, Chester, Cheshire, England
Children:Ernest Byron, Albert Edward
Residence:1861 Oscroft, Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Residence:1871 46 Willington Rd., Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Residence:1879 George St., Chester, Cheshire, England
Residence:1881 Duddon, Cheshire, England
Occupation:1871 Agricultural Labourer
Occupation:1879 Labourer
Occupation:1881 Bricklayer's Labourer
Occupation:1882 Farm Labourer
Death:Nov 1885 Tarvin, Cheshire, England Burial:26 Nov 1885 St. Andrew, Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Country of last known residence:England Branch:Tarvin
Samuel's baptism record gives his parents as: "/,Elizabeth Crimes" implying that he was illegitimate.
From The Cheshire Observer of 29 July 1882: "THE TARPORLEY POACHING AFFRAY Thomas Astbury, 40, labourer; Robert Astbury, 22, labourer; James Pettinger, 38, labourer; Aaron Walker, 42, labourer; Joseph Gleaves, 24, labourer; and Samuel Crimes, 30, labourer, were indicted upon the charge of night poaching on a piece of land called Dick's Bank, in the occupation of Charles Newport, at Willington, on the 22nd May last. Crimes pleaded guilty... Crimes, who had pleaded guilty, but had used no violence, was sent to gaol for two calendar months."