‘In goode and perfect remembraunce’: life and death in 16th Century Wiltshire

By Alex Craven

Issue 25, Summer 2012 pp 23-25

“Wills can reveal a great deal more to us than the material value of the dead. As Alex Craven argues here, wills also shed light on some of the ways in which national changes in religious practice impacted upon the lives of women and men in sixteenth century Wiltshire”.

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