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Album of newspaper cuttings



Reference Name LLHS/38/7/1

Mainly 1891-1900.
Includes the following cuttings relating to Lincolnshire:
the life of Tennyson;
the three kings said to be buried at Threekingham;
the death of Francis Scaman Dymoke (Hereditary Champion of England);
Bayons Manor;
Lincolnshire worthies;
Lincolnshire church dedications;
an article of 1903 concerning Mabel Skelton, a centenarian of Tothill, near Alford;
an article of 1903 concerning the demolition of a mud-and-stud cottage in Great Hale, which in the early 19th century was the home of Joshua Swift, the parish clerk and sexton;
an article concerning efforts to save the Red Hall, Bourne, from demolition, 1901.

Date: 1891-1903

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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