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September 2003

As a boy after the Second World War (1939-1945), I remember hearing on the wireless (radio) every Friday evening, a bandleader introduce his programme with the words, “this is Henry Hall speaking”. For those who at some future time may … Continue reading

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Preface

In pursuit of England’s Kings and Queens it was inevitable that occasionally other members of their families would be encountered close by and where that has occurred (The Black Prince at Canterbury and The Queen of Scots in Westminster), they … Continue reading

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Kings and Queens of England

The peoples of these Islands can be traced far into the mists of time, progressing through stone, bronze and iron age, to produce, eventually, client kingdoms.  The Roman incursion of 55 BC gradually, but thoroughly subjugated over twenty tribes of … Continue reading

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Line of Cerdic of Wessex

Line of Cerdic of Wessex                                      Buried                                 … Continue reading

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Saxons and Danes

Saxons and Danes                                                       Buried                   … Continue reading

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House of Normandy

House of Normandy                                                                Buried           … Continue reading

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House of Plantagenet

House of Plantagenet                                                          Buried                  … Continue reading

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