These are the Gawthrop (& variant) referances in the quarter sessions records for Histon in Cambridgeshire, England.
1764, Epiphany - This day Thms Williamson brought into court a bond dated 17th October last, under the hands and seals of Jonathan Forward Sydonham and Moses Israel Fonscur of London Merchants for transporting of Richard Gawthrope to some of his majesties plantations in America, which is ordered to be filed. (Transported to American Colonies for seven years for Grand Larceny - trial at the assizes)
1812, Michaelmas - Richard Gawthrop, Labourer of Histon, committed to house of correction for 14 days and whipped for grand larceny and felony.
1813, Epiphany - Richard Gawthrop, Labourer of Histon, whipped for destroying fences of Mr Taylor of Histon and also committed to house of correction for one month with hard labour for having in his possession diverse poles, nails, etc.
1841, Easter - John Gaulthrop, Labourer of Histon fined 2\6d and 5\- costs for assaulting William Cuaries at Histon
1846, Epiphany - Henry Gaulthorpe, Labourer of Histon recieved a private whipping for Larceny.
1853, Epiphany - Robert Gaultrop fined 1\- and 8\- costs for assaulting Harriet Easy at Milton
1860, Michaelmas - David Gaulthrope fined 1\- and 7\7d costs for tresspassing in search of game at Westwick
1860, Michaelmas - John Gaulthrope fined 1\- and 7\7d costs for tresspassing in search of game at Westwick
1885, Easter - John Gaulthrop fined 2\6d = 11\- costs for being disorderly In a Public House
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