The History of Bodily Punishments and Transportation
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1808 Mary Holmes was detained in Ripon House of Correction, tried & 'found to be a rogue & vagabond.' She was taken to Kirby Hill vagrant depot to be sent back her 'place of legal settlement.' @Police_Gazette @BD1policemuseum @BritPoliceHist @ourcriminalpast @RiponTogether
Phase 1 of our store move completed on schedule thanks to sterling work from the whole heritage team. Bring on the roller-racking! #museumgeeks #nowforasitdown #SquadGoals #ExploreYourArchive #SaturdayThoughts3
In 1871 Ripon #Yorkshire magistrates appointed 'Annie Ada Smyth as schoolmistress at the House of Correction, at a salary of £1 per quarter.
' 3 years later they advetised for a male warder. @Police_Gazette @BD1policemuseum @BritPoliceHist @ourcriminalpast @RiponTogether
Congratulations to Natalie Craig who graduated last July from our History programme at Edge Hill University. She has been awarded the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire's undergraduate dissertation prize for her work on Lancaster Moor Asylum!!
@nidderdaleuk @Pateley_Bridge @ourcriminalpast J. Keighley Snowden, one time 'Keighley News' journalist, wrote two books about Jack Sinkler, Nidderdale Poacher. 'King Jack' 1914, 'Jack The Outlaw' 1926. Snowden talked to Sinkler over three years to get his story. @nidderdaleuk @Pateley_Bridge @ourcriminalpast @KeighleyLHS2
Did you enjoy the start to series two of the On The Record podcast?
Follow up with more medieval goodness about the Peasants' Revolt, England's first popular uprising on the blog today: http://socsi.in/KsUcI
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A selection of menus for children taken from a leaflet entitled 'The feeding of children from one to five years' which was published by the Ministry of Health in March 1942. From the National Union of Railwaymen archive. https://cdm21047.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/health/id/1506/rec/15 #historyoffood #historyofhealth4
The Examination Letter for John Shore, who eventually worked on the 1888 Whitechapel Murder Case (aka Jack the Ripper) as an Inspector, before retiring as Supt from Scotland Yard in 1896 becoming Pinkerton Agent for London. His descendant is a resident of Leicestershire.
Shown on a tour today: plan of the Quaker Workhouse on River Street, #Bristol, surveyed in 1861 - exciting to see 19th century hand-coloured plans in such pristine condition #behindthescenes #archivetours (Catalogue: http://archives.bristol.gov.uk/Record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=SF%2fPl%2f18) ^et/ad