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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is violent theft and decade is 1840s

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  1. JOSEPH KEMP, Violent Theft > robbery; PHILIP SAMPSON, Violent Theft > robbery, 25th October 1841.

    2569. JOSEPH KEMP and PHILIP SAMPSON were indicted for that they, on the 4th of July, upon George Noble, feloniously did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear, and danger of his life, and stealing from his person, and against his will, 1 watch, val...
  2. WILLIAM STRINGER, Violent Theft > robbery; CHARLES NEWSTEAD, unknown, 22nd August 1842.

    2500. WILLIAM STRINGER, alias William Fitzgerald, alias Cales Bill , and CHARLES NEWSTEAD, alias William Newton Smithson, alias Nell Gwynn , were indicted for feloniously assaulting John Ellis Churchill, on the 11th of August, with intent to rob him; and t...
  3. WILLIAM CURTIS, Violent Theft > robbery; SARAH BENNETT, Violent Theft > robbery; LOUISA GROVES, Violent Theft > robbery, 10th June 1844.

    1575. WILLIAM CURTIS, alias John Johnson , SARAH BENNETT , and LOUISA GROVES , were indicted for robbery on Azere Desire Le Boullenger, putting him in fear, and taking from his person 1 box, value 2d.; 5 sovereigns, 1 half sovereign, 2 half crowns, 22 shil...
  4. JEREMIAH MAHONEY, Violent Theft > robbery, 1st July 1844.

    1830. JEREMIAH MAHONEY, alias James Connor , was indicted for assaulting Jacob Peady, with a felonious attempt to rob him. JACOB PEADY . I am a general dealer in fish and fruit, and live in Glass house yard, Gravel lane, near Black friars road—I had ...
  5. SAMUEL HOLE, Violent Theft > robbery; JOHN GODFREY, Violent Theft > robbery, 11th May 1846.

    1024. SAMUEL HOLE and JOHN GODFREY, alias William Warboys , were indicted for assaulting Ann Evatt, putting her in fear and danger of her life, and stealing from her person, and against her will, 1 pocket book, value 6d.; and 1 reticule, 6d.; her goods; to...
  6. JOHN COGGS, Violent Theft > robbery, 20th September 1847.

    2157. JOHN COGGS alias O'CONNOR was indicted for a robbery on Robert Brailey, putting him in fear, and stealing from his person and against his will, 1 scarf, value 3s.; 1 handkerchief, 3s.; and 3 pence, his property:—2nd COUNT, for feloniously threa...