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Great Staughton and its people by Anthony Withers, Chapter 28

2000 Years of English History.

This book is about the remarkable people from this modest Huntingdonshire village who, over the past two millennia of England’s history, exercised power and influence both locally and on the national stage. The book gives a detailed biography of each of these characters, setting their lives in the wider context of English history from the time of the Romans to the present day.

An introduction to Chapter 28: Rev. Watson's talented sons

The author of the first History of Great Staughton had three talented sons, two of whom are described in this chapter. The third will feature in the chapter devoted to the First World War.

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NEXT WEEK: Chapter 29: Staughton Manor Railway Station

The next chapter of the book will be uploaded to the website on Monday April 3

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Sir Charles Gordon-Watson

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