This book is about the last few weeks in the life of Richard Henry Harvey, a gentleman farmer and naval officer whose estate, Long Halls, and its range of woods and farms are situated near the village of Branworth in Lincolnshire. Richard Harvey was born in March 1936 and inherited Long Halls on the death of his father in September 1945. The Harvey family descend directly from a member of the knights array, who fought with William of Normandy in 1066, and there has been a continuous line of the family living at Long Halls since that time. Richard Henry Harvey was educated initially by private tutor, then at Huntingdon School, and finally at Lincoln College, Oxford, after which he entered the Royal Navy as a career officer. As with many generations of his family, Harvey was granted the Monarch’s Special Commission, and over the years, undertook numerous missions for both his monarch and the government. This book covers but a few weeks at the end of his life and is short on the detail of his younger days. Richard Harvey is an enigmatic man; his life is lost in a welter of deeds and misdeeds that mask the true nature of the man. Finally, after years of searching and one failed marriage, he finds the girl that he loves, only for her to ripped away from him by those who would terrorise his country and his home.
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Reproduction of the original: The Children of the Night by Edwin Arlington Robinson
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It is 1912 and Richard Harvey is the heir the Longhalls Estate; the youngest member of a family that has owned and farmed the Estate since it was granted to his ancestors by William the Conqueror. During a journey on horse-back through a severe Winter storm he becomes lost, and finally exhausted he staggers and collapses in the court yard of a small farm. He is found covered in snow and hauled into the farmhouse by Mary Ayres. So begins a courtship of the two young people, one that sees them married and settled in their large country house which they share with Richard's grandfather and a large staff of servants. The estate is run by Richard and Old Mr Harvey until the outbreak of the War with Germany in 1914. Being a country-man Richard has no desire to become an officer so he enlists as a Private soldier in the Lincolnshire Regiment along with a group of workers from the Longhalls Estate. After a brief period of training they a thrown into the fury of trench warfare where following the slaughter of all of their officers and NCO's the men look to Richard Harvey to see them through. This is the story of the quiet country gentleman who becomes a national hero, much to his own dismay for he would rather be at home with his wife and family rather than moving on to the next stage of a war that seems to have no ending. He is granted a Field Commission and is rapidly promoted and decorated much to his own regret. Strong in the traditions of his family he is given the Monarchs Special Commission and after being wounded in combat becomes equerry to the King. Richard Harvey survives the War only to die during the Flu epidemic of 1918 to be survived by his only son Richard Harvey survives the War only to die during the Flu epidemic of 1918 to be survived by his only son Henry. This is the first volume of a Harvey Family History the following Titles are in preparation:- Return to the Soil' Children of the Lonely Night' The Missing Years' Cutting the Ties'