Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 31st August 1878.
Police Constable 15 Stonell is reprimanded for direct disobedience of orders in not removing from Blackwell Heath to his station and is severely cautioned as to his future conduct.
Signed, Job Denson, Deputy Chief Constable.
Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 21st June 1879.
Police Constable 15 Jesse Stonell is reprimanded for not giving notice according to the rules & regulations of the Force that he intended to be married. His resignation is accepted and he will be paid up to the 22nd instant inclusive but 5 days pay will be deducted, he having obtained 7 days of absence (with pay) without stating that it was for the purpose of getting married.
Signed J.C. Tyrwhitt-Drake, Chief Constable.
It must be the case that Jesse divorced his first wife (records show that he was married with one child when he joined the Bucks Constabulary in July 1870). Yet he was disciplined for not giving notice that he was getting married in 1879 which caused his resignation from the Force June 1879.