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Bosworth, Joseph.
Adm. at TRINITY, Feb. 11, 1823; a 'Ten-year' man. [S. of Thomas, of Etwall, Derbs.
B. 1789.
School, Repton, and at Aberdeen University; M.A. and LL.D. (Aberdeen).] Matric. Easter, 1832; B.D. 1834; D.D. 1839.
D.D. incorp. at Oxford, 1847.
Incorp. at Christ Church, Oxford, Dec. 10, 1857, age 59 (sic). D.Ph. (Leyden). The Anglo-Saxon scholar.
Ord. deacon, 1814; priest, 1815; C. of Bunny, Notts.
V. of Little Horwood, Bucks., 1817-29.
Chaplain at Amsterdam, 1829-32; at Rotterdam, 1832-40.
V. of Waith, Lincs., 1841-5 and 1848-58.
R. of Water Stratford, Bucks., 1858-75.
Rawlinsonian Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford, 1858-76.
F.R.S., 1829.
F.S.A. Endowed the Anglo-Saxon Professorship (Elrington and Bosworth) at Cambridge, 1867.
Author, A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language, etc.
Died May 27, 1876, at 20, Beaumont Street, Oxford.
Brother of William (1823).
(Al. Oxon.; Boase, I; D.N.B.)
Approx. lifespan: 1789–1876
Adm Trinity College 1823:02:11
a 'Ten-year' man.
s. of Thomas BOSWORTH of Etwall, Derbyshire
b. 1789
School Sch: Repton, and at Sch: Aberdeen University
MA and
LLD Aberdeen
Matric 1832:04ET:
BD 1834
DD 1839
DD incorp. at Oxford 1847
Incorp. Christ Church [Oxford] 1857:12:10 aged 59 ( sic )
D.Ph. (Leyden)
The Anglo-Saxon scholar.
Ord. deacon 1814
Ord. priest 1815
C.: Bunny, Nottinghamshire
V.: Little Horwood, Buckinghamshire 1817-29
Chapl.: Amsterdam, [ Holland ] 1829-32
at Rotterdam, [ Holland ] 1832-40
V.: Waith, Lincolnshire 1841-5, and 1848-58
R.: Water Stratford, Buckinghamshire 1858-75
Rawlinsonian Professor of Anglo-Saxon at: : Oxford 1858-76
FRS 1829
Endowed the Anglo-Saxon Professorship (Elrington and Bosworth) at Cambridge 1867
Author, A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language etc.
d. 1876:05:27, at 20, Beaumont Street, Oxford ^Oxford
brother of William BOSWORTH (1823)
( Al. Oxon.; Boase, I; D.N.B .)