Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

24/3/2013

Selling Neverland: The manor where JM Barrie holidayed with the boys who inspired Peter Pan yours for £675,000

Author and playwright J.?M. Barrie created his best-known character, Peter Pan, to entertain the offspring of friends who lived near him in London.

When the five little Llewelyn Davies boys were orphaned in 1910, Barrie became their unofficial guardian and each summer took them on holiday to Glanhafren Hall. The sumptuous Georgian manor is on the edge of Newtown, in picturesque sheep-farming country in Powys, mid-Wales. for more click here

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