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  1. DAVID SWANSON, 37, defendant name in trial of DAVID SWANSON, Deception > forgery, 5th May 1873.

    326. DAVID SWANSON (37) , to feloniously forging and uttering an acceptance to a bill of exchange for 500l., with intent to defraud.— Eighteen Months' Imprisonment. And [Pleaded guilty: See original trial image.]
  2. DONALD SWANSON, witness name in trial of EDWARD FARRIER, Theft > housebreaking, 14th January 1878.

    226. EDWARD FARRIER (35) , Breaking and entering the dwelling, house of Joseph Edward Ellson, and stealing two rings and other goods, his property. MR. DE MICHELE conducted the Prosecution. JOSEPH ELLSON . I am a schoolmaster of 46, Drummond Road, Bermonds...
  3. DONALD SWANSON, witness name in trial of CHARLES WANG, Theft > simple larceny, 27th May 1878.

    545. CHARLES WANG (31), Stealing three orders for the payment of 206l., 260l. 4s. 6d., and 37l. 19s. 6d. MR. F. H. LEWIS conducted the Prosecution; and MR. W. SLEIGH the Defence. WILLIAM COPPOCK BEAUMONT . I am a solicitor, at 23, Lincoln's Inn Fields̵...
  4. JOHN SWANSON, 47, defendant name in trial of JOHN SWANSON, Deception > perjury; JOHN SAMUELS, Deception > perjury; JAMES FARRER, Deception > perjury, 27th March 1882.

    388. JOHN SWANSON (47), JOHN SAMUELS (23), and JAMES FARRER (46) , Unlawfully conspiring to prevent the due course of justice, by inciting to the commission of perjury. MESSRS. J. P. GRAIN and TICKELL Prosecuted; MR. MONTAGU WILLIAMS Defended. WILLIAM WYLD...
  5. BRIDGET SWANSON, victim name in trial of JAMES DOOLEY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 14th September 1885.

    891. JAMES DOOLEY (20) PLEADED GUILTY ** to unlawfully wounding Bridget Swanson.— Eighteen Months' Hard Labour.
  6. DONALD SWANSON, witness name in trial of GEORGE FRANKLIN ANDERSON, Deception > fraud, 28th February 1887.

    321. GEORGE FRANKLIN ANDERSON (37) , Unlawfully obtaining from William Charles Deakin 200 dollars, and other moneys, by false pretences. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD Prosecuted. WILLIAM CHARLES DEAKIN . I live at Susquehana, in America, and am a farmer—my...
  7. DONALD SWANSON, witness name in trial of JAMES COCKS, Killing > murder; JAMES GLEAVES, Killing > murder; EDWIN WILLIAM EVANS, Killing > murder; JOHN WILLIAM WEBSTER, Killing > murder, 27th June 1887.

    718. JAMES COCKS (33), JAMES GLEAVES (25), EDWIN WILLIAM EVANS (27), and JOHN WILLIAM WEBSTER (21), were indicted for the wilful murder of one Hassin, on the high seas, within the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD Prosecuted...
  8. JOHN SWANSON, victim name in trial of JOHN EVANS, Theft > theft from a specified place, 8th January 1894.

    162. JOHN EVANS(40) [Pleaded guilty: see original trial image] , to attempting to steal money, the property of Albert Edward Staff, from a collecting box in St. Augustine's Church; also to a burglary in the dwelling house of John Swanson, with intent to st...
  9. DONALD SUTHERLAND SWANSON, witness name in trial of WALTER ARTHUR PLEYDELL, Deception > forgery; FRANCIS ALFRED BEAUMONT, Deception > forgery; JOHN CARR, Deception > forgery, 22nd July 1895.

    598. WALTER ARTHUR PLEYDELL(31), FRANCIS ALFRED BEAUMONT(55), and JOHN CARR(67) were indicted for feloniously forging circular notes for ?50 each, with intent to defraud. Second Count, for feloniously uttering the same with the like intent. MR. BESLEY, Q. ...
  10. CHARLES SWANSON, witness name in trial of CHRISTOPHER HAROLD, Breaking Peace > wounding; BERTIE HAROLD, Breaking Peace > wounding, 25th October 1897.

    693. CHRISTOPHER HAROLD (20), and BERTIE HAROLD (17) , Feloniously wounding Joseph Maloney, with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. MR. SCOTT CRICKITT Prosecuted, and MR. RANDOLPH Defended. JOSEPH MALONEY . I am employed by Mr. Mumford, Corn Dealer, Fa...