|Abbott, Anstice||A Girl Widow´s Romance||Religious Track Society, London||1920|
|Abdullah, Mrs. Morag (Murray)||My Khyber Marriage||George G. Harrap & Co., London||1934|
|Abel, Evelyn||The Anglo-Indian Community - Survival in India or Tour of Sir Ali Baba, KCB
(Univ. of Calif. Berkeley Library||Chanakya Pub., Delhi||1988|
|Aberigh-MacKay, George||Twenty-One Days in India or Tour of Sir Ali Baba, KCB (New and Revised Edition)||W.H. Allen & Co., London||1882|
|Adams, Jane||A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil||The Macmillian Co., NY ||1912|
|Adams, Keith||Journey to India|
This book touches upon the Anglo-Indian as being fortunate in modern India
|Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney||1978|
||The Last Anglo Indian and Lizzie
SYNOPSIS: A boy is born in British Colonial India in 1938. He is the second son of Anglo Indian parents. They live as their earlier generations have, in their own railway community.
The story tracks the boy’s ancestry down his mother’s maternal line, for five generations.
In the same year a girl is born to a couple in rural County Wexford, Ireland. She is the fourth surviving daughter in a young family. They live in a small rented cottage. Electricity, running water and main drainage are still decades away.
The lifestyle and environment of these two families are vastly different and in very different parts of the world. This is a narrative about these two people. It tracks their lives from birth to their late teens and beyond. The story also explores their ancestry back several generations. The book is fiction but much of it is based on fact.
The time line moves to the millennium. Our Anglo Indian is on a yacht in the Caribbean with his best friend. They have been friends for thirty five years and he has been promised this story since they met. Time and life have always put off the telling, but now they have all the time;
About the Author
Stephen Adams is the chosen pen name as author of this book.
He was born in India to Anglo Indian Parents in 1938. When he was 9, the family left India to start a new life in London. He grew up there, where he met and fell in love with an Irish girl. They married and then embarked on a new life together in Ireland.
He now lives in County Cork with his Wife of fifty one years, and they enjoy spending time with their son and daughter and family in Cork and in their second home in Spain.
He retired from full time work three years ago and started writing. The result is “The Last Anglo Indian and Lizzie”.
He has also completed a children’s fiction book which he is currently illustrating.
|16th May 2011
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ISBN 0-7195-5427 6
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|Alter, James Payne||In the Doab and Rohilkhand: North Indian Christianity 1815-1915||Delhi||1986|
|Alter, Stephen||Neglected Lives||Andre Deutsch, London||1979|
|Alter, Stephen||Silk and Steel||Penguin, Ringwood||1983|
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