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by Margaret Devereaux
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Margaret Devereaux
  • ISBN:
    0738811343
  • ISBN13:
    978-0738811345
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  • Publisher:
    Xlibris Corp (December 31, 1999)
  • Pages:
    414 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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    1481 kb
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    1798 kb
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    1240 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
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    996
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Ride the Restless Tide : A Story of Old Marblehead. by Margaret Devereaux. John, captain of a square-rigger, takes wife and children on an eventful, perilous voyage around Cape Horn to China

Ride the Restless Tide : A Story of Old Marblehead. John, captain of a square-rigger, takes wife and children on an eventful, perilous voyage around Cape Horn to China.

The moral rights of the author have been asserted. Printed by Antony Rowe, Chippenham. Set in Galliard by 3btype.

Her degree in Linguistics at St Andrews University was followed by a P. on the Ulster-Scots vernacular, which led, in turn, to an interest in 16th century Scottish history. An Hawthornden Fellow and award winning writer: Historical Fiction Winner in 2011 Harper Collins and Alan Titchmarsh People’s Novelist Competition, Neil Gunn 2011, Chrysalis Prize 2010, and Winchester 2009. The moral rights of the author have been asserted.

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About Margaret Devereaux. Marriage Information: Margaret also married Sir Walter DEVEREUX of Lenhales, son of Sir William DEVEROIS 1st Baron Deverois of Lyonshall and Alice DE GRANDISON, after. Born: Abt 1265, Stinton, Norfolk, England. Sir Walter DEVEREUX of Lenhales was born about 1261 in Lenhales, Herefordshire, England and died in 1320 in Lenhales, Herefordshire, England. Pedigree of Coleville of Bytham Genealogical Memoirs of the Extinct Family of Chester of Chicheley: Their Ancestors and Descendants, Volume 1 (Google eBook) Robert Edmond Chester Waters.

According to her daughter, Sarah, she was from Dublin Ireland. She was selling fish in a fish market when she met her hubsand Joseph Craig. Thanks to Betty Sweat White for the following information: Family stories tell of her trip to America. She, her sons, William and Joseph, and her two brothers who would be named Devereaux, made the trip together.

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Margaret (Maggie) Devereaux, a young American woman working on her P. This book simply does not live up to its potential. The author is an excellent wordsmith and has designed a plot that is flawless, but somehow, it doesn't work

Margaret (Maggie) Devereaux, a young American woman working on her P. Her recently deceased grandmother, Kate NicInnes Ingram, encouraged her to do this and gave her five Gaelic books. The author is an excellent wordsmith and has designed a plot that is flawless, but somehow, it doesn't work. Maggie, the protagonist, is quite an interesting character over the first few chapters but then things start repeating themselves.

Margaret Haig Mackworth (née Thomas), 2nd Viscountess Rhondda (12 June 1883 – 20 July 1958) was a Welsh peeress, businesswoman, and active suffragette. She was significant in the history of women's suffrage in the United Kingdom. Margaret Haig Thomas was born on 12 June 1883 in London.

This family saga, set in the seafaring town of Marblehead, begins after the American Revolution. Citizens struggle to restore the town's position as an important fishing and shipping port and eventually for its mere survival. It's a tale of fearless men of the sea, romance, adventure and family devotion.

Hallolan
Margaret Devereaux's inherent love of the sea and sailing ships shines through her novel RIDE THE RESTLESS TIDE from cover to cover. The story, rich in history, drama, and romance, is a splendid documentary of lives and times during the 18th and 19th centuries in Marblehead, a unique New England town. I found this work most interesting and enjoyed the read tremendously. This book deserves 5 stars! A reader from the Tampa Bay Area, Florida
Agrainel
In Ride The Restless Tide Margaret Devereaux has written a page turner about the Marblehead of many years ago, a town whose sailors braved all the elements at sea including British "press gangs". This is more than a story about people and the sea, it's a tale well told about the resilience of the human spirit and the quiet strength of men and women facing adversity head-on and finding their joy.