Charles Staley

Police Officer's Record of Service
Full Name Charles STALEY
Date Appointed 23rd August 1863 (as PC 53)
Collar Number 53 & 67
Date of Discharge 4th July 1864 (as PC 53).
Promotions

Appointed 3rd Class Constable 23rd August 1863 (as PC 53)

Promoted to 2nd Class Constable 14th March 1864 (as PC 53)

Appointed 3rd Class Constable 1st November 1864 (as PC 67)

Promoted to 2nd Class Constable 3rd July 1865 (as PC 67)

Postings

Posted to Wendover (C) 17th September 1863 (as PC 53)

Posted to Aston Clinton (C) 25th February 1864 (as PC 53)

Posted to Stoke Goldington 3rd December 1864 (as PC 67)

Remarks
Age
Height
Visage
Complexion
Eyes
Hair
Marks
Build
Born
Trade
Status
Children
Residence
Army Service
Police Service
27 Years (as PC 53) - 28 (as PC 67)
Five feet Eleven inches
Long
Swarthy
Hazel
Black
Incise wound on left arm
Proportionate
Curbridge, Witney, Oxfordshire
Labourer
Single
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Standlake near Witney
Royal Lt. Fusiliers for four years leaving on the 8th July 1856.
Bucks Constabulary leaving on the 4th July 1864
Notes:-

Chief Constable’s Office, Aylesbury, 4th July 1864.

Police Constable 53 Charles Staley is allowed to resign by permission of Chief Constable.

Signed W.H. Carter, Chief Constable.

Chief Constable’s Office, Aylesbury, 13th May1867.

Police Constable 67 Charles Staley is allowed to resign by permission of Chief Constable.

Signed W.H. Carter, Chief Constable.


**Records on this officer are complete**

Details were taken from the ‘Record of Service’ and ‘General Order’ books


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