Sergeant 14 George Diplock
17 - 24 March 1878.
|Sunday||9am - 1pm, 7pm - 11pm||Visited Railway & Green Man Inns for Inspection|
|Monday||8am - 12md, 2pm-5pm, 7pm - 12 mn|
|Tuesday||9am - 1pm, 7pm - 12mn|
|Wednesday||10am - 1pm, 5pm - 11pm|
|Thursday||8am - 1pm, 7pm - 10pm, 12mn - 3am||(Laceys Corner for Conference Point P.c. Willard)|
|Friday||1pm - 5.30pm, 7pm - 12mn|
|Saturday||8am - 1pm, 6pm - 11pm|| 10 minutes in Anchor Inn for refreshment
Visited stations at Barcombe, Laughton, Ripe, Glynde and Isfield. At visits met P.C. or reported to owner/occupier,
eg Broyle Mill - Mr Dobson, Goat Farm - Mr Blaber.
A Duty Report from
P.C. William Green
for same dates.
|Sunday||11am - 1pm, 3pm - 5pm, 6pm - 11pm|
|Monday||1.30pm - 4pm, 7pm - 10pm, 3am - 9am||(Sergeants Farm and Wellingham Style)|
|Tuesday||1pm - 5pm, 6pm - 12mn|
|Wednesday||2pm - 10pm||Went to Lewes for Pay "by order"|
|Thursday||1pm - 6pm, 7pm - 8.30pm|
|Friday||2pm - 5pm||Did not go on duty after 5pm through being unwell|
|Saturday||9am - 5pm|
Sgt Diplock worked 68 hours and P.C. Green 58 hours. These patrols would have been carried out on foot.