Rosemary L Caldicott

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Rosemary L Caldicott is an educator and public speaker specialising in social history, an accomplished writer of books and articles focusing on the lives of working-class women throughout history, and also running a small genealogy business. Serving as the secretary of BRHG, Rosemary has authored several publications for the group, including “The Life and Death of Hannah Wiltshire: A Case Study of Bedminster Union Workhouse and Victorian Social Attitudes on Epilepsy” (2016), “Lady Blackshirts: The Perils of Perception – suffragettes who became fascists” (2017), and “Nautical Women: Women Sailors and the Women of Sailortowns: A Forgotten Diaspora, c.1693 – 1902” (2019). Her latest work, “Voyage of Despair: The Hannibal, its Captain, and All Who Sailed in Her, 1693-1695” was published in March 2024.

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