C-Span 3 American History are broadcasting a recording of Sue's lecture in Lancaster PA in August on Sunday 14th September 2014.
Follow link below to see trailer.
' Search of Scrooby Manor'. Book . Price £14.99
Not since the publication of The England and Holland of the Pilgrims by H.M. Dexter and M. Dexter in 1905 has anyone studied the history of Scrooby Manor with such care as Sue Allan now presents in her new book. Re-examining manuscripts and adding many previously unknown, she has built up a documentary basis for interpreting the remains of what was once a magnificent structure of more than thirty rooms, including a chapel now recognized again as part of the existing house. Through Sue's tireless research we are enabled to imagine this grand manor of the Archbishops of York, where William Brewster, the leading layman of the Pilgrims, grew up, and where the Pilgrims came together in secret as they attempted to create a true church, yet found themselves forced to plan their escape from England to Holland. In 1620 they would go further, to found the first English colony in New England. Scrooby Manor holds a place in the hearts of anyone interested in the Pilgrim Story. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Sue Allan for giving us this new revelation of past splendour. --- Dr. Jeremy Dupertuis Bangs, Director, Leiden American Pilgrim Museum
Respected historian and TV favourite, Michael Wood current series -'Great British Story ' - contains scenes with Sue talking about the Pilgrim Fathers in England.