The Class of '63

The class of ’63 was composed of just eight poor boys who, in the year of 1763, came together to be taught at the Earl Stonham Charity School by the master, Thomas Warren. It would be a defining moment in all their lives, as this story shows. Using a wealth of archived material, local author Pip Wright has drawn upon what history has left behind to tell the remarkable story of these boys and their families`.

Written and compiled by Pip Wright

Published by Pawprint Publishing     ISBN: 978-0-9564855-8-8     Price £7.50 (+ £2.50 p&p)

Class of 63

Class of 63

 

 

       

 

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