Was the lady floating? The Murders by George Joseph Smith - Talk by Charlie Guy

‘1912-1914. George V is King, in a pre-war Britain which had enjoyed almost a century of peace and prosperity amidst the glory days of the Industrial Revolution. In a time of unparalleled social movement, three men were married: Oliver George Love, George Rose Smith, and Charles Oliver James. These three grooms all had two things in common: they were all the same man, and they were all soon to be widowed. Bessie Mundy, Alice Burnham, Margaret Lofty – the Brides in the Bath.’

Come along to this illustrated talk by Charlie Guy MA

Places are limited so please book by phoning 01942 828128 or emailing wiganmuseum@wigan.gov.uk

Date and time

Thursday 16th May, 2019

1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location

Museum of Wigan Life

Library Street

Wigan

WN1 1NU

Pricing info

£3.00 including tea/coffee

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Thu 16th May, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Was the lady floating? The Murders by George Joseph Smith - Talk by Charlie Guy

Museum of Wigan Life