Geo. F Tytherleigh
George (Geo.) Frederick Tytherleigh was born in Marston Maisey, Wiltshire, UK in 1882. He joined the 2/6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles) in September 1914, five weeks after the outbreak of the First World War, and was deployed to Northern France. He returned to his wife, Elizabeth, and son, George Grosvenor, after being invalided. His younger son, Frederick William, was born the following year. George and his family moved to Rochford, Essex, UK and whilst there, wrote Dawn - at Eventide. He died in 1938; the manuscript being past to Frederick (Fred). His elder son, George (Tyth) had two children, Vanessa and Melvyn (Mel), who married Sally and had three boys; Matthew, who was bequeathed the manuscript, Simon and Andrew.
Dawn - at eventide
by Geo. F Tytherleigh
‘Dawn – at eventide’ is set during the First World War and tells the supernatural tale of two soldiers who stumble upon a legend which concerns a knight of the Middle Ages who falls in love with a peasant girl. The ruling aristocracy take umbrage and the knight disappears. The girl awaits his return through the ensuing centuries. One of the soldiers discovers that he is the knight returned.
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