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Re: Thomas Allsopp disciple of Coleridge
Posted by: D Allsop (ID *****7711) Date: August 10, 2005 at 13:05:02
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Allsopp disciple of Coleridge by Jennifer Smith of 544

I have no information re Clair James Grece. Where is Reigate? The familly history is vague at best. I have a short biography of Thomas Allsop. It deals with his relationship to Coleridge, Lamb and that group plus his activities is a nonconformist.I believe he had two families;one as a young man and one in old age,which was not uncommon in those days. My husband's grandfather is believed to be from the old age family and I am tryng to confirm this. Best of luck with your book and when it is published I would be interested in reading it.

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