High Town, #Hereford, 1925. After the Battle of Mortimer's Cross in 1461, during the Wars of the Roses, the defeated Lancastrian leader Owen Tudor (grandfather of the future Henry VII of England) was taken to Hereford by Sir Roger Vaughan and executed in High Town. A plaque now marks the spot of the execution. Vaughan was later himself executed, under a flag of truce, by Owen's son Jasper. #history #photography
Professional Portrait winner Sergeant Russ Nolan took this picture of Corporal Carley Fisher in Salisbury Plain. The 25-year-old, from Hereford, pictured here in full uniform, is part of the Medical Section in the Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry
FREEDOM: “to secure the Blessings of Liberty.” On view through 2017. LancasterHistory.org. Lancaster, Pennsylvania www.lancasterhistory.org LancasterHistory.org’s latest exhibition explores the stories of Lancastrians who sought freedom, fought for freedom, lived in freedom, and were denied freedom over the course of 300 years. Photo credit: Larry Lefever Photography Image of the new FREEDOM exhibition at LancasterHistory.org.