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Waiting for Napoleon: Wormleighton's 'Dad's Army' of 1803
In August 1803 James Arnold, the Superintendent (i.e. Parish Constable) of Wormleighton compiled schedules of men willing to offer their services as volunteers when the imminently expected French invasion commenced. Wormleighton’s ...
Old Sir John Spencer of Wormleighton
In 1506, William Cope sold the manor of Wormleighton to his wife’s cousin, John Spencer of Snitterfield beginning a long association between the Spencer family and Wormleighton. John Spencer built a manor ...
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