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|STRONG, SANDFORD ARTHUR.|
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, Oct. 3, 1881. [2nd] s. of Thomas Banks, Civil Servant (War Office), of the Horse Guards (and Anna Lawson). B. [Apr. 10, 1863], at Brompton, Middlesex . Bapt. July 12, 1863.
Schools, St Paul's, and King's College, London (Dr Barry). [A clerk at Lloyds, 1878-80.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1891.
Sub-Keeper and Librarian of the Indian Institute at Oxford, 1885-95.
Professor of Arabic at University College, London , 1895-1904.
Librarian to the Duke of Devonshire, at Chatsworth, 1895-1904.
Librarian of the House of Lords, 1897-1904.
Married, Dec. 11, 1897, Eugénie Sellers, the Classical Archaeologist.
Author, editions of Oriental texts, and descriptions and reproductions of art treasures in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire, etc.
Died, s.p., Jan. 18, 1904, in London .
( St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Eagle, XXV. 190-4; D.N.B. )
|Sandford Arthur STRONG |
Approx. lifespan: 18631904
pens. St John's College adm1881:10:03
2nd s. of Thomas Banks STRONG Civil Servant ( War Office ), of the Horse Guards, [ London ] (and Anna Lawson)
b. 1863:04:10 Brompton, Middlesex
schools Sch: St Paul's School St Paul's, [ London ] and Sch: King's College London ( Dr BARRY )
A clerk at Lloyds 1878-80
Keeper: and Librarian of the Sch: Indian Institute Indian OX, [ Oxfordshire ] 1885-95
Professor of Arabic: Sch: University College London 1895-1904
Librarian to the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth, [ Derbyshire ] 1895-1904
Librarian of: the House of Lords, [ London ] 1897-1904
m. 1897:12:11 Eugénie Sellers, the Classical Archaeologist.
Publ.: editions of Oriental texts, and descriptions and reproductions of art treasures in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire, etc.
d., s.p. 1904:01:18,in London
( St Paul's School Reg.; Eagle, XXV. 190-4; D.N.B. )
[add:]Photographs: CAS: F.111-12; of his wife, CAS: G.155; Silverpoint portraits, by A. Legros, in Fitzwilliam Museum[:add]
[add:]Goodison: CP : 230-31[:add]