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|MarieCeleste||Report||1 Dec 2012 19:55|
The Yorkshire Gazette dated 13 December 1862 reports that a Robert Noddles, labourer of Kilham, stole 17lb of beef, pork and suet. A man left it on a bench in an inn and he swiped it. He denied the theft but the meat was found in a bedroom at his home. Committed for trial.
|MarieCeleste||Report||1 Dec 2012 20:10|
This might relate to one of the newspaper articles: