The Newsletter Volume 37 number 1
- Autumn 2021
Society news and notice of events (face to face as well as online);
a summary of the Spring online lecture series now available on YouTube ;
articles – Sally Badham on a cadaver monument at Frome
Grant Elliott on the fantastic beasts on the Strashleigh monument at Ermington
Robert Tucker on a charity recorded on a monument
Neil Andrews on the Clan Donald graves of Islay
Brian and Moira Gittos on Eric Kennington and his Checkendon monuments
Elizabeth Chalmers and Joyce Wallis on the new Church Recording Society and some monuments at Watton-at-Stone.
And a correction: the opening lecture of the Spring series, ‘Fine and Private Places: or, why study funerary monuments?’ was of course given by Jean Wilson, not Jean Humphries.
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