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Louisa Marchioness of Waterford 1818-1891: a bicentenary assessment and fre...

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Tuesday 26th March – ‘Louisa Marchioness of Waterford 1818-1891: a bicentenary assessment and fresh discoveries’ with Julian Walton
Louisa was a daughter of Lord Stuart de Rothesay. Beautiful, artistic and religious, she married Henry, 3rd Marquess of Waterford, who had hitherto been renowned for his reckless and spendthrift behaviour. She was noted for her humanitarian endeavours, especially during the Famine. During a long widowhood in England she developed her artistic talent. Julian Walton is a retired secondary school teacher and librarian. He has worked at Waterford Heritage Genealogical Centre, Waterford Cathedral Library and the library of UCC. He writes and lectures on the history of Co Waterford and is currently researching the history of Curraghmore. City Assembly House, 58 South William Street Time: 6.30pm sharp (Registration from 6pm) Ticket Price: €10

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