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Obituary: George Clinch  (1921) 
Source: Obituary. The Times, Monday, Feb 07, 1921; Issue 42638; pg. 12; col A
Mr. George Clinch

Mr. George Clinch, F.G.S., whose death is announced, was Librarian to the Society of Antiquaries of London. He was born at Borden, Kent, in 1860, and wrote many notes on the antiquities of is native county. His many publications in this kind are, however, concerned mainly with the history of districts of London. He wrote a number of the "Little Guides," including those of London, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Isle of Wight, and Kent. his "Old English Churches" reached a second edition. He was a vice-president of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men.

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