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lords of christchurch 1331-1480s

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After years of research, well known local historian David Eels tells the story of the Montacute earls of Salisbury and their lineal descendants through marriage who bore the surnames of Neville and Plantagenet. This book demonstrates how much local history can be linked to prominent people and important events in our national history. Paperback signed by the author on the inside first page. Book is sound. Very slight bumping on top and bottom spine edges. All the corners are slightly bent and there are indentation marks on the front and back cover. All the pages inside are clean , unmarked and in unread condition.

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Author(s):
David Eels
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
9781897887066
Publisher:
Natula publications
Title:
Lords of Christchurch 1331-1480s

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After years of research, well known local historian David Eels tells the story of the Montacute earls of Salisbury and their lineal descendants through marriage who bore the surnames of Neville and Plantagenet. This book demonstrates how much local history can be linked to prominent people and important events in our national history. Paperback signed by the author on the inside first page. Book is sound. Very slight bumping on top and bottom spine edges. All the corners are slightly bent and there are indentation marks on the front and back cover. All the pages inside are clean , unmarked and in unread condition.

PLU:
0
Author(s):
David Eels
Condition:
Used: good
ISBN-10:
9781897887066
Publisher:
Natula publications
Title:
Lords of Christchurch 1331-1480s

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