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Re: Thomas Lyte (1568-1638) of SOM, portrait
Posted by: steve light Date: January 10, 2001 at 06:49:41
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Lyte (1568-1638) of SOM, portrait by Will Light of 2090

A number of genealogical manuscripts that I have never seen are referenced in HMC Lytes 1892 article, and are indexed at the BRO. The big 20 sheet table with the Crinkyn portraits was lost I guess. The 1892 article says it was hung at Lytscary. Ben Lyte, the representative of the Lyte family, mig Museht know since he has many original records. I vaguely recall seeing in the BRO or BM index a vellum copy of Light of Brittain, which is a different MS than you described. Write the British Museum with $


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