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Black Bucks Lives: Samson Ethiope, the Herberts, Henery Pompey and Catherine Duleep Singh

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Black Bucks Lives: Samson Ethiope, the Herberts, Henery Pompey and Catherine Duleep Singh Buckinghamshire History Festival

Tony Sargeant talks Archivist Katherine Gwyn through some of his research into Black Lives in Buckinghamshire, conducted as part of Buckinghamshire Archives' Black History Research Group.  The lives discussed include Samson Ethiope, Pharo, Ann, John and Mary Herbert, Henery Pompey and Catherine Duleep Singh.   **33 min**

Tony Sargeant is the Secretary of Bucks Family History Society and researches local history of Buckinghamshire, especially the Stoke Hundred. He worked for the Post Office Telephones in West London before becoming an IT Technician at St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School, Slough. Since retirement he has expanded his research in Buckinghamshire history. He is also a member of Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society and Buckinghamshire Record Society. At the moment he is researching Colnbrook as well as working for the Buckinghamshire Black History Research Group.

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