Victorian Farmlife

Victorian Farmlife

Family Life-Know your place!

Families were very important to Victorians. They were usually large, in 1870 the average family had five or six children. Most upper and middle class families lived in big, comfortable houses. Each member of the family had its own place and children were taught to “know their place”.

 

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    Emma August 11th, 2010 at 12:49 pm

    great pictures

 

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The Village, Church Farm and the project Victorian Farm Life documents a wealth of information exploring rural Lincolnshire.

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