From Jackson’s Oxford Journal of 6 December 1845
BICESTER POLICE OFFICE
DECEMBER 1 – Before the Rev. A.H. Matthews and the Rev. R. Pretyman
Joseph Parker (the younger), James Hadland, Thomas Clements, William Berry, Joseph Grace, William Clements, William Barrett, Harry Walker Greenwood, John Shrowsbary, all of Bicester, were charged with having on 11th of November last, at the parish of Oddington, together with divers other persons, to the number of 100 or more, unlawfully and riotously assembled together, to disturb the peace. Committed for trial and afterwards bailed.