- Paperback: 113 pages
- Publisher: Beatles Liverpool and More (Aug. 2013)
- ISBN-10: 0992625106
- ISBN-13: 978-0992625108
- Product Dimensions: 21 x 20.8 x 1 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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George Harrison: That's the Way God Planned it Paperback – Aug 2013
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Louisa Woollam, George's maternal grandmother is repeatededly called "Louise" throughout the book. Other books report her name as being Louisa, her fourth child and third daughter Louise, a variation of Louisa is plainly her namesake.
Harry Harrison and Louise French were reported as having married in May of 1931, although most other books and documents record the Harrison-French union as having taken place in May of 1930. Their first child, daughter Louise was born three months after the Harrison-French union on August 16, 1931. Roach discloses that the marriage, which did not take place in a church was because Louise was already expecting their daughter. Louise herself confirms this in her book My Kid Brother's Band a.k.a. the Beatles
Readers are treated to stories about the various members of the Harrison and French families. Readers see a picture of Harry's father, Henry Harrison who died in 1914 during WWI at Mons. (Hunter Davies' mentions this briefly in The Beatles: The Authorised Biography. All Davies says is that Henry Harrison was killed in Mons and that his widow, Jane was "put off services" and "didn't want her son to enlist.")
Bonus treats include stories about the lives of the Harrison and French families and readers get a sense of both sets of George's grandparents and great grandparents.Read more ›