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Nottingham and the Penrich Rising of 1817

In the Footsteps of the Pentrich Rebels of 1817: (Ambergate) Length & Grading: the Rising was planned and where rebels visited on the march to Nottingham.

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21 Jun 2017 ... The Pentrich uprising: revolution and counter-revolution in 19th century Britain. ... But on 9 June 1817 over 200 armed workers marched from there towards ... 3,000 attended the funeral of an executed Nottingham Luddite.

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The Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group - Home Page. The Pentrich rising was an armed uprising in 1817 that began around the village of (The Nottingham Captain), set out from South Wingfield to march to Nottingham. History - Pentrich Rebellion The men of the Derbyshire village of Pentrich formed themselves into an armed force in 1817 and marched towards Nottingham expecting to be part of a Why was there an uprising at this time and why did the “Regenerators” of Pentrich think 

4 Jun 2019 Eventbrite - Transnational Radical Film Cultures Conference presents Nottingham Radical City Walk (part of the Transnational Radical Film  Sunday 5 November 2017 – Charter of the Forest 800 5 Nov 2017 There are plans to establish a gas field across Nottinghamshire and of her ancestors took part in the Pentrich Rising of 1817 when several  Sunday 22 September - Autumn Footprints In the Footsteps of the Pentrich Rebels of 1817: (Ambergate) places where the Rising was planned and where rebels visited on the march to Nottingham. Nottinghamshire history > Articles > Notts Villages: Kimberley 5 Apr 2008 Nottingham Road and Main Street, Kimberley, c.1910.. More riots occurred during the Pentrich rising of 1817 when a mob under "Captain"