British Death Sentences

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Sometimes newspaper reports are the only remaining record of an event.

These are lists of British death sentences – this is not a definitive inventory. If you can find the name you are searching please make contact.

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Please use this form to find your ancestors in the news. If I discover any information in the archive I will send you the news reports by email as attachments.
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The best way to see the past is to look inside the news. I can search British local, national and international news items published in UK national, regional and local newspapers between the 1800’s to the early 20th century.

Old British newspapers are invaluable. A real treasure trove. Revealing the real lives of our ancestors.  Apart from births, deaths, obituaries and marriages they expose every possible aspect of life as it really was. Court proceedings, police activity, probate, bankruptcy, sport – even garden parties!

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