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Spilling the Beans on the Toffs

William Cross, FSA Scot, writes about scandalous aristocratic woman, stately homes and the aristocratic families that live in them. He describes how this interest developed and reveals his methods of research which have taken him to prestigious archives, notably the Vatican Secret Archives, the Rothschild Family Archives and the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle.

In an illustrated talk the Society author William Cross will include amusing tales from his biographies of the flapper of flappers Hon. Lois Sturt, Lord Tredegar's daughter and drug fiend Hon. Gwyneth Morgan and the girl who was almost Queen of Britain, Lady Rosemary Leveson Gower and many, many others.


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Date and Time:

6 April 2016 at 7:00 pm


2 hours



Gwent Osteoporosis Group
Village Hall Llanover,

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William Cross, FSA Scot is the author of five books on Almina, 5th Countess of Carnarvon and one book on her husband Lord George Carnarvon of Tutankhamun fame. He has also written several books on the Morgans of Tredegar House, Newport, including Evan, Viscount Tredegar and Evan's wayward sister Gwyneth, whose body was fished from out of the River Thames in 1925.

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