The focus of this talk will be Sir Thomas Wyse, MP and education reformer, and his marriage to Laeitta Bonaparte, niece of Napoleon, and the legacy of the Wyse family in Waterford.
This a free event for booking and further information please contact Tramore Library on 0761 10 2594.
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