Name Willows WRIGHT Born Abt 1841 Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, England Gender Male Criminal 25 Jul 1888 Convicted of: Unlawfully and carnally knowing Annie Johnson, a girl of 14 years at Derby on 21 Apr 1888.
Sentenced to 18 months hard labour.
Bailed 2 Aug 1888.
Criminal conviction Sheffield Independent 12 Dec 1888
The case was reported here some months later..
Died 1919 Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England Person ID / Tree I7612 Tree: My Genealogy Last Modified 1 Nov 2014
Family Information Spouse/Partner Sarah MOODY
b. Abt 1839, Place: Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire, England
Married 25 Oct 1864 Tamworth, Staffordshire, England  Children 1. Charles Newbold WRIGHT
b. Abt 1866, Place: Derby, Derbyshire, England
d. 22 Apr 1954, Place: Staffordshire, England
2. Thomas Willows WRIGHT
b. 21 Dec 1866, Place: Derby, Derbyshire, England
3. Alfred Willows Horatio WRIGHT
b. Abt 1870, Place: Derby, Derbyshire, England
Last Modified 1 Nov 2014 Family ID F1811 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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Painted by his son, Charles Newbold Wright
Derby Mercury 23 Nov 1880
Willows was also interested in national politics..
Derby Daily Telegraph 21 Feb 1882
Willows proposed a vote of thanks after a presentation on the subject of Primates given at the Museum. He clearly did not agree with the theories of evolution proposed by Darwin!
Derby Daily Telegraph 8 Nov 1883
Willows had attended a lecture on extending higher education to the working classes. He proposed the formation of an Artisans University Education Extension Society for Derby and explained the potential benefits.
Derby Mercury 1 Oct 1884
Willows had attended a lecture on the subject of the French Revolution, held at the St James Hall.
Derby Daily Telegraph 19 Jun 1885
Willows at a meeting of the Derby Mechanics Institution
Derby Daily Telegraph 27 Nov 1886
Willows was ordered to contribute 3s 6d per week to the maintenance of his elderly parents
His salary as a Foreman Smith at the Britannia Foundry was reported at 3 guineas per week.
Derby Mercury 14 Sept 1887
Willows attended the annual dinner of the Beaconsfield Angling Club, September 1887