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Sussex Daily News

Wednesday, January 10, 1894


Eastbourne Police Court

(Yesterday, before Mr. A. Mayhewe.)

DRUNK IN GROVE-ROAD. - Annie Lambert, 47, married woman, of 18 South-street, Eastbourne, was charged with being drunk and incapable in Grove-road the previous evening. - Between five and six o'clock Acting-Sergeant Hunnisett found her lying on the pavement, and as she was helplessly drunk he assisted her to the police-station, where she was detained. - Fined 5s., and allowed a week to pay.



Pete Hunnisett tells me that at the time there was a John Hunnisett, Police Sergeant, at 49 Watts Lane, Eastbourne, and that he may have been from Herstmonceux, Sussex.


(I have no known connection to any of the above.)

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