Petit Jurors - Hilary Term 1820


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Petit Jurors - Hilary Term 1820

Source: 1829 List A - R.G. [Royal Gazette] 6.1 Sub Series 2

(Please note that although the date on these copies is 1820, the Public Archives and Records Office have this listed under 1829)

Petit Jurors were people were who appointed to represent their community by sitting as jurors at trials. This list was compiled to make note of the number of trials each person listed below had missed during the year. Petit Juror attendance at trials was mandatory. For sake of brevity, I have not included the trial dates missed.

Robert JonesLot 49
Capt. John Moore 
James Hayden 
  
John BrownCovehead
  
Donald NicholsonOrwell
  
John FurnessVernon River
Angus McDonald 
  
Wm. IrvingCherry Valley
  
Capt. Jas. YoungHillsbro River
John Segsworth 
John Hutchison 
William Webster 
  
John ScottNorth River
  
Alex Anderson, Sen.New London
John Cousins, Sen. 
  
Malcolm McNeilCavendish
  
Jas. AitkinBay Fortune
Erasmus Davidson 
  
Alex Loring *Rustico
  
Wm. Douglas, jun.Hillsbro River
James Garret 
  
James Robins St. Peters
Chas. Saunderson, Sen. 
David McLarren 
Edward Basset * 
Robert McKay 
Andrew Coffin 
Rodk. McDonald 
  
Andrew Coffin, Sen.Savage Harbour
  
Duncan Campbell, Sen.Three Rivers
Duncan Campbell, Jun. 
  
James WoodTryon River
  
Wm. ClarkDarnley
  
Wm. SchurmanBedeque
  
John PollardTryon
  
Danl. GreenBedeque
George Green 
George Darby 
Danl. Silliker 
Joseph Silliker 
Robert Baker 
Richard Robins 
Geo. Taunton 
  
Nathan CannonLot 19
  
Dond. McGouganMalpeque
James Sinclair 
Robert Stewart 
  
Jos. BrindleCh'town
Ja. Killorn 

* - Difficult to read.


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