From Somerset, came to London (Clapham) to make his living but remained loyal to rural workers and the Josph Archs new union
" It would appear," Bert Wellstead recalls, " that Arch had a man named Mitchell to assist him and the farmers spread all sorts of tales about this man, and told their men what fools they were to keep this man in a soft job. . . .
Wednesday, 21 February 2007
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