This second online talk with Bev Newman explores how marriage, widowhood, and wardships adapted to the nobility’s evolving needs in the period 1337-1450. Society faced a higher than usual proportion of widows, under-age heirs and incomplete betrothals than was expected. This was due to rising death rates exacerbated by famines, war and civil unrest. Join Bev to find out more!
Heritage Lincolnshire members benefit from a reduced price ticket of £5, non-members pay £7. Tickets can be bought in our online shop and if it isn’t the first time you have paid a bit more, why not become a member and save more as you learn?