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history of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk girl
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Catchpole, Margaret (–)English pioneer and convict who became a well-known midwife in Australia and was the subject of a play, a film, and a historical novel. Born in Nactom, Suffolk, England, on Ma ; died in Richmond, Australia, on ; buried at St. Peter's Church, Richmond; illegitimate daughter of Elizabeth Catchpole and a father unknown, possibly Richard. Down she dashed from the verge of the hill into the vex-y thickest part Catchpole, Margaret, ; Catchpole, Margaret, ; Novel - English - 19th century - Texts. The history of Margaret Catchpole: a suffolk girl / by Richard Cobbold - Details - Trove.
Margaret Catchpole (), convict and pioneer, was born on 14 March , reputedly at Nacton, Suffolk, England, the natural daughter of Elizabeth Catchpole and a farm labourer, although the baptism of a Margaret Catchpole on the same day is recorded in the register of Hoo, near Framlingham, some fifteen miles (24 km) from Nacton. THE HISTORY OF MARGARET CATCHPOLE. A Suffolk Girl by Cobbold, Richard and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
In real life she never married and became a well known social reformer, although the book has a slightly different ending. She died in and is buried at Richmond, NSW. The book ‘The History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk Girl', is available at local libraries and bookshops and it is well worth reading. In February , following in his mother’s literary footsteps, Richard Cobbold published The history of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk girl in three volumes, complete with illustrations.8 It was an immediate success, a bestseller, never out of print in Cobbold’s lifetime and produced in many editions.
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The history of Margaret Catchpole: a Suffolk girl. [Richard Cobbold]. Internet Archive BookReader The history of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk girl. The history of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk girl. London: Henry Colburn.
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Margaret, Catchpole the author, the heroine, and the authors mother, in whose service the real Margaret Catchpole was employed.
Neither the author nor his mother has been the subject of much biographical effort. : The History of Margaret Catchpole, A Suffolk Girl. With Illustrations: Three volumes. Contemporary half calf, marbled boards, raised bands with gilt lettering and decorations, morocco titling labels, frontispieces with tissue guards, five other full-page engraved plates.
A superb set of probably the best known fictional account of a convict transported to Australia. The History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk Girl.
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A Lecture The first main text recounting Margaret’s colourful life – 'The History of Margaret Catchpole: A Suffolk Girl' - was published in by the Reverend Richard Cobbold, son of Margaret’s former mistress.
Cobbold based his work in part on Margaret’s letters from Australia, and is always at pains to assure the reader of the truth of his. Margaret Catchpole was a fascinating real-life figure who was born in Suffolk and was later deported to Australia as a criminal. This fictionalized account of her life is a rip-roaring adventure from start to finish, detailing Catchpole's exploits as a horse thief, escape artist, and amateur historian and writer in her own : The Floating Press.
Little Waldingfield History Society was delighted to welcome Pip Wright, local historian and writer, back to the Parish Room again to tell us the story of local girl Margaret Catchpole, famous Suffolk heroine, through the pictures that Rev.
Richard Cobbold originally painted for his book. Setting the scene, Richard Cobbold () was the rector of. The first main text recounting Margaret’s colourful life – 'The History of Margaret Catchpole: A Suffolk Girl' - was published in by the Reverend Richard Cobbold, son of.
Richard Cobbold has 61 books on Goodreads with 46 ratings. Richard Cobbold’s most popular book is The History Of Margaret Catchpole: A Suffolk Girl ().
Last night I came across an on-line book 'The History of Margaret Catchpole a Suffolk Girl' by Richard Cobbald. It is an historical novel based on supposed fact. He suggests that she was born infather Jonathon Catchpole, no mention of mother so far, who was a ploughman working on the Denton Estate near Seven Hills 'nearest to Orwell.
Our illustration shows the opening page of Volume 1 of The History of Margaret Catchpole, a Suffolk Girl in three volumes written by Richard Cobbold and published in by Henry Colburn of Great Marlborough Street, rapidly became a best seller running to a further four editions in the next two years and has hardly been out of print ever since.
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See all 41 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from /5. Her life history proved intriguing for the son of one of her English employees, that he wrote a book on her life, distorting facts and inventing a fairy tale life for Margaret. With what I know of Margaret Catchpole, I find her story intriguing and wonder why I have not heard of her before.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The history of Margaret Catchpole by Richard Cobbold,University Press edition, The history of Margaret Catchpole a Suffolk girlCited by: 2.Many years ago, in my scriptwriting days, my aunt on my father’s side gave me a book called The History of Margaret Catchpole, by the Reverend Richard told the tale of a 18th century local Suffolk heroine whose bravery and quick-thinking saved the lives of first a farmer’s wife, and then on separate occasions the lives of her employer’s and neighbour’s children; but who fell.