Papers relating to Eden Tatton-Brown's life and work in Egypt in the Ministry of Education and then in the Customs Administration, including an account of a journey to Mt. Sinai, letters to his wife and mother and his memoirs.
Eden Tatton-Brown Collection
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 165 0433
- Dates of Creation1877-1932, 2003
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish Arabic French
- Physical Description1 box
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Tatton-Brown, Eden (1877-1961) Customs Administrator.
Born 31 December, son of Major-General John Tatton Butler Brown and Augusta Frederica Eden. Educated King's College, Cambridge (2nd Class BA). Joined Ministry of Education, Egypt, 1901; Egyptian Customs Administration, 1910, Director-General, 1924; Govt. Commissioner for Egyptian Customs, 1930; retired, 1933. CMG, 1929; Order of the Nile, 3rd Class, 1921, 2nd Class, 1933; Grand Officer of the Order of Leopold II, 1930. Married, 1904, Pauline Stewart-Jones (d. 1964). Died 29 September, 1961.
1. Travel Diary of a journey from Cairo to Mount Sinai
2. Correspondence between Eden Tatton-Brown and his close family
3. Quote from Sir C. Rivers Wilson autobiography
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For further information on how to use the Middle East Centre Archive please see our Archon entry at http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/a/A13531965
Received as a gift from Lady Kenya Tatton-Brown (daughter-in-law of Eden Tatton-Brown) in Aug and Sept 2008
Other Finding Aids
Fonds, series, file and item level description created by Thomas Stanbury 12 Feb 2010. Biographical history based on the entry for Eden Tatton-Brown in Black, A&C, Who Was Who, (Oxford University Press, 2007) and on information provided by Lady Kenya Tatton-Brown.
Conditions Governing Use
No restrictions on copying or quotation other than statutory regulations and preservation concerns
In the possession of Eden Tatton-Brown and his family