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A Social History of Woodchurch

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A Social History of Woodchurch is the latest publication from the Woodchurch Ancestry Group. This carefully-researched and chronologically-arranged 122-page A4 book begins with an account of the church and justice in the 13th century and ends with a chapter on the prisoner of war camp that was set up in the village towards the end of the Second World War for captured Italian and German servicemen. In between, there are sections on Tudor Woodchurch, witchcraft, local businesses, medical care, the village green, sports and pastimes, shops and shopping, farming, occupations and domestic service, clothing, Woodchurch clubs and societies, childhood and much more. Each chapter is extensively illustrated with images from the Woodchurch Village Life Museum photographic collection and other sources. Brief biographies of well-known and not-so-well-known villagers appear throughout the book to put some of the historical events into a more personal context.

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Please make out your cheque (in sterling and drawn on a UK bank) to G Samson and send your order to 8 Firtree Close, Rough Common, CANTERBURY, Kent CT2 9DB. UK postal orders also accepted.

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