The Gascoigne Ladies at War

Pauline Robson

Yorkshire & Humber
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
14th May 2022
WW1 | Ww2

The Gascoignes of Lotherton Hall were very patriotic and Col. Gascoigne was a great military soldier. This talks tells of the work done by the Gascoigne ladies and their staff during WW1 and WW11.

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About Pauline Robson

I have a BA (Hons) degree in History and am an active local historian. I have been Editor of the Barwick-in-Elmet Historical Society's journal for fourteen years. My main area of historical interest is the Gascoigne Family who lived at Lotherton Hall. I have co-written a book about the Gascoignes and their chauffeur (he outlived all the Gascoignes whom he worked for) entitled 'The Spirit of Lotherton'. I am also an experienced family historian.

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