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 Post subject: Issue 21 - May 2009 - UKDN Word
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Hi Everyone

Here it is, Issue 21 of the UKDN Word. Again, another brilliant job by the Team :g38:

View it/Download it from the link below or download it directly from the UKDN link below this one

http://en.calameo.com/books/000121606efcad1de32d2


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Wow!.......a real bumper issue......just goes from strength to strength.......well done everyone............ :g38:



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Marvellous stuff folks and thanks for the interest in my find and the Sussex Pastfinders.

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Nice work, folks. Thanks!


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Thanks very much for that - it went down well with a cuppa and some biscuits!



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One more excellent work folks ! congratulations :clap



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A great read, well done on a fantastic news letter :g50: ......Ron



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Excellent articles & publication as always. :g50: :g41:



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Great issue as usual,the iron age lynch pin illistrated makes the on i found look very ordinary.


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I was very excited when I saw the lead sundial as I have found one almost identical to this one in Pennsylvania. It was found about 18 inches deep under old tree roots next to a 1700s mill. However before this mill was built and almost right next to it was a log cabin built probably in the late 1600s. My sundial does not have the date but is complete, slightly smaller then the one in the article being only 4 inches square. The gnomon (which is also lead) is intact but was bent down when found. My father in law straightened it for me. It is just amazing to me that these two finds are so much the same. I don't know if the sundial website would be interested in seeing this one being from the states, although there is every chance that being so early it may have been brought over from England.



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an other triumph brilliant :beer :g38:


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I was very excited when I saw the lead sundial as I have found one almost identical to this one in Pennsylvania. It was found about 18 inches deep under old tree roots next to a 1700s mill. However before this mill was built and almost right next to it was a log cabin built probably in the late 1600s. My sundial does not have the date but is complete, slightly smaller then the one in the article being only 4 inches square. The gnomon (which is also lead) is intact but was bent down when found. My father in law straightened it for me. It is just amazing to me that these two finds are so much the same. I don't know if the sundial website would be interested in seeing this one being from the states, although there is every chance that being so early it may have been brought over from England.


Hi chrick53

I would love to see pictures of your sundial if you could post them. I am sure Chris Daniel at the BSS would be very pleased to know of it and may even be able to help with some ID. As he has told me, and says in his article, each sundial only works at the latitude it was made for so yours must have been made over the pond I would think.

Sounds like we have a good story to tell between us.............. :g50:

Any links with your site to Lincolnshire in England?........ :g43:

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 Post subject: Re: Issue 21 - May 2009 Newsletter
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Well done to all involved, a great read. Keep up the good work.



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