Wednesday, 21 March 2012

21st March 1812: Joseph Falconbridge committed to Nottingham Gaol

It was reported on 2nd April 1812 that Joseph Falconbridge, a Framework-knitter from Nottinghamshire, had been committed to Nottingham Gaol on Saturday 21st March, charged with frame-breaking at the premises of Francis Betts at Sutton-in-Ashfield on 13th November 1811.

As reported in the Derby Mercury of 2nd April 1812.

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