Charlotte Moss (neé Moss)1833 - 1904
Sentence - 10 Days with Hard Labour
Born - 1833 in Ascott under Wychwood
Occupation - Farm Labourer
Religion - Church of England
Charlotte (maiden name Moss) Moss who was sentenced to ten days in prison was baptised on 24 February 1833 in Ascott.
Her parents were James and Charlotte (maiden name Hancock) Moss.
James had been born in Ascott in 1806 and Charlotte in Ramsden in 1804. They had married in 1825 in Ascott.
Charlotte Junior had four brothers, George, William, Reuben and Alfred, and one sister Frances Amelia.
Her mother died in 1838 together with her newborn son Jason. Her father James then remarried to Mary Ann Bayliss in 1840, so Charlotte had five stepbrothers, Jason, Jesse, James, Reuben and Thomas and two stepsisters, Thirza and Mary Ann.
Charlotte married William Moss on 25 May 1854 in Ascott. William was a railway plate layer and Charlotte worked as a gloveress.
They had two children, William and Hannah. Charlotte died in 1904 and was buried in Ascott.