Historical Records : 1801 - 1850

 

     select     1814 : John Pluck of Bishopsgate - and two young thieves

     select     1815 : A Pluck - the Master of the Anna Baptista Adrias

     select     1816 : John Pluck of Saffron Walden - lives in a house to be sold

     select     1823 : Mr Pluckrose of Limehouse - occupies a house that is for sale

     select     1824 : Mr Pluck - advertises for a cook

     select     1824 : Henry Pluck - stops a runaway thief

     select     1824 : John Pluck -a meritorous teacher in County Wicklow gets a bonus

     select     1826 : Miss M Pluckrose - her medical problems cured at Guy's Hospital

     select     1826 : William Pluckrose [***] - is caught stealing a goose

     select     1827 : Constable Pluckrose of Wanstead

     select     1827 : John Pluck - gets a fright

     select     1827 : William Pluckrose [***] sent to Prison - for stealing a goose

     select     1827 : William Pluckrose [***] sentenced to transportation - for pocket picking

     select     1827 : The first Pluckrose [***] in Australia? - transportation confirmed

     select     1828 : The first Pluck [PL40 Tree 6] in Australia? - the story of another transportee

     select     1828 : John Pluck [PL40 Tree 6] and William Pluckrose [***] - two transportees and their money

     select     1828 : Mary Pluckrose - occupies a cottage in Bassingbourne

     select     1829 : Henry Pluckrose [PL2625 : Tree 1010] has some beef stolen

     select     1829 : Henry Pluckrose [PL2625 : Tree 1010] has some mutton stolen

     select     1830 : Henry Pluckrose [PL2625 : Tree 1010] has some beef stolen

     select     1830 : Julia Pluckrose - is paid with a counterfeit shilling

     select     1830 : Patrick Pluck of Ireland - goes to the House of Lords

     select     1831 : Patrick Pluck of Ireland - gets a date for his hearing

     select     1831 : Patrick Pluck of Ireland - wins at the House of Lords

     select     1831 : Thomas Pluckrose, publican - goes out of business

     select     1832 : Henry Pluckrose [PL2625 : Tree 1010] - imprisoned for debt

     select     1833 : Eliza Pluckrose steals some boots

     select     1834 : John Pluckrose - found guilty of stealing wood

     select     1834 : William Pluck - convicted of theft

     select     1834 : William Pluck - sentenced to transportation

     select     1836 : Edward Joseph Pluckrose [PL2158 : Tree 1012] in Debtors' Court

     select     1837 : Ann Pluckrose [PL2376 : Twig 13] - was buried in Charlton Churchyard

     select     1837-1848 : Various Bankrupt and Insolvent Plucks and Pluckroses

     select     1838 : Henry Pluckrose - in court as a witness (and victim) of assault

     select     1838 : Pluckrose v Clarke, at the Secondaries' Court

     select     1839 : James Pluckrose, butcher, [PL1950 : Tree 1010] - mentioned in the Debtors' Court

     select     1840 : Henry Pluckrose [PL2625 : Tree 1010] - in the Debtors' Court (again)

     select     1841 : Benjamin Pluck has his coat stolen

     select     1842 : Alfred Pluckrose [PL1955 : Tree 1010] - is found guilty of theft at the Old Bailey

     select     1842 : Alfred Pluckrose [PL1955 : Tree 1010] - is sentenced to seven years

     select     1842 : Thomas Pluckrose [PL1945 : Tree 1010] - is found guilty of theft at the Old Bailey

     select     1843 : Pluckrose [PL1950 : Tree 1010] - wins in the prize-fighting ring

     select     1843 : Mrs Pluck - owner of the City of Hereford public house

     select     1844 : Pluckrose - the "paramour" - a fascinating tale

     select     1845 : Mr Pluckrose - makes a contribution towards building a Sunday School

     select     1845 : Mr Pluckrose - is selling tickets for an excursion to Sheerness

     select     1845 : Daniel Pluck, Mate of the Jane Lockhart - is robbed

     select     1846 : John Pluckrose - witness at an inquest

     select     1846 : Thomas Pluckrose - charged with stealing pigeons

     select     1848 : Julia Pluckrose [PL2627 : Tree 1010] - witness to an offence of coining

     select     1848 : The Reverend Mr Plucke - plays cricket

     select     1848 : Eliza Pluckrose [PL1979 : Tree 1010] - witnesses a housebreaking

     select     1848 : C Pluck of Westminster - takes part in a Works of Art lottery

     select     1848 : Henry Pluckrose, butcher [PL2625 : Tree 1010] - a persistent debtor

     select     1848 : Edward Joseph Pluckrose [PL2158 : Tree1012] - mentioned in a Report to Parliament

     select     1849 : James Pluckrose [PL0869 : Tree1007] - will not be responsible for his wife's debts

     select     1850 : Thomas Pluckrose - seconds a vote of thanks

     select     1850 : Thomas Pluckrose [PL1360 : Tree 1006] - witness to an assault

     select     1850 : Daniel Pluck - ship's Mate

     select     1850 : Daniel Pluck - passes his Master's Examination

     select     1850 : Daniel Pluck - now has his Master's (First Class) Certificate

     select     1851 : Daniel Pluck - ship's Master

 

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