On Sunday 19th May 1816, actions against threshing machines took place in both Norfolk & Suffolk.
In the morning at Hockham in Norfolk, 100 labourers assembled at the premises of a farmer, Mr. Wells in Hockham. Wells rented a threshing machine from a William Burlingham, and the labourers assembled there proceeded to drag the machine onto the main road and demolished it.
On the same day at Hundon in Suffolk, a crowd destroyed 2 threshing machines belonging to a Mr. Kemp.
This information is from the Bury & Norwich Post of 29th May 1816 & the Norfolk Chronicle of 20th July 1816.