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Papers of the Rev. Henry Lawrance on military effigies

Reference code
Papers of the Rev. Henry Lawrance on military effigies
Level of description
Extent and format
pp. 100 and unbound papers.
The collection is entered in an 18th century volume, half leather binding, brown, with marbled boards. Signature on front pastedown, 'Jemima Eleonora Hodgson 1806'.
Scope and content
Descriptions of military effigies in English churches, with pencil drawings laid down on the interleaves, compiled by the Rev. Henry Lawrance (1871-1947), vicar of Dinting, Glossop, Derbs. See the note by Claude Blair in The Church Monuments Society, 7, no. 1 (Summer 1991), 18. The present collection may be the unpublished work mentioned in the preface, 1948, to Lawrance's Heraldry from Military Monuments before 1350, Harl. Soc. 98 (for 1946). Bibliographical references added throughout. Together with a typed article on 'The effigies of the East Riding', photographs, etc.
Lawrance, Henry (1873-1947), antiquary
Previous reference number(s)
MS 893
Archival history
Presented by the Rev. N.A.H. Lawrance, son of the compiler (see letter, 16 March 1965, with the typed article).
System of arrangement
Arranged in alphabetical order of locations.