Book Review Rutland Local History & Record Society Researching Rutland	Registered Charity No 700273
Elizabeth Mann Langham Village History Group ISBN 978-1-907097-04-1 pp 15 - £2.50 (www.langhaminrutland.org.uk) The Group’s latest publication entitled Three Women of 17th century Langham has been written by its youngest member, Elizabeth Mann. Liz-has based her booklet on the researched facts about Eme Tomlinson, Grace Fracey and Luce Briscoe, each of a different social class, who lived in Langham in the 1600s. Around this she has woven a story of what their lives would have been like as daughters, wives, mothers and widows. The booklet is illustrated by Brenda Witcomb.
Three Women of 17th century Langham
Book Review
Elizabeth Mann Langham Village History Group ISBN 978-1-907097-04-1 pp 15 - £2.50 (www.langhaminrutland.org.uk) The Group’s latest publication entitled Three Women of 17th century Langham has been written by its youngest member, Elizabeth Mann. Liz-has based her booklet on the researched facts about Eme Tomlinson, Grace Fracey and Luce Briscoe, each of a different social class, who lived in Langham in the 1600s. Around this she has woven a story of what their lives would have been like as daughters, wives, mothers and widows. The booklet is illustrated by Brenda Witcomb.
Three Women of 17th century Langham
Researching Rutland	Registered Charity No 700273
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