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    is dated 1835 It was used as a lockup Before a national system of policing was set up many villages had their own lockup Criminals often drunks petty thieves and those starting fights were held for a short time They were then either released or sent to a larger town for trial This one was originally managed by the publican in the inn next to it then later by the

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    repaired in 1810 It also has the inscription DO WELL AND FEAR NOT BE SOBER BE VIGILANT Before a national system of policing was set up many villages had their own lockup Criminals often drunks petty thieves and those starting fights were held for a short time They were then either released or sent to a larger town for trial They were often built as part of a complex including

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    shaped slate roof It has a weather vane added by Sir James Picton It has a number of square blind windows The one above the entrance has a small upper part open with diagonal iron bars Lockups like this were common and were used to hold petty criminals drunks and people waiting for the judge to come and send them for trial They were often built as part of a

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    Naseby Northamptonshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view of the cross in its new position at the junction of Newlands with Haslebech and Clipston roads It was removed from the churchyard in c1820 The cross itself dates back to the 1400s Notice how worn the grooves at the base are from 100s of years of people kneeling

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    Gallery Add to My Favourites The Tribunal is a late medieval town house The house was the courthouse of the abbots of Glastonbury It was used during the Monmouth Rebellion trials by Judge Jefferies The stone street front was inserted to replace a timber front This was done by Abbot Bere who was Abbot of Glastonbury from 1493 to 1521 After the Dissolution it became a house This property is

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    Favourites These village stocks date from the 18th century The posts are made from gritstone and have deep grooves for the wooden parts to slot into There are two sets of holes for arms and legs and a small wooden bench Stocks were used to punish people who were guilty of petty less serious crimes They had to sit on the bench with their arms and legs in the holes

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    North Shields who on the 31st of Jan 1781 on the Norfolk Coast with only three 3 pounders and ten Men and Boys Nobly Defended Himself Against a Cutter carrying eighteen 4 pounders and upwards of a Hundred Men Commanded by the notorious English Pirate Fall And fairly beat him off Two hours after the enemy came down upon him again When totally disabled His mate Daniel MacAuley Expiring whith

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    Hunstanton Norfolk click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This gravestone to William Green was made in 1784 Its inscription gives valuable insight into smuggling in the 18th century It reads Here be the mangled remains of poor William Green an Honest Officer of Government who in the faithful discharge of his duty was inhumanely murdered by a gang of

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