Neil Stacy

Author

Neil Stacy read History at Oxford (BA, 1962 and DPhil, 1970) and spent many years working in the theatre and TV before returning to historical research. He has produced books on the estates of the abbeys of Glastonbury and Shaftesbury, and contributed articles to scholarly journals and to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. His major work on the English baronage in the reign of Henry II is about to be published.

Neil Stacy read History at Oxford (BA, 1962 and DPhil, 1970) and spent many years working in the theatre and TV before returning to historical research. He has produced books on the estates of the abbeys of Glastonbury and Shaftesbury, and contributed articles to scholarly journals and to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. His major work on the English baronage in the reign of Henry II is about to be published.

Books

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    The Haldanes have been in Scotland for over 800 years, and their story illustrates many of the defining themes of Scotland’s history. Haldanes played significant roles in the Bruce war of independence, the political upheavals which accompanied the...