Some history on Hallow in the county of Worcestershire
"Edward Gardener, Parkfield, Hallow, was summoned by William Scott for assaulting him at South Hallow on March 24. Mr.
Matthews appeared for the complainant and Mr. Beauchamp for the defendant. The evidence showed that complainant, with two friends, was riding to Worcester down the
Hallow Road on March 24. When near the end of the Martley Road complainant alleged that defendant stepped into the road and caught hold of complainant's arm,
upset him from the machine, and his fall caused one of his friends to fall. Defendant would not give his name for a long time. Thomas Magness gave similar
evidence, also did Charles Jacobs, who asked to be allowed to affirm, as he was an Agnostic. Mr. Beauchamp contended that the assault arose from an accident,
and the evidence for the defence was to that effect. But the Bench considered the case proved, and fined defendant 10s., and costs, 22s."
"Alleged Assault On A Cyclist"
Worcestershire Chronicle : April 4th 1891 Page 6