Caldwell [03011204]

12 January 1828: Bond by William Lawton [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, publican, [erased: William Braddock of Macclesfield hatter], Sampson Bold [signs] of Macclesfield publican and Samuel Bradshaw [signs] of Macclesfield hatter, to David Browne of Macclesfield gentleman, clerk of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £31 10s: for Lawton to appear at the next court, Monday 21 January 1828, to prosecute Samuel Henshaw and Jonathan Davenport for taking brew pan, mash tub, cooler, lot of barrels, sundries &c., tables, chairs, oven and grate &c., fender and fire irons, six beds and bedding, bedsteads &c. (worth £15 15s). Witness: Peter Browne [signs]. 12 January 1828: James Caldwell [signs] testifies to the value of the goods before Peter Browne [signs]

5 February 1908: died, at 29 Manor Road, Folkestone, Eliza widow of the late Henry Charles Caldwell, aged 84