[Bell Historians] Lynam (Church Bells of Staffs)

La Greenall eldeworth at BPNI2iGGxbwtUuxhrYlq0iQeRjPLIrcrpvPnbpAaArQQ-1ngV2VlUHHZreMhwcfkKyA8NCc9Hr8ZYmTI4UP5.yahoo.invalid
Mon Feb 13 00:14:05 GMT 2006

>From Amazon:
 Book Description
Charles Lynam was a leading personality in 19th century Stoke upon
Trent. As an architect and surveyor, archaeologist and antiquarian,
active in municipal affairs, his story provides insights into the local
history of the area from the beginning of the reign of Queen Victoria
until after the end of the First World War.
In this account Peter Lynam, his great grandson, sets his career in a
family context and relates how two of his sons, Skipper and Hum Lynam,
created the Oxford Dragon School. 
Regards, Lawrence Greenall.

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[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Chris Pickford
Sent: 12 February 2006 20:06
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Lynam (Church Bells of Staffs)

I've just been made aware of a recent publication by Peter Lynam, -
Charles Lynam [FSA] and his family (2005);
Anyone know anything about this? Is it about "our Lynam" (as in CB
Staffs)? Am pursuing enquiries, but if anyone knows anything I'd be glad
to hear from them
Chris Pickford

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