Retford Lock Up

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Overview

Nation   England

County   Nottinghamshire

Location   unknown  Retford

Map location   in the vicinity

Year opened   unknown

Year closed   unknown

Century of Operation   1800-1899

Building Type   Unknown

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ARCHIVES

Archive name: Nottinghamshire Archives

Catalogue ref: C/QACP/5/4/575

Collection: Nottinghamshire Quarter Sessions

Description: Letter about reports of visiting JPs and prison inspectors

Dates: 1837


Archive name: Nottinghamshire Archives

Catalogue ref: C/QACP/5/4/854

Collection: Nottinghamshire Quarter Sessions

Description: Letter from Town Clerk of Retford with request for county help towards providing a new lock-up

Dates: 1837


Archive name: Nottinghamshire Archives

Catalogue ref: C/QACP/5/4

Collection: Nottinghamshire Quarter Sessions

Description: Correspondence, reports, minutes and orders including some material relating to prison at Retford

Dates: 1806-1843


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