Hastings Bourne Street Lock Up

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Overview

Nation   England

County   Sussex

Location   unknown  Hastings

Map location   in the vicinity

Year opened   unknown

Year closed   unknown

Century of Operation   1800-1899

Building Type   Unknown

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ARCHIVES

Archive name: East Sussex Record Office

Catalogue ref: DH/B 136/1020

Collection: Hastings Borough Council

Description: Letter from J[ohn] Ford Mackinzie, borough surveyor, Hastings to Hastings Corporation estimating that it will cost £450 to alter the old lock up (the former town gaol)

Dates: 1862


Archive name: East Sussex Record Office

Catalogue ref: DH/B 136/1062-1063

Collection: Hastings Borough Council

Description: Tracings of proposed alterations to the Hastings lock-up by J[ohn] Ford Mackenzie, showing the front elevation, chapel floor and female ward floor, ground floor, first and second male ward floors

Dates: 1862


Archive name: East Sussex Record Office

Catalogue ref: DH/B 136/1032

Collection: Hastings Borough Council

Description: Report of the special Gaol Committee of the Hastings Watch Committee having viewed the former gaol, which since 1856 has been used as a lock up, they recommend the alterations which would save the borough £200-300 per year

Dates: 1862


Archive name: East Sussex Record Office

Catalogue ref: DH/B 145/39

Collection: Hastings Borough Council

Description: Printed set of rules and regulations to be observed in the lock-up at Hastings, certified by G. Grey, Whitehall

Dates: 1856


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