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What household servants would a Tudor gentleman have had?
There's a lot of easily-accessible information about the staffing of a Tudor nobleman's household, but very little about that of a Tudor gentleman's. Was it basically the same as a nobleman's? Or ...
Feb 9 '12 at 15:26
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