Item 010/10 - Dean Liddell and his Sub-Dean at Christ Church by C.F. Brickdale

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GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-010/10


Dean Liddell and his Sub-Dean at Christ Church by C.F. Brickdale


  • 1878 (Creation)

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1 item, Watercolour

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FORTESCUE-BRICKDALE, SIR CHARLES, eldest son of Matthew Inglett Fortescue-Brickdale (qv); b. 1 Mar 1857; adm. 16 Jun 1870 (James'); QS 1871; one of the founders of The Elizabethan in 1874, designing its original headpiece, and also an illuminated school prayer book, which he presented “curae monitorum” (Elizabethan, I, 63, and xvii, 192); left (with Triplett) Whitsun 1875; Christ Church, Oxford, matr. 20 May 1875; BA 1879; adm. Lincoln’s Inn 2 May 1877, called to bar 17 Nov 1883; Assistant barrister, Land Registry Office 1888, Assistant Registrar 1894, Registrar and Chief Registrar 1900-23; knighted 1 Jan 1911; JP Gloucestershire; a Busby Trustee from 16 May 1916; author, various publications on transfer of land; m. 5 Sep 1888 Mabel Beatrice, eldest dau. of George Louis Monck Gibbs, Bramley, Surrey; d. 20 Sep 1944.

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The man on the left is tall with white hair surrounding a large bald patch (Liddell); the man on the right is much smaller, he has grey hair and wears a black hat.

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Access to collection items is granted to bona-fide researchers, by prior appointment, subject to the overriding provisions of relevant legislation, including Data Protection.

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A reprographics service is available to researchers subject to the access restrictions outlined above. Copying will not be undertaken if there is any risk of damage to the item. Copies are supplied in accordance with Westminster School

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12.5" x 17"

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Westminster School Archive

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  • English


  • Latin


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