3 February 1712 Holme Upon Spalding Moor, Yorkshire, England
Arrested for taking part in the militea riots and for a few years later was charged at the Beverley Quarter sessions with breaching the Eastrington pinfold along with William Smith.
13 August 1757 at Howden, East Riding, Yorkshire and possibly at other places, there were public Riots against a rumoured plan to raise a local Militea to serve abroad. Henry, possibly with others, was involved in unhorsing the High Sherif. The Authorities were fearful of a National uprising similar to the French Revolution and did nothing for a while to let things calm down. In December 1757 Henry was arrested as an example. He was held in York Prison awaiting trial in the Assize Court which was held about every 3 months. On 13 March 1758 the Court convened. Henry and others were charged. The charges were minor and Henry was imprisoned for two months and fined 1 shilling.
11 February 1764 Discharged charged sum of 20 pounds levied upon him for goods and chattels lands and Tenaments and his succesors if Henry defaulted. Henry had to appear at the next General Quarter Sessions of the peace at Beverley, East Riding, Yorkshire to answer a Bill of Indictment found against him for a pound breach.
1 May 1764 Fined for breaking and entering and leaving with two Mares belonging to Francis Turner
Blacksmith at Eastrington, Yorkshire
23 September 1782 Released the Blacksmith business and farm land lease
Ann WAINMAN 22 May 1749 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England
17 April 1796 Eastrington, Yorkshire, England
17 April 1796 Old Churchyard, Eastrington, East Riding, Yorkshire, England
Henry THOMAS and Ann WAINMAN