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It would appear that while there were numerous prisoners of a 'local' nature, ie.
in a jail close to home, there were also those individuals who were in jails a long way from their family homes; persons who could not adapt to the harsh life, constant labor and ill treatment they may have experienced on the pioneer family farm, and made their way to towns where they start over, often ending up on the wrong side of the law.
The would have received its prisoners from Oshawa in the east, through Pickering, and the northern townships of Old Ontario county.
This database (at present) includes records from the old Newcastle District (Cobourg) Gaol, the Whitby (Ontario County) Gaol, the Hastings County (Belleville) Gaol, the Home District (York, Peel, Ontario Counties) Gaol, the York - Peel County Gaol, the Woodstock (Oxford County) Gaol, the Welland County Gaol, the Lennox-Addington County Gaol at Napanee, the Lincoln County Gaol at St.
Unfortunately the ages of prisoners are not recorded until 1841 for the Home District gaol.
The Home District jail register does record those classified as 'lunatics', pre-dating by four years the beginning of official insane asylum records in Toronto.
Following his release he wrote a memoir of sorts on his 'ordeal' and conditions inside the prison..a pretty picture.
Brown described the rascality practised by soulless creditors, crafty lawyers, plundering sheriffs, heartless bailiffs, 'brutal' jailors and turnkeys, and gouty judges.
His straw bed was ' a pillow of ease for the heads of dirty, drunken, spewing vagrants.' He described the peppery appearance of the blankets...covered with crawling and nimble-footed fleas.