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Norfolk Record Society Est.1930

Patron: His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, KG, GCVO

First an industrial scientist and then a historian, Alan Mackley's research has focused on landed estates, families, and their houses.  He published, with Richard Wilson, Creating Paradise. The Building of  the English Country House, 1660-1870. For the society he has edited the letters of John Buxton and co-edited John Patteson's Grand Tour correspondence.  He is now working on a volume for the Suffolk Records Society concerning a battle between church restorers and preservationists, led by William Morris, in nineteenth-century Blythburgh. He has contributed to a number of TV and radio programmes and is active in community radio.

Health and Hygiene in Early Modern Norwich (Book Dust Jacket)

Alan Mackley BA, BSc, PhD