These articles brings to a conclusion Henry’s arrest for burglary, which can be found here.
SNEINTON: THE ROBBERY AT THE “SIR ROBERT PEEL ARMS”
Henry Sharpe and Henry Savage, remanded from Wednesday on a charge of stealing the sum of £40 from the house of Mr. Doughty, landlord of the Sir Robert Peel public house, Sneinton, were again placed at the bar. Mr Palethorpe, superintendent of police, reiterated the evidence he gave on a former occasion, and stated the money had not been found. The bench thought it a case of suspicion, but there was no evidence to convict the prisoners. They were consequently discharged.
Looks like they got lucky this time.
Here are the second instances of Henry being in the Newspapers. Given what more is to come, I have a hard time believing that he kept his nose clean for the 9 years between this article and the last. Maybe he behaved himself for a [...]
As yet, this seems to be the first record of Henry Savage, born in 1825, that I can find. I found a few articles from different papers, seems they each had the same or similar info. PREVENTION OF A PRIZE FIGHT Henry Savage was brought [...]
Albert Savage, born 8 Jun 1913. Father, Alfred Savage Mother, Agnes Savage formerly Waterfield Address, 62 Bovill Street We see that Alfred is now a "General Labourer" vs an Upholsterer that was listed in 1906. Bovill St is near the corner of Alfreton Rd & [...]
Agnes Savage was born 7 June 1911. Father, Alfred Savage Mother, Agnes Savage Address, 1 Manchester Cottages, Denman Street The second daughter of Alfred & Agnes is Agnes Savage Certificate lists Alfred as a Sand Paperer. Not sure about what happens to Agnes. I found [...]
Annie Savage was born 19 August 1916. Father, Alfred Savage Mother, Agnes Savage formerly Waterfield Address, 4 Milton Place I believe this is the earliest record I have of them at that address. Alfred is listed as a Furniture Packer. Annie is another mystery. There [...]