Pritchard Family Book

Tracing a proud descent from a noble line of Welsh princes, bearers of the Pritchard name today are heirs to a rich and colourful heritage.
While some were to be found with sword in hand battling waves of invading Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Normans, others have entered the historical record through more peaceful endeavours.
Farnolls Pritchard was the English architect recognised as having designed the world’s first iron bridge – the famed Iron Bridge across the River Severn at Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, work on which was completed shortly before his death in 1777.
In the world of invention, Dalton H. Pritchard was the American pioneer of early colour television systems who, at the end of the Second World War and working for RCA Laboratories, was responsible for a body of research and development including video processing circuitry for colour television receivers and information display techniques.
The vibrant tale of the Pritchards, both past and present, is recounted here.

Pritchard Family Book

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Product Code: 978-1-85217-668-6

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