Elizabeth Welbank

Female 1843 -


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  • Name  Elizabeth Welbank 
    Born  1843 
    Gender  Female 
    Note  2 Aug 1866  Ballarat Star Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Bertha Franklyne v Elizabeth Wellbanks, assault, and Elizabeth Wellbanks v Bertha Franklyne, assault. In this case the neighbours had a quarrel over a knitting-needle, when words arose, then blows; hence this case, both parties being assaulted, took out cross summonses; withdrawn.
     
    Note  28 Jun 1867  Ballarat Star Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Stealing Firewood - Elizabeth Welbank was charged with having stolen some firewood belonging to Mr Knight, brewer, Lydiard street. The prosecutor stated that he had frequently been in the habit of losing firewood, and accordingly watched the prisoner, who lived in the neighborhood, and was seen by Constable Settings with some of the wood in her possession. The prosecutor stated he did not wish to press the charge, the worth of the wood being but trifling. His only object being to put a stop to such depredations. The prisoner's husband appeared anxious for a postponement to produce evidence as to character, but Mr Cliasold obviated any necessity for such a course by discharging the prisoner, as it was her first offence, and cautioning her that if any wood was missed again, and she was found guilty, she would be severely dealt with.  
    Person ID  I1062  Welbank1
    Last Modified  2 Jun 2020 

    Father  George Welbank,   b. 1818, London Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Dec 1891, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Mary Anne Harford 
    Family ID  F277  Group Sheet