Fighting – A Family Affair – Drunk

September 1892

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 09 September 1892


Michael Lane, sinker, of Conisborough, and William Broke miner of Denaby, were each bound over to keep the peace for six months for fighting at Conisborough on the 20th ult.

James McCoy was fine 20 shillings for being drunk and disorderly at the same time and place.

A Family Affair

Mary Ann Froggatt, of Denaby, was fined 30 shillings including costs, for refusing to quit the Mason’s Arms, Mexborough, on the first inst.


Thomas Williams was fined 10 shillings, including costs for being drunk at Conisborough on the 27th ult.