|First Names||Albert Isaac|
|28, St Mary's Road Walthamstow, Walthamstow Urban District, ESSEX, ENGLAND||United Kingdom||1917|
Motivation: NCF (No-Conscription Fellowship); 'Atheist'/'Agnostic'
Reason: absolutist, non-combatant
|Prison||Wormwood S. 26.4.17 to 29.8.17 to Wandsworth CP (Civil Prison); Wandsworth CP (Civil Prison) 29.8.18, 6.1.19 discharged under 1913 Illness Act, returned 19.3.19, out again 21.3.19 ; Hunger strike 4.9.18 to 7.9.18, force fed 3 times; By Jan.1919 had served 1 sentence and almost two years. Wandsworth CP (Civil Prison) - released April 1919 under two year rule|
|Central Tribunal||Central Tribunal Nos. W. 3631 Refused HOS|
|War Service||Non-NCC (Drafted into a combatant unit and disobeyed orders) Details of Court Martial: Non-NCC (Drafted into a combatant unit and disobeyed orders) 17 (R) London; CM (Court Martial) Winchester 14.4.17 - 2yrs.HL (With hard labour), Wormwood S.|
|Military Service Tribunal||MST (Military Service Tribunal) Central Tribunal at Wormwood S. 22.6.17, refused to accept HOS (The Home Office Scheme, administered by the Brace Committee) conditions|
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|The Pearce Register of British WW1 Conscientious Objectors|
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