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Sunday 22 March 2009

More thoughts on Conchies posting at Woodland

Further to the posting describing Conscientious Objectors at Woodland.

Talking to a guy today & it seems that following the Great War the family of the historian AJP Taylor either owned or rented a holiday cottage in Hawkshead. A number of conscientious objectors were invited up as guests upon their release from London prisons in 1919 to facilitate recovery.
It also appears that there is another set of initials 'J T' below the main inscription.

Is this AJP Taylor?

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