I have come across this prison offence for one of my ancestors:
I have read the offence to be:
Trespass, Damaging Underwood fence
This offence was in 1844.
I understand this offence to mean that my ancestor trespassed a fence to a wooded area of some kind. I am not sure if this is what the term meant in the mid 1800s.
The sentence was one month in prison. Her husband also had children from his first wife who died. And his firstborn also had a prison sentence for stealing a loaf of bread. He had some other sentences. Life must have been hard for them.
Have I understood the offence correctly?