Lynch Family Bellringers :
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Handbell ringing became a popular public entertainment following two successful visits to Geelong by the Lancashire Ringers in 1863 and 1866. The Lynch family from Geelong imported their bells from Mears & Stainbank of London. They first toured Australia in 1867 as The Australian Bellringers and later as the Talented Lynch Family, before changing their name to the Lynch Family Bellringers in 1875. The company consisted of Henry Lynch and his four sons, Harry, Robert, George and William.

A detailed list of the papers can be found here: Lynch Family Bellringers. MSS 792.70994 L9871p

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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Lynch Family.5.jpg.jpg14-May-2015Lynch Family Bellringers. Section 5-
Lynch Family.11_Mar 28 1892.jpg.jpg14-May-2015Lynch Family Bellringers. Section 11. Silk programmes-
Lynch Family.1.jpg.jpg14-May-2015Lynch Family Bellringers. Section 1-
LynchFamilyBells.jpg.jpg1892[Small and medium handbells used by the Lynch Family Bellringers]. 2 bells.-
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