Sibfords History Society – Digging into the Vicar’s diaries

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Why Florence? Where is Malacru? What is a Jarzy wheel? Whose story should we believe – the priest’s or the maidservant’s? Did Juno deserve her dreadful fate? These are just some of the questions that will be considered in Tim Huckvale’s talk about his ongoing project of transcribing the diaries of the Reverend Edward Stevens, Vicar of Sibford towards the end of the 19th century.

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