Author Topic: Crime In 18th-Century England - Buckinghamshire FHS January Talk At Aylesbury  (Read 1936 times)

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Crime In 18th-Century England

John T Smith will present a review of crime in England in the 18th century and the transporting of over 60,000 offenders to lands beyond the seas Ė before they were sent to Australia. Botany Bay, Van Diemenís Land and New South Wales all came later, and we know about their history, but most people havenít much idea of where we exported our Buckinghamshire felons before 1787. Come and find out!

Saturday 20th January 2018, 2pm

Turnfurlong Junior School, Turnfurlong Lane, Aylesbury HP21 7PL

Buckinghamshire Family History Society welcomes non-members to its meetings; entry is £4.

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