Julian Franklyn research papers,

Scope and Content

Material collected and written by Julian Franklyn during the course of his research, including a copy of his memoir about the Welsh Horse (Lancers). Much of the material he collected was due to the help of William Edwardes, Lord Kensington's son and successor, who initiated the collection of documents for the project.


Arranged into 2 series: contemporary war documents; and memoir.

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Preferred citation: F.

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