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Francis Nunn Convicted

Francis Nunn convicted for damaging a tree in Wickhambrook, committed to Bury Gaol for 14 days.

The Bury and Norwich Post ; or Suffolk and Norfolk Telegraph ; Essex, Cambridge and Ely Intelligencer.

[9th June 1830]

COMMITTED  TO BURY GAOL.- William Carter and John Gent, (by H. J. Oakes, Esq.) charged with stealing five ducks, the property of Mr Augstine Durrant, of Bury.- Charles Goodrich, (by the Rev. G. Boldero) convicted of refusing to work, whereby he is become chargeable to Elmswell, to be imprisoned for 21 days.
- Francis Nunn, (by the Rev. J. T. Hand) convicted of damaging a tree growing on the premises of George Goldsmith, of Wickhambrook, and refusing to pay 20s. for penalty and costs, is committed for 14 days.- John Smith, (by H. J. Oakes, Esq.) convicted of an act of vagrancy in Bury, to be imprisoned one month.

PlaceBury, Suffolk, England
Latitude52.248726
Longitude0.7059329999999591
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