The Business and Household Accounts of Joyce Jeffreys, Spinster of Hereford, 1638-1648 (Records of Social and Economic History) ePub download
by Judith M. Spicksley
- ISBN: 0197264328
- ISBN13: 978-0197264324
- ePub: 1590 kb | FB2: 1966 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Historical
- Publisher: British Academy; 1 edition (May 4, 2012)
- Pages: 300
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In June 1646, Joyce Jeffreys lost her spectacles . Between 1638 and 1648, Jeffreys kept a record of all her receipts and expenditures, noting them in a neat, regular hand. While we know little of her early life – when she was born, for example, or why she never married – we know a great deal about her business dealings, friendships and pastimes during her later years.
Spicksley, Judith, ed. (March 2012).
It gives an insight into the life of a woman who was a member of the provincial gentry in the West Midlands during a period that included the First English Civil Wa. .When Jeffreys died in 1648 her body was interred in the chancel of parish church of Clifton-upon-Teme. Spicksley, Judith, ed. ISBN 978-0-19-726432-4.
Between 1638 and 1648, Jeffreys kept a record of all her receipts and .
Between 1638 and 1648, Jeffreys kept a record of all her receipts and expenditures, noting them in a neat, regular hand. On 27 June 1648, in what Jeffreys stubbornly called ‘the twenty fourth yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne lord King Charles of England’, she made her will.
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