Sunday, 21 March 2010

C.B Ramage Liberal Song book

Here is a photo of Cecil Beresford Ramage who fought Southport in 1929. He was married to Cathleen Nesbitt who was the recipient of Rupert Brooke's love sonnets. Thanks to Richard Hands for tracking down Miss Nesbitt. You can read the detail of Ramages time in Southport and the great impact he had in Michael Braham's history of Southport Liberals which is available online at our website-you can also get a better look at the song book there

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