This article first appeared in British Heritage magazine in the February issue. They applaud good losers with more relish than ostentatious winners, and celebrate momentous defeats like the charge of the Light Brigade with as much honour as any great victory. So it is hardly surprising that larger-than-life, unsavoury characters capture the popular imagination more than William Pitt the Younger, Charles Darwin, or John and Charles Wesley. Dick Turpin provides a good example. Most people think of him as a daring highwayman who made a dashing ride from London to York on his faithful mare, Black Bess, in less than 24 hours.
Dick Turpin: Facts and Information About the Famous Highwayman
Dick Turpin: Facts and Information About the Famous Highwayman - Primary Facts
Here are some facts about Dick Turpin, the English highwayman. Dick Turpin was born in the early 18th century as Richard Turpin. His father was John Turpin, a small scale farmer from Essex. It is thought that Dick Turpin was an apprentice butcher. He opened his own butchers shop after completing his apprenticeship. He began to steal livestock, but was caught trying to take two oxen and he was forced to flee.
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Crime and Punishment Quiz 1
Fourteenth century Early in the century, a Franciscan friar stated sarcastically that in fortunate England there were no actual robbers. There are various well-documented cases of gentlemen who engaged in highway robbery and other violent property crimes. The Dominican preacher John de Bromyard complained that England was more crime-ridden than any other country.
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