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Bailiff's son: the life of Jack Sears

Bailiff's son: the life of Jack Sears

Frith, Brenda

This work looks at the life of Jack Sears, born in the 19th century. He was the son of a bailiff and grew up on a private country estate. He eventually left to take up an apprenticeship with a gardener, before working on various estates. He volunteered for service in the Great War, where he was held as a PoW until its end

Book. English.
Large print ed.
Published Oxford: ISIS, 2006
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Brenda Frith
ISBN: 0753193515, 9780753193518
Physical Description: 181p ; 24 cm.
Series: Reminiscence
Subject: Gardeners Great Britain Biography.; Large type books.; Sears, Jack.