The following entry is Henry Chase who was arrested in October 1908 and charged with assault which took place during an attempt to ‘rush’ the House of Commons. Henry was arrested alongside Winifred Bray, Elizabeth Billing, and Kathleen Browne, to name a few of the around forty detained.
In court, evidence was given that Henry had been ‘very violent’ while attempting to break through a police cordon. Found guilty, he was fined a total of £25 and bound over to keep the peace for one year; in the alternative, he was imprisoned for six weeks.
There are sufficient details to trace Henry any further.
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