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All Saints' Church, Foulden
Foulden is a village in the Breckland district of Norfolk.

LGBT history

In April 1827, two people, Philip Newton and William Rice, were acquitted of having used threats to accuse William James Bartlett, a carpenter of Foulden, of having committed an unnatural crime.[1]

References

  1. Norfolk Assize News, 7 April 1827. Quoted in Rictor Norton, Homosexuality in Nineteenth-Century England