This article explores how Anne came to choose her Paris apartments, how she used them over her different visits, and what we know today about their locations.
This article explores Anne Lister's and Ann Walker's interactions with the College of Arms and provides information about their coats of arms.
You may know Anne Lister for her journals, her love life, and her connection to Shibden Hall in Halifax. However, you may not know that she was also an accomplished mountaineer, climber, and hiker.
In August 1838, Anne Lister undertook the most consequential climb of her career as a mountaineer. Mt. Vignemale, previously thought to be inaccessible from the French side of the border, was the stage of a rush to the summit between Anne and the Prince de la Moscowa.
In this article we explore Anne Lister's and Ann Walker's decision-making process as they change their wills over the years to suit their needs and we also provide a few insights regarding some of the provisions included in these interesting legal documents.
This piece is a brief overview of the Shibden Estate coal mines, with emphasis on the two pits that feature prominently in Anne Lister’s journal: the Walker Pit and Listerwick Pit.