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The , in Toronto, very likely received most of its prisoners from the growing city of Toronto itself, as well as from York County, Peel County, Simcoe County and some townships of Old Ontario County. Records begin in 1837, with the uprising bringing in many prisoners accused of treason. Larceny (theft) was a major problem, as it is in many neighborhoods today. Many of the prisoners were repeat drunks, prostitutes and vagrants. blankets, 6 brooms, towelling, 2 ash boxes, 2 large water casks. Sylvester Brown, an American lumberman from Rochester, was held as a 'debtor' at the Chatham jail for eighteen months in late 1850's. A February, 1834, list of supplies received from Benjamin Throop included 21 lb.

The Newcastle District Jail register recorded name, age, native of, crime charged with, by whom committed, education, ie reading/writing, date of committment, sentence, date of discharge, conduct in jail/remarks. Catharines, the Brockville (Johnstown District) Gaol, the Chatham (Kent County) Gaol, the Halton County Gaol at Milton, the Kitchener (Waterloo County) Gaol, the Windsor (Essex County) Gaol, the Owen Sound (Grey County) Gaol, the Picton (Prince Edward County) Gaol, the Stratford (Perth County) Gaol, the Cayuga in Haldimand County, the Brampton (York-Peel County) Gaol, the Victoria County (Lindsay) Gaol and the Guelph (Wellington County) Gaol. These District or County Jails received their inmates from fairly large geographical regions. As for the , it seems likely that the prison population likely mirrored the population of the rising city of Toronto as a whole - immigrants, as well as many sons and daughters of pioneer settlers of other regions, 'escapees' from life on the farm! The York - Peel County Jail register recorded name, age, birthplace, date of imprisonment, by whom committed, offences, date of sentence, court (type), sentence, when discharged, and how discharged.

The Newcastle District Jail register recorded name, age, native of, crime charged with, by whom committed, education, ie reading/writing, date of committment, sentence, date of discharge, conduct in jail/remarks.

Catharines, the Brockville (Johnstown District) Gaol, the Chatham (Kent County) Gaol, the Halton County Gaol at Milton, the Kitchener (Waterloo County) Gaol, the Windsor (Essex County) Gaol, the Owen Sound (Grey County) Gaol, the Picton (Prince Edward County) Gaol, the Stratford (Perth County) Gaol, the Cayuga in Haldimand County, the Brampton (York-Peel County) Gaol, the Victoria County (Lindsay) Gaol and the Guelph (Wellington County) Gaol.

These District or County Jails received their inmates from fairly large geographical regions.

As for the , it seems likely that the prison population likely mirrored the population of the rising city of Toronto as a whole - immigrants, as well as many sons and daughters of pioneer settlers of other regions, 'escapees' from life on the farm!

The York - Peel County Jail register recorded name, age, birthplace, date of imprisonment, by whom committed, offences, date of sentence, court (type), sentence, when discharged, and how discharged.

The would have received its prisoners from Oshawa in the east, through Pickering, and the northern townships of Old Ontario county.