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The rear an older part of the building that remains. Photo by Neil B. Maw
The front & more recent part of the building. Photo by Neil B. Maw
Front cover of Alison Weir's book
The inside cover of Alison Weir's book
The front cover of the book
The page heading for the section on Wolfhall

Wolf Hall near Burbage

Although this building is not within our immediate vicinity, it makes for interesting reading. The main historical significance is that King Henry VIII met and possibly married his third wife, Jane Seymour, there. There is much work to be done to maintain the property and there is on-going archaeological excavations being carried out. The reader will gain much from the attachments within this listing. Also, at the Heritage Centre, we have a copy of Alison Weir's latest novel, that is based upon historical facts.

Also included with this listing is a book donated by Paul Radford. It gives information on Wolfhall, Tottenham, Savernake and the Battle of Bedwyn, by W. Maurice Adams. It's a hard cover book and is quality printed.

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