James Rattue is a curator at the Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham. He is a graduate of Balliol College, Oxford, where he specialised in mediaeval history, Anglo-Saxon archaeology, and 19th century church history. He has been researching holy wells since the mid-1980s, and has published a number of articles in county history and archaeology journals. He is also the author of The Living Stream: holy wells in historical context (1995), the most detailed and rigorous historical study of holy wells yet published in book format.
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