Records released under Freedom of Information in July 2005 - Page 3 of 5

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This table lists the individual records opened in July 2005 as a result of Freedom of Information requests. In a small number of cases, the record will appear in the subsequent month’s list because action to update the Catalogue, and enable direct ordering, has not been completed.

Catalogue ref. Date Description
Crime
PCOM 8/52 1920-1921 FIELD, Jack Alfred at Lewes on 17 December 1920
PCOM 8/54 1925-1926 FISHER, John at Birmingham on 4 December 1925
PCOM 8/55 1912-1926 FITZGIBBONS, George at Central Criminal Court (CCC) on 14 May 1912 (commuted)
PCOM 8/56 1922 FOWLER, Frank at Lincoln on 26 October 1922
PCOM 8/51 1925 FOWLER, Lawrence at Leeds on 31 July 1925
Documentary Films
INF 6/1745 1983 Children with Special Educational Needs
Employment
LAB 109/29 1975 Jan 01 - 1979 Dec 31 Employment agencies (private): including Federation of Personnel Services of Great Britain
Foreign Office
FO 1004/159 1951-1962 Sigmund, Miroslav
FO 1004/160 1951-1962 Krejcir, Mrs A.M. (née Sigmund)
Home Office
HO 144/12050 1926-1930 DISTURBANCES: General Strike, May 1926: records of emergency proceedings and convictions and Home Office circulars; conduct of magistrates; amnesty for persons in prison for offences under Emergency Regulations; deputation to Lord Birkenhead
HO 144/20177 1935 Dec 23-1936 June 12 CRIMINAL CASES: BRYANT, Charlotte Convicted at Dorchester on 30 May 1936 for murder and sentenced to death
HO 144/20178 1936 June 23-July 15 CRIMINAL CASES: BRYANT, Charlotte Convicted at Dorchester on 30 May 1936 for murder and sentenced to death
HO 144/20179 1935-1936 CRIMINAL CASES: BRYANT, Charlotte Convicted at Dorchester on 30 May 1936 for murder and sentenced to death
HO 144/20180 1935-1936 CRIMINAL CASES: BRYANT, Charlotte Convicted at Dorchester on 30 May 1936 for murder and sentenced to death
HO 144/21198 1924 Apr 17-1927 Apr 8 CHILDREN: Children in Home Office schools suffering from after-effects of encephalitis lethargica (sleepy sickness)
HO 144/21964 1932-1944 IRELAND: Northern Ireland disturbances: relations between Protestants and Catholics
HO 144/22146 1939-1945 IRELAND: James Pierce McGuinness, member of the Irish Republican Army: expulsion under the Prevention of Violence (Temporary Provisions) Act, 1939
HO 144/22314 1923-1936 POLICE: Criticism of police methods in obtaining evidence in cases of club convictions
HO 144/22358 1925 CRIMINAL: Ray Cohen: convicted of procuring her own abortion and sentenced to 6 months hard labour; sentence remitted by 2 months after petition
HO 144/22430 1934-1936 PUBLICATIONS: Indecent literature: various causes and correspondence