Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford, by A carefully researched account of a fascinating life that stretches from Lady Anne s childhood in the last days of Queen Elizabeth st, right through the reigns of James st and Charles st, to the English Civil War, the Restoration and beyond Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford Martin Dec , Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford Martin Holmes on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Anne Clifford died in , full of years and honours This is the impressive portrait of a powerful personality She lives on Proud northern lady Lady Anne Clifford, Book Get this from a library Proud northern lady Lady Anne Clifford, Martin R Holmes Lady Anne Clifford was the daughter of George Clifford, rd Earl of Cumberland and his wife, Lady Margaret Russel She married Richard Sackville, Lord Buckhurst later the nd earl of Lecture by Dr David Bostwick Lady Anne Clifford, Proud Lecture by Dr David Bostwick Lady Anne Clifford, Proud Northern Lady Loading Map Date Time Date s am am Location Bolton By Bowland Village Hall Categories Lectures On the death of George Clifford, rd Earl of Cumberland, in his only surviving child, Lady Anne, found she had been disinherited in Proud Northern Lady Martin Holmes Dec , Proud Northern Lady by Martin Holmes, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford book by Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford by Martin Rivington Holmes starting at . Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford has available editions to buy at Alibris Proud northern lady Lady Anne Clifford, Martin Proud northern lady Lady Anne Clifford, Martin Rivington Holmes on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford Proud Northern Lady Lady Anne Clifford, by Holmes, Martin Philli Co Ltd Used Good Ships from the UK Former Library book Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside % Money Back Guarantee Your purchase also supports literacy charities Buy Proud Northern Lady English Heritage Buy Proud Northern Lady from our gift range at English Heritage International and Next Day Delivery Available. Proud Northern Lady Cumbria Life Proud Northern Lady rd December Cumbria Life Arts Culture Host Lord Bragg of Wigton Robson s Choice is Lady Anne Clifford, who risked execution in the year fight for her land and castles in Westmorland before embarking on an ambitious programme of repairs and building works....
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Proud Northern Lady 1590-1676: Biography of Lady Anne Clifford Reviews
I wanted the knowledge about Lady Anne Clifford because Jim and I did a walking tour of England which included many of her castles and properties. She is an interesting person in that she fought for and won "ownership" of the properties. Normally all land and property went to the male heir or if no direct heir...entailed to a male relative. The fact that her father's will allowed for some lee way is interesting and the fact that her mother and her fought legally for her rights is amazing. She finally became the heiress of the property when she was 60...but she didn't say she was too old. She spent money and effort to rebuild the castles and properties. Did a lot to help the tenants on the lands...lots of good. It is a dry read...taken from diaries, journals, history books and other people's biographies which somehow effected her and her life. So I didn't read it in one night...but when I did read it...I found a lot for further research. I understand a little more of Oliver Cromwell and his becoming "Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland" when there was no King or Queen. Wow...wild times for the British.I'm glad that one of the owners of the B & B's we stayed at knew about the book and I found it in England and started reading it while on our walking tour. She was some strong, smart lady. Maybe too proud...but did a lot with her lands to be a go steward to future generations and some amount of just helping others...her tenants or those who could not help her in return.
Decent biography of one of English histories more colourful characters. Born in Elizabeth 1st reign and with a life story as varied and colourful as anyone at the time one wonders why her story has never made it to film or TV. Book pays a bit too much detail to the Triptych painting (and alas doesn't show it in colour)