Try your hand at this month’s history quiz
1. Juliana Popjoy was the mistress of Richard Beau Nash, Bath’s 18th- century master of ceremonies. WhereWhe did she live after pa arting from Nash?
2. What links the writer JD Sallinger ( left), film director John Ford and actor Richard Todd?
3.3 What was wicked abbout the 1631 ‘ Wiicked Bible’?
4. How did a grey horse called Billie help save the day on 28 April 1923?
5. Where would you find Leanach Cottage and the Culwhiniac Enclosure?
6. Which sport is associated with this bridge in Ashdown Forest, Sussex?
QUIZ ANSWERS 1. In a hollow tree near Warminster. 2. They all landed in Normandy on D-Day. 3. Due to a printing error it omitted the ‘not’ in the Seventh Commandment, thus telling the reader “thou shalt commit adultery”.
4. By helping to clear the crowd from the pitch so that the first FA Cup final to be held at Wembley could start. 5. On the battlefield of Culloden. 6. Poohsticks, which was first mentioned in 1928
in The House at Pooh Corner by AA Milne, who lived nearby.