Aquilla Sharp, for want of sureties to kepp the peace towards his wife, Elisabeth Sharp
May 7, before the Revs. J. Wilson, B. Beridge, and J. Tunnard, Major Moore, Major Hopkins, and the Revs. C. F. Newmarch, C. Avery Moore, and G. Coltman.
Rt Hewis Bloxham, Boston, labourer, was brought up in custody of p. c. Bulley charged with threatening to murder his father-in-law, Aquilla Sharp, of Skirbeck. Ordered to find two sureties to keep the peace towards Sharp for 6 months in 10l. each, and himself in 201. He was also charged with breaking the windows in the house of his father-in-law, but this charge was not pressed against him.
and on the 15th, Matilda, daughter of Aquilla Sharp, gardener, of Skirbeck
Aquilla Sharp, Skirbeck, was charged with allowing her ass to stray upon the highway. Fined 9s 6d, costs included.