Charge sheet (7 Apr. 1917); Manuscript Court Martial statement (16 Apr. 1917); Transfer certificate (10 July 1917); Classification certificate (20 June 1916); Press cutting (n.d.); Letter to his wife (20 Apr. 1917); manuscript letter to his wife, Doris (11 June 1917); Home Office Work Scheme certificate (n.d.); 8 concert programmes (28 July 1917-26 Sep. 1917, n.d.); Letter to Mrs Tracey from the Governor of Wormwood Scrubs (25 June 1917); Manuscript letter from his wife, Doris (13 June 1917); Certificate of exemption (18 Jan. 1917); National registration certificate (n.d.); Discharge certificate (31 Mar. 1920); Typescript minutes of Westminster & Longford monthly meeting (17 May 1917).
Sydney Tracey papers
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Administrative / Biographical History
Sydney Thornhill Tracey (b. 1894), a conscientious objector, was imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs and later employed on the Home Office Work Scheme at Dartmoor (Princetown).
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Access is unrestricted
The papers were placed in the Collection by Mrs M. Filbee (daughter). See CO/FAU Correspondence File.
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