in 1839 at Bexhill, Sussex, England.
From the United Service Magazine, Volume 31
by Arthur William Alsager Pollock, 1839 Part III
(available in googlebooks)
Page 202...A more serious case of bribery soon after
occurred, where one Barrow, coal-merchant, lime-
burner and smuggler, residing at Bexhill, offered the
sum of £100 to Mr Burn, Admiralty midshipman, to be
allowed permission to land a contraband cargo upon
his station without interruption.
Page 203...Stephen Barrow, coal-merchant, lime-
burner, and farmer of Bexhill, for being a principal
party concerned in the first offence proved against
the aforesaid Henbrey, to be fined £100, be
imprisoned for nine months, and give similar security
for good behaviour in future.
|Death*||He died in January 1848 at Bexhill, Sussex, England; |
THE LONDON GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11, 1859, No. 22229. D
Pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, made in a
cause Tackle against Reeves, the creditors of Stephen Barrow,
late of Bexhill, in the county of Sussex, Farmer, who died in or
about the month of January 1848, are, by their Solicitors, on
or before the 7th March, 1859, to come in and prove their
debts, at the chambers of the Master of the Rolls, in the
Rolls-yard, Chancery-lane, Middlesex, or in default thereof
they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the
said Decree. Monday, the 14th day of March, 1859, at twelve
o'clock at noon, at the said chambers, is appointed for hearing
and adjudicating upon the claims.
- Dated this 9th day of February, 1859.1