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The Jordans of Little Compton, and the Four Shire Stone
Mr Alfred Jordan was a lengthman at the beginning of World War 2, and so was exempt from having to serve in the war because of this...
I thought you might like to see some pics I took of the Gaveston Cross, that stands where Piers Gaveston was executed. It’s a bit hard to find nowadays for ...
Paper Flowers: Mrs Delany's Warwickshire Connections
Mrs Delany was born Mary Granville in Coulston, Wiltshire, in 1700. At the age of 17, she was married off to the nearly 60 year old Alexander Pendarves, a wealthy ...
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