Author and Historian
Paul Remfry is arguably one of the greatest castle scholars of our era. He is a meticulous researcher who has spent over 30 years studying medieval history, genealogy, and architecture. As an historian with a passion for telling the stories of castles and the people who once lived in them, Remfry lectures throughout the United Kingdom and also frequently appears as an expert on television documentaries exploring the history of castles. He has also written extensively about castles, abbeys, and battles and his list of published works now includes some 20 books and over fifty booklets and scholarly articles for academic and archaeological journals. His scholarship, particularly on the castles of Wales and the Marshes is widely praised as superlative and his research approach to the study of castles has garnered widespread acclaim from the academic community.
Remfry’s numerous published works include:
- Harlech Castle and Its True Origins, published by SCS Publishing, 2013
- The Castles and History of Radnorshire, published by SCS Publishing, 2008.
- Moreton Corbet Castle: and the Families of Verley, Toret and Corbet, published by SCS Publishing, 2003.