Our blog post cover everything that happens at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House from the stories discovered about objects and furnishings, to family connections and past residents. You can read about the garden and the plants we grow as well as the volunteering experience we offer to our brilliant team. The majority of the posts are written by volunteers.
1810 is Elizabeth’s birth year – but what else is happening?
In our time line series, we've been concentrating on exploring key years in the 1840s and1850s when Elizabeth Gaskell was publishing her wonderful novels. In this week of her birth, it seems a good idea to focus on 1810, the year she...Read more »
Elizabeth Stevenson – becoming a wife…
On September 30,1832 Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson married William Gaskell at St Johns Parish Church in Knutsford. It's likely she met him in the autumn of 1831 when she visited Manchester with Ann Turner, the daughter of William Turner, the highly respected Unitarian...Read more »