Charles Angell Bradford

Charles Angell Bradford FSA FRSL (1864–1940) was a British writer and historian.

Charles Angell Bradford
Born(1864-11-03)3 November 1864
England
Died5 February 1940(1940-02-05) (aged 75)
England
OccupationCivil servant, historian
Parent(s)
  • Samuel Bradford (1825–90)
  • Sarah Eliza Barnes (1827–90)
RelativesRev. Joseph Bradford (died 1808) (great-grandfather)

LifeEdit

Charles was born in November 1864, the seventh child of Samuel and Sarah Bradford.

He passed an exam for the civil service in 1883.[1]

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1898[2] and was on their council from 1905.[3]

In 1899 he was appointed as Assistant Superintendent in the Registry at the Home Office.[4][5]

He was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London on 1 March 1900.[6]

He died in February 1940 at the age of 75.[7]

BibliographyEdit

  • Eltham Palace (18??)[citation needed]
  • On a window at Millom church (18??)[citation needed]
  • The Lady Well, Lewisham (1896) OCLC 558614613
  • Trinity Hospital, Greenwich, and its Founder. (1899) Blackheath[8] OCLC 558614663
  • Of allegory (1907) London LCCN a45001152 OCLC 558614633
  • Ralph Rowlet, Goldsmith of London (1925) Kendal: T. Wilson & Son pp30 OCLC 558614636
  • The Life of the Rev. Joseph Bradford (1932) Hunger pp48 OCLC 644464653
  • Heart Burial (1933) London: George Allen & Unwin. pp256 LCCN 33031135 OCLC 10641494
  • William Dodington: a tragedy of St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, in 1600 (1933) London: OCLC 26463044
    • Reprinted from Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society,
      new series, vol. 3, part 1, 1933. pp9
  • Nicasius Yetsweirt [d. 1586]:Secretary for the French Tongue (1934) Hunger pp12 OCLC 024300045
  • Blanche Parry, Queen Elizabeth's Gentlewoman (1935) London : R.F. Hunger pp34 OCLC 021112871
  • The Conway Papers ... (1936) pp256 OCLC 080945342
  • Helena, Marchioness of Northampton (1936) London : G. Allen & Unwin, pp222 LCCN 36033726 OCLC 867881929
  • Christopher Dodington, a Patron of St. Sepulchre's Church, Holborn (1937) OCLC 558614572
  • Sanctuary at St. Sepulchre's, Holborn, circa 1499 (1936) London: OCLC 558614660
  • Rowland Vaughan, an Unknown Elizabethan (1937) Heron pp17[9] OCLC 24331430
  • Emanuel Lucar and St. Sepulchre, Holborn (1938) OCLC 558614579
  • Hugh Morgan, Queen Elizabeth's Apothecary (1939) London : E. T. Heron & Co., pp30 OCLC 024310501

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Civil service commissions" (PDF). The Edinburgh Gazette, 2 February 1883. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 January 2014.
  2. ^ Essays by divers hands, being the transactions of the Royal Society of Literature. XXVI. Royal Society of Literature. 1921. p. 34. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
  3. ^ Essays by divers hands, being the transactions of the Royal Society of Literature. XXVI. Royal Society of Literature. 1921. p. 2. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
  4. ^ "Civil service commission appointments" (PDF). The London Gazette,3 January 1899.
  5. ^ "Witness on 2 April 1900". from Proceedings of the Old Bailey.
  6. ^ "Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London. November 23, 1899, to June 20, 1901. second series, VOL. XVIII,pp100,101,415".
  7. ^ Obituary. The Antiquaries Journal, vol 20: Oxford University Press. 1940. pp. 423, 424.CS1 maint: location (link)
  8. ^ "Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London. November 23, 1899, to June 20, 1901. second series, VOL. XVIII,p203".
  9. ^ Wood, A.S. "An Account of Rowand Vaughan". Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club.

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