2015 Volume Launched: Her Price is Above Pearls: Family and Farming Records of Alice Le Strange, 1617-1656

 

On Thursday 1st October we launched our 2015 volume.

”Her Price is above Pearls’ – Family and Farming Records of Alice Le Strange, 1586-1656′

which was edited by Elizabeth Griffiths

The volume was introduced in a lecture by Professor Jane Whittle of the University of Exeter.

The event was held at the Trinity Guildhall, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn
(by kind invitation of the Mayor of the Borough of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk)

More information about the volume can be found here.