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One Wintringham’s Way

£12.99

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A collection of writings by Elizabeth Florence Waring Neale, originally Wintringham, of Searby Manor, Lincolnshire. Mrs. Neale was a pillar of the local community who was involved in the Women’s Institute, the District Nursing Association, the WVS and the Lincolnshire Local History Society. She served as a magistrate and school governor and on the Board of Caistor Hospital.

The book is divided into five sections. The first contains three talks given to the WI and other Lindsey, Lincolnshire, organisations: - Queen Elizabeth, Gardening and The Work of a Magistrate. The second is an essay, “For Cressida aged 12” on ‘Queen Elizabeth and Her Times’. The third consists of 2 articles on genealogy, ‘Amateur Genealogy – A Cruel Sport’, and a study of the origins of the Wintringham family. The fourth is a short story entitled, ‘The Windy Night’. The fifth is a collection of 26 poems.

Green colour cover. Title in gold lettering on the spine. Small marks on the front end papers

Item details

Author(s):
E. F. W. Neale
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 25.4 cm
Edition:
published 1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
83
Title:
One Wintringham’s Way or How to Spend a Lifetime Without Really Noticing

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A collection of writings by Elizabeth Florence Waring Neale, originally Wintringham, of Searby Manor, Lincolnshire. Mrs. Neale was a pillar of the local community who was involved in the Women’s Institute, the District Nursing Association, the WVS and the Lincolnshire Local History Society. She served as a magistrate and school governor and on the Board of Caistor Hospital.

The book is divided into five sections. The first contains three talks given to the WI and other Lindsey, Lincolnshire, organisations: - Queen Elizabeth, Gardening and The Work of a Magistrate. The second is an essay, “For Cressida aged 12” on ‘Queen Elizabeth and Her Times’. The third consists of 2 articles on genealogy, ‘Amateur Genealogy – A Cruel Sport’, and a study of the origins of the Wintringham family. The fourth is a short story entitled, ‘The Windy Night’. The fifth is a collection of 26 poems.

Green colour cover. Title in gold lettering on the spine. Small marks on the front end papers

Author(s):
E. F. W. Neale
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16 x 25.4 cm
Edition:
published 1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
83
Title:
One Wintringham’s Way or How to Spend a Lifetime Without Really Noticing

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