Sub-fonds MS 458/7 - Richardson & Gregory families, publications and research

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MS 458/7


Richardson & Gregory families, publications and research


  • 1866-2015 (Creation)

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(26 September 1937-)

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(1) 'Cylopaedia of Poetical Quotations', edited by WG Adams, 1865, with inscription ‘Carrie – from her loving husband William 13th December 1866’
[William Duke Richardson to Caroline ‘Carrie’ also recorded as Carrie in 1851, 1891 and 1871 census’ source: Philpott/Low]
(2) ‘Planted Irish Richardsons tree drawn 1868 by Dr Walter Lindesay Richardson father of writer “Henry Handel” in 1868. Copied by DL Low’, nd
(3) ‘The White Trail: a story of the early days of Klondike’, Alex Macdonald, 1909
(4) ‘Myself when young’, Henry Handel Richardson, 1948, with receipt of sale, 2006
(5) ‘Meanjin Quarterly’ 1/1970 Annals of Australian Literature, 1970
(6) Profile of Sergeant Arthur Herbert Lindesay Richardson VC and copies of related material by Mr S Lindesay with letters relating to copy sent to Regimental Museum, 1996
(7) ‘Strathcona’s Horse South Africa 1900-1901’, 2000 [‘given to AJSL by Regimental Museum of Calgary]
(8) ‘Marriage Lines The Richardson Family Letters 1854-1877’, edited by Meg Probyn, 2000
(9) ‘Iris Murdoch: a life’, Peter J Conradi, 2001
(10) ‘Marnhull A Dorset Village at the Millennium’, edited by Adrian Bailey, 2001, with modern note
(11) ‘Henry Handel Richardson A Life’, Michael Ackland, 2004, with despatch note, 2006
(12) ‘Liverpool Heroes’ Book 2, edited by Ann Clayton, 2007, with letter to Alex and Lindesay/Richardson family tree, 2007
(13) ‘Arthur HL Richardson VC 1872-1932’, Bob Gregson, 2009

Low & Philpott research:
(14) ‘Richardsons including Arthur HL Richardson VC of Co Tyrone & Lancashire’ folder of genealogies, notes, photographs, letters and life event records. Also sections for ‘Richardsons of Peterborough’ and ‘Harphams of Alford’
(15) Low & Philpott research: ‘Gregory =Young=Low Also: Gregory = HAST. “Gregory Hast”, musicians’, containing copies of genealogies, census and life event records, original and digital photographs, original letters, passport and modern explanatory notes. Some division by individuals and family including Young family, William Gregory (1812-1878), Edward Herbert Gregory (1872-1961), Dorothy Lindesay Gregory (1898-1998), Harold Ernest Gregory (1906-1990?), 2015


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