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Lysons, Daniel (1762-1834), Vicar of Rodmarton, topographer

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Surname: Lysons
Forenames: Daniel
Gender: Male
Date: 1762-1834
Biography: ODNB link for Lysons, Daniel (1762-1834), Vicar of Rodmarton, topographer
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P139570 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P18158 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Daniel Lysons
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp, collections and drawings
British Library, Manuscript Collections
2
c1789-1824: corresp and papers
Yale University Libraries: Beinecke Library
NRA 18661 Osborn coll
3
commonplace books, notebook and family papers
Society of Antiquaries of London
NRA 27819

See PJ Willetts, Manuscripts in the Society of Antiquaries of London (2000)
4
1784-1830: corresp and sketches
Gloucestershire Archives
NRA 43677 Lysons
5
corresp
Warwickshire County Record Office
NRA 26325 Newdegate
6
1818-28: letters (24) from Nicholas Carlisle
McGill University Archives
See Union list of MSS in Canadian repositories, suppl 1976, p4
7
1808-09: letters (43) to the Davenport family
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library
NRA 592
8
1819-30: letters to John Hawkins
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
NRA 10617 Hawkins
9
1812-30: corresp with John Hawkins
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
NRA 12624 Hawkins
10
1816-23: letters to Joseph Hunter
British Library, Manuscript Collections
11
1811-13: letters (28) to FV Jago
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
12
1803-09: letters to William Nicholls
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
13
1794-1821: letters (12) to Hester Piozzi
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library

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