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‘A decidedly neat speech’ — 4 Comments

  1. How very difficult it must have been for Catherine to lose two husbands less than 10 years after the marriage. I look forward to the next saga in Catherine’s life.

  2. Researching the ‘public’ lives of women can be difficult but really rewarding. I note the mention of Dr Lilian Violet Cooper who was the focus of research I did over the past couple of years. I look forward to reading more about Catherine. Great post, Sue.

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed your story Sue albiet with two sad periods for Catherine, and look forward to the next post. Yes, as Pauline mentions, I recalled that she had researched Dr Lilian Cooper a little while ago.