Battle of Worcester Society Talk: The Story of Henry Norwood – Royalist Dragoon During the 1646 Siege of Worcester
Sharon Himes is author of Cavalier’s Adventure: The Story of Henry Norwood, and is the final speaker in the Battle of Worcester Society‘s 2019 Civil War Nights programme.
The talks take place in the historic Great Hall of The Commandery where seating is limited, so we would advise pre-booking for all talks.
The Commandery Cafe will remain open from 5pm until the talk starts should you wish to arrive early.
About the Speaker
Sharon Himes visits The Commandery from her home of Worcester County, Maryland in the USA. Cavalier’s Adventure: The Story of Henry Norwood traces the story of Norwood’s adventures and travels, which included the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia in 1650. Himes also illustrated the book with pen and ink drawings, and maps of the various areas he traveled.
To book your tickets, please visit the Battle of Worcester Society website.
Free for Commandery Members
Booking essential to secure your front row seat. Members please book through The Commandery by visiting the front desk or calling 01905 361821.
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Organised by the Battle of Worcester Society and hosted by The Commandery.