Papers of Francis Tebbs Havergal, 31 Oct 1883, comprising a letter to accompany the volume of Monumental Inscriptions in Hereford Cathedral (1881) he sent to Sir Albert Woods and set of coloured plates of coats of arms from Hereford Cathedral.
Havergal, Francis Tebbs (1829-1890)
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- Dates of Creation1883
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Francis Tebbs Havergal (1829-1890), the youngest son of the composer William Havergal, was a Bible clerk of New College, Oxford, BA 1852, MA 1857. He was successively vicar-choral in Hereford Cathedral, 1853-1874, vicar of Pipe with Lyde, 1861-1874 and of Upton Bishop, 1874-1890, and prebendary of Hereford, 1877-1890. Havergal was the author of a number of books on Hereford Cathedral and on Herefordshire, as well as Memorials of the Rev Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ousley, Baronet, 1889.
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