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Lists of Lyme Regis Mayors and Town Criers

Produced in response to a query that came into the Museum, so maybe others will find these lists and snippets about LRTC personnel useful too.

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ldesantiz
Mar 16

Thank you, very helpful for adding information to my family tree - Town Crier George Legg was my 2nd great-grandfather, he was also a boot & shoemaker living in Silver Street. Would love any other information.


I'm also trying to find information on his 2nd born son William George Legg b1866 & died 1883 - apparently drowned in Lyme Regis, so far not uncovered any information about this.


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