Surviving Women

Some articles on surviving women, women:

Nana Sahib - Role in The First War of Independence of 1857 - Bibighar Massacre
... The surviving women and children, around 120 in number, were moved from the Savada House to Bibighar ("the House of the Ladies"), a villa-type house in Cawnpore ... They were later joined by some other women and children, the survivors from Wheeler's boat ... Another group of women and children from Fatehgarh, and some other captive women were also confined in Bibighar ...

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