Reuben Gould and Wm Morris

Alleged Housebreaking at Goytrey – South Wales Daily News

November 18th 1895

At Pontypool police court on Saturday, Reuben Gould and Wm. Morris were charged with housebreaking at Goytrey on the 15th November.

William Lewis, woodcutter, Goytrey said he left his house securely fastened on Monday morning. When he returned in the evening the window had been opened and a gun and two pouches taken.

Jenkin Rosser mentioned two prisoners going towards Abersychan with a gun in their possession. J Lewis said he saw the prisoners at Abersychan carrying the items produced.

They also had the flasks in their pockets.

Prisoners were committed for trial at the Assizes.


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