UK History, Writers Bones found at prison may belong to real-life Tess of the d’Urbervilles February 19, 2016 Bones found at prison may belong to real-life Tess of the d’Urbervilles Archaeologists’ discovery could be remains of Martha Brown, whose public hanging in 1856 was watched by Thomas Hardy THEGUARDIAN.COM|BY STEVEN MORRIS SaveSave 0 Comments Written by J.L. Jarvis Left-handed opera singer/teacher/lawyer who writes romance novels. What's next? Sign up for my new release newsletter at http://news.jljarvis.com/. You Might Also Like Happy Birthday, Laura Ingalls Wilder. NELLIE BLY’S LESSONS IN WRITING WHAT YOU WANT TO Rebecca Mead’s ‘My Life in Middlemarch’ – NYTimes.com Previous Story Top 10 Scottish castles to visit during half-term Next Story Edinburgh voted the world’s fourth most beautiful city Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.