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Ann Lydia TILLIDUFF

Female 1813 - Yes, date unknown


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  • Name Ann Lydia TILLIDUFF 
    Born 20 Sep 1813 
    Christened 14 Oct 1813  Parish Church, St Ann, Blackfriars, Middlesex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Criminal 8 Apr 1844  Old Bailey, London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 1044. ANN TILLIDUFF was indicted for stealing 3 half-sovereigns, the monies of Daniel Cloves, her master.
      DANIEL CLOVES. I live at Oliver's terrace, East Bromley. The prisoner was in my service two years and a half, as under-housemaid—on the 5th of April I missed three half-sovereigns from my dressing-table—I called my sister who fetched the prisoner form the room above—I sent for a policeman, and said I would have her searched—she said, she hoped the policeman would not search her, she had no objection to my two sisters searching her—after they had retired, my sister called out, that she had found one half-sovereign.
      Cross-examined by Mr. DOANE Q. Was this money loose in your dressing-room? A. Yes—I had occasion to leave my room for two minutes, and, on my return, these had been abstracted—I had twenty nine half sovereigns loose on the dressing-table—I am quite certain three were missing—I had counted them, in consequence of losing money on the Wednesday previous.
      MARY CARTER . I am sister of Mr. Cloves. I went up stairs and found the prisoner in my room—she asked me to search her, instead of the police-man—I
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      went with her into the next room—in taking off her dress, she was a long while in taking one hand out of the sleeve, and she kept her hand closed—I said, "Ann, you have something in your hand"—she changed it into the other hand, and brought that hand forward—I said, "Put both hands forward"—something fell from her—I said, "That is the half-sovereign"—she said, "No, it is the sixpence which I told you I had"—she had previously said, she only had sixpence—I picked it up, and it was a half-sovereign—I went with her into the drawing-room, and saw the policeman take two more half-sovereigns from her hair at the back of her head.
      HENRY MILSTEE (police-constable K 208.) I found two half-sovereigns in the prisoner's hair behind—she had a cap on over it—she said nothing.
      GUILTY . Aged 30


      1045. ANN TILLIDUFF was again indicted for stealing 1 watch, value 7l., and 2 seals, 1l.; the goods of Daniel Cloves, her master.
      DANIEL CLOVES . I directed the policeman to search the prisoner's room, and he produced this watch and two seals—I recognized the seals immediately, as my property—I do not recognize the watch from its outward appearance—I missed a hunting-watch, with the name of Haley and Percival, London, in it—it had had a fall—the dial-plate was broken—it would not go, and I had put it in a drawer twelve months ago.
      Cross-examined by MR. DOANE. Q. This is a lady's watch? A. Yes—my watch had two gold cases—this has one—mine had a white face—I do not know the number of my watch—I am certain of the seals.
      JAMES HOLMES , watchmaker, Domingo-street, St. Luke's. I fancy I have some recollection of this watch was brought to me by the prisoner's brother—it had then two gold cases—it was very much bruised and dilapidated, as if it was not good for much, very much injured from service—I put a new case to it, and a new dial—I charged 3l. for it, with the old gold cases—I took no account of the maker's name—I cannot swear positively that this is the watch.
      MR. CLOVES re-examined. The seals are gold, I know nothing of the ring—the seals were not on it when I lost it.
      HENRY MILSTEE (policeman.) I found the watch in a drawer, which the prisoner said was hers.
      Cross-examined. Q. Was it locked? A. No.
      GUILTY of stealing the Seals. Aged 30.—Recommended to mercy by the Prosecutor.— Confined One Year
    Ann Tilliduff
    Ann Tilliduff
    Proceedings of the Central Criminal Court, 8th April 1844
    Living 30 Nov 1845  15 Green Street, Bethnal Green, Middlesex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died Yes, date unknown 
    Person ID I30180  1. Essex Ennevers
    Last Modified 12 Feb 2013 

    Father Joseph TILLIDUFF,   Born:  1787/8,   Died:  Yes, date unknown 
    Mother Elizabeth Surry PRUDDEN,   Born:  1784/5,   Died:  Yes, date unknown 
    Married 6 May 1810  St Botolph without Aldersgate, City of London Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Joseph Tilliduff & Elizabeth Surry Prudden
    Joseph Tilliduff & Elizabeth Surry Prudden
    Parish register
    Family ID F4412  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family (spouse) William Francis VAUGHAN,   Died:  Yes, date unknown 
    Married 30 Nov 1845  Church of St John, Bethnal Green, Middlesex Find all individuals with events at this location 
    William Francis Vaughan & Ann Lydia Tilliduff
    William Francis Vaughan & Ann Lydia Tilliduff
    Parish register
    Family ID F9623  Family Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsChristened - 14 Oct 1813 - Parish Church, St Ann, Blackfriars, Middlesex Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCriminal - 8 Apr 1844 - Old Bailey, London Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsLiving - 30 Nov 1845 - 15 Green Street, Bethnal Green, Middlesex Link to Google Earth
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