Chesterton Community College, Cambridge
Oriel College, University of Oxford
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Information Science Department, University of Otago, New Zealand
Information Science Postgraduates, University of Otago, New Zealand
Troy, New York
My grandfather, Eric, was born in the Lancestershire district in the early 1900s, and moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada when he was five years old. He and his wife, Elsie, still live there today.
My father, Donald, was born in Lethbridge in 1933 and recently retired as a professor emeritus from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is a professor and a large animal veterinarian.
I was born in 1964 in Pullman, Washington. I have recently returned to school after working ten years as an environmental consultant (the nice folks who laid me off can be found at www.c-ka.com), and now live in Troy, New York (near Albany). I am pursuing a M.S. in Architectural Lighting at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Lighting Research Center (www.lrc.rpi.edu), with the generous support and encouragement of my darling wife, Suzanne (Wainwright... more good English stock). I will likely work with the LRC, researching light and vision with the facility's director, Dr. Mark Rea.
My grandfather (Eric) seems to have come from a long line of John Lingards, who were meatcutters and greengrocers in Lancashire. I have better notes buried in my boxes (we're in the middle of a slow-motion move right now).
My interests include renovating our house (built 1945), motorcycles (I have owned three old BMWs... currently between bikes), writing (including the lost art of handwritten correspondence), videography and photography. My wife and I hope to visit Europe within the next few years.
Other use of the name LINGARD
The Lingard ship 1893-1946
The Rescue (Conrad) 1920/1950 "Sailing towards the Eastern Archipelago, Captain Tom Lingard is called upon to rescue an English yacht and a spirited and beautiful woman. In this story of love and choice Lingard emerges as one of Conrad's finest creations."
"Sailing among the islands of the Eastern Archipelago, Captain Tom Lingard is called upon to rescue an English yacht which has become stranded on a sandbank. The beautiful independent Mrs Travers is on board and the book becomes a story of love and choice."
Lingard Link - /gutenberg/etext96/outci09.txt
Lingard Link - /gutenberg/etext96/lmyer10.txt
Lingard Link - /gutenberg/etext99/trscu10.txt