72, St. Margaret's Grove, Twickenham
At Brentford, on the 16th ult., a young man, giving the name of Charles Fitcher, of 72, St. Margaret's Grove, Twickenham, was charged, on his own confession, with stealing a silver watch, placed in his possession to repair. Police-constable Cox, 13 T, stated that while on duty at Brentford Police Station, on Friday, the prisoner entered, and said he wished to be charged for pawning a number of watches which had been left with him to clean and repair by several persons. He stated that he had lived at Twickenham for a month, and then took fifteen pawn-tickets (produced) from his pockets. These related to gold and silver watches, which had been pledged by prisoner at Hammersmith, Brentford, Hounslow, and Twickenham. Prisoner said be had pledged the watches to keep himself, as he was unable to collect debts due.—Remanded.
Source: The Watchmaker, Jeweller and Silversmith - 2nd July 1888