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Envelope to William Lamb.

Envelope sent from Belfast to William Lamb at 31 Grosvenor Place, Rathmines Dublin, contains clipping from the Irish Times, dated 10 April 1875.

Envelope, "Newspaper cuttings Reverend William Pattison Kerr etcetera".

Envelope labeled, "Newspaper cuttings Reverend William Pattison Kerr etcetera" by William Lamb. Contains newspaper clippings regarding the retirement of Doctor Charles Benson, headmaster of the Rathmines School; the retirement of Reverend William Pattison Kerr from the parish of Fintona; the invention of the graphophone by Alexander Graham Bell; and the funeral of the late Earl of Guildford.

Family history research of William Lamb.

Research notes written on stationary of the General Prisons Board, Dublin Castle, by William Lamb. Contains details regarding the marriage of his ancestors, Francis Lamb and Mary Rice, and the birth of their sons: John Rice Lamb (b. 29 May 1786), James Lamb (b. 20 April 1788), and Roger Rice Lamb (b. 9 Nov 1789).

Lamb Family

Contains: a genealogy of the Lamb family; copy of old parchment; copy of old papers; originals of both; papers of Francis Lamb of Cork (1756-1808); two old leases regaring houses in Cork; papers of John Lamb (1786-1868) of Kingstown, County Dublin, his wife Margaret, daughter Jane, and son Alexander; papers of Francis Lamb (1805-1868) of Dundalk; papers of William Lamb (1828-1899) of Dublin; papers of Francis William J.A. Lamb (b. 1874).

Letter from Alice Lamb to William Lamb.

Letter from Alice Ann Kerr at the Rectory, Ballynure, County Antrim, to her fiancé William Lamb at 1 Wilton Terrace, Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, County Dublin. Contains two photographs of the house and church at Ballynure, County Antrim.

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