Just looking at HMP Wakefield prison records on Ancestry and next to a prisoner's name there is a large red star stickered onto the page, also a red asterisk scribbled at the end of the entry. It's a long shot, but does anyone know what this might mean? It appears only very occasionally next to a prisoner's name, in this case one of my ancestors, so I'm intrigued. It was obviously quite significant at the time but I can't imagine what for. West Yorkshire England Prison Records, HMP Wakefield, Nominal Register, 1906 May-July - and the image is numbered 275.