war of the roses

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war of the roses

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we are looking for a re-enactment society near gloucester

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Post by KedlestonCraig »

Why don't you pop over to the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival today and have a look there :)
I'm still alive - just spending time with my wife and daughter :-)

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Throckmortons, Ormonds, Woodvilles (all over the place but the captain-D.R. is in Swindon.)
Strangley not the Glouscters- but then he was generally hated by people in the West.

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I dont know if you have seen this thread : http://livinghistory.co.uk/forums/viewt ... 30&t=21954
Maybe you and foamcow can join a group and learn together.

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