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1891, Martin Jackson - Unfit For Publication
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Below also see: Martin Jackson, 1901

 

Clerk of the Peace Registers 1

No. Prisoner. Offence. Date of committal.
 420  Martin Jackson  Bestiality  7th September 1891
Place of committal. Committed for trial at. When received. When sent. To whom sent.
 Port Macquarie  Port Macquarie  11 September 1891  2-12-1891  DCP Port Macquarie


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Martin Jackson, Gaol photo sheet 2

SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6054], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1891-1892, No. 5263, p. 32, R5104.


Gaol Photo Sheet - 
Transcribed Details

No. 5263

Date when Portrait was taken: 21-12-1891

Name: Martin Jackson

Native place: Norway

Year of birth: 1867

Arrived       Ship: Shinas
in Colony }   Year: 1888

Trade or occupation
previous to conviction  } Bushman

Religion: C of Eng

Education, degree of: R & W

Height: 5' 11"

Weight     On committal: 160
in lbs     } On discharge:

Colour of hair: Brown

Colour of eyes: Blue

Marks or special features: Scar on back of neck

Where and when tried: Port Macquarie,
7th October 1891 [sic–7th December 1891]

Offence: Bestiality

Sentence: 3 years PS

Remarks:

(No. of previous Portrait See Maitland photo 1210)

PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS

Where and When Offence. Sentence

 

 

 

 

Nil

 

 


 

Martin Jackson, 1901

 

Clerk of the Peace Registers 3

No. Prisoner. Offence. Date of committal.
462  Martin Jackson  Attempted Bestiality  14th September 1900
Place of committal. Committed for trial at. When received. When sent. To whom sent.
 Coonabarabran  Coonabarabran  19 November 1900  8-3-1901  DCP


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The Bligh Watchman and Coonabarabran Gazette, Wed 21 Nov 1900 4

LOCAL AND GENERAL.
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    At the local Police Court, before Mr Shaw, PM, on Wednesday last, Martin Jackson was committed for trial at the ensuing Quarter Sessions, on a charge of bestiality.
    Edward Ryan, for supplying an aboriginal with liquor at Baradine, was fined £2, costs of court 7s 4d, and 3 witnesses 14s each.
    A case of furious riding against Henry Hardy, was postponed till 12th December.
    Peace being now concluded in the black country, the appointment of Messrs WJ Sutch, PJ Garland, W Harper, and W Pincham as special constables, was cancelled.
    On Friday, the bench granted a hawker’s license to Mr Wallace Edmund White.

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The Bligh Watchman and Coonabarabran Gazette, Wed 20 Mar 1901 5

[COONABARABRAN] QUARTER SESSIONS.
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    His Honor Judge Docker opened the Court of Quarter Sessions on Monday, 13th Inst, Mr JHP Murray prosecuting for the Crown.
    There were no defended cases for the District Court. There were either verdicts by default, or arrangements made satisfactory to plaintiffs.

UNNATURAL CRIME.

    Martin Jackson, charged as above [bestiality], pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr Commins, William Woods, Francis Nelson, John Neate, and Constable O’Brien gave evidence, and the jury after nearly two hours deliberation returned a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation to mercy in consideration of accused being drunk at the time of the offence. Sentence to 12 months in Maitland goal, with hard labor. The evidence was altogether unfit for publication.

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Martin Jackson, Gaol photo sheet 6

SRNSW: NRS2327, [3/5988], Maitland Gaol photographic description book, 1875-1930, No. 1210, p. 54, R5130.


Gaol Photo Sheet - 
Transcribed Details

No. 1210
Maitland

Date when Portrait was taken: 25-4-1901

Name: Martin Jackson

Native place: Norway

Year of birth: 1871

Arrived       Ship: Shinair
in Colony }   Year: 1889

Trade or occupation
previous to conviction  } Fitter

Religion: C of E

Education, degree of: R & W

Height: 6'

Weight     On committal: 148 lbs
in lbs     } On discharge:

Colour of hair: Dark brown

Colour of eyes: Grey

Marks or special features: Large scar on nose small scar on back of left hand and round scar on inner side of left knee

(No. of previous Portrait 5263 Sydney)

PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS

Where and When Offence. Sentence

Port Macquarie

Coonabarabran Q.S  

  7

13 

12 

  3

1891

1901 

Attempt to commit buggery

Attempted Bestiality

3 years P.S.

12 months H.L.

 


1     SRNSW: NRS849, [5/3083], Clerk of the peace registers of criminal depositions received, Nov 1889-Nov 1895, p. 77, R2761.

2     SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6054], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1891-1892, No. 5263, p. 32, R5104.

3     SRNSW: NRS849, [5/3084], Clerk of the peace registers of criminal depositions received, Nov 1895-Dec1901, p. 198, R2762.

4     The Bligh Watchman and Coonabarabran Gazette, Wed 21 Nov 1900, p. 2. Emphasis added.

5     The Bligh Watchman and Coonabarabran Gazette, Wed 20 Mar 1901, p. 2. Emphasis added.

6     SRNSW: NRS2327, [3/5988], Maitland Gaol photographic description book, 1875-1930, No. 1210, p. 54, R5130.