Death of John Nichols Thom - Illustration

England, Kent - England, Northern Europe, Southeast England, UK

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Upload date:September 06, 2015


Death of John Nichols Thom, alias Sir William Courtenay. John Nichols Tom (sometimes spelt Thom), (1799 to 31 May 1838), was a Cornish wine-merchant and maltster who re-invented himself as Sir William Courtenay, stood for parliament in Canterbury, was convicted of perjury in a smuggling case, spent three years in the Kent County Lunatic Asylum, and, following his release, gathered a small band of followers and paraded in the Kent countryside. He, along with several of his followers, was killed in a confrontation with soldiers in Bossenden Wood, in what has sometimes been called the last battle to be fought on English soil.
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