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Hertfordshire Who Lies Beneath?

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A collection of stories behind some of the most interesting and most famous graves, burials and memorials in Hertfordshire's churchyards and cemeteries.

From the grave of Mrs Humphry Ward - last of the great Victorians - in Aldbury churchyard to Nicholas Hawksworth assistant to Sir Christopher Wren and architect of Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace who is buried at Shenley, author Margaret Ward takes the reader on a journey through Hertfordshire's churchyards and provides the story behind the gravestones. Other lives include Harold Abrahams winner of the 100 metres Gold Medal at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris who is buried at Great Amwell; John Briant bell founder buried at Hertford All Saints; William Faulconer, amateur stage coach driver who died in 1928 and is buried at Langleybury; William Harvey who sailed on three voyages with Captain Cook buried at Little Hadham and Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury who is buried in the grounds of St. Alban's Abbey.

A5 (softcover) 96 pages

Author: Margaret Ward

ISBN 9781846742101

£7.99
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