Death, Debt and Discrimination

While researching different crimes in the Newbury area in the nineteenth century, Ros Clow became aware that the severity of the punishment meted out depended on whether the perpetrator was rich or poor.Her talk covers murder, manslaughter, fraud, bankruptcy, baby-farming and suicide.

Berkshire Family History Society, Newbury Branch.

Meetings are held at West Berkshire Museum starting at 2pm (doors open at 1.30pm) and lasting not more than two hours. Members entry free. Guests are asked to donate £3 towards costs.

Wednesday, 8 June 2022 - 7:40pm
Event location: 
West Berkshire Museum
The Wharf
RG14 5AS
United Kingdom