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Old Bailey Proceedings 1674-1913

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A number of Brickell/Brickle references have been found at this, fully searchable, web site that has captured the proceedings of the London central criminal court. http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/

A short summary of the individuals is provided here:

  1. William Brickell: a tailor living in East Smithfield in 1796,
  2. John Brickell: shopman to a Mr Isaacs, a pawnbroker in 1818
  3. John Brickell: partner of William Mill, pawnbrokers in Tottenham Court Road in 1827
  4. John Brickell: pawnbroker at 127 Tottenham Court Road; various additional references through to 1831
  5. John Longford Brickell: 1834 – and no references to pawnbrokers so may be a different person to previous John
  6. Thomas Brickell: policeman in Walthamstow in 1836
  7. Sarah Brickell: thief, transported for 7 seven years in 1837
  8. George Brickell: shopman to a Mr Dent in 1842
  9. William Brickell: policeman (M R 9) in 1877
  10. George Brickle: bigamist in 1824
  11. Martha Brickle: daughter of George and Ann Brickle (same George as bigamist above); accused of theft from George in 1834
  12. Mr Brickle: passing reference to Mr Brickle, a pawnbroker in 1834 – quite probably John Brickell?
  13. Mr Brickle: 2nd passing reference to Mr Brickle, a pawnbroker in 1834 – quite probably John Brickell?
  14. Mr Brickle: another passing reference to Mr Brickle, a pawnbroker in 1836 – quite probably John Brickell?

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