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Badham, [Charles] David.
Adm. sizar at EMMANUEL, June 4, 1822.
S. and h. of Charles, M.D., of Kensington, London.
B. Aug. 27, 1805.
School, Westminster (not at Eton, as stated in D.N.B.).
Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1824; B.A. 1826.
Migrated to Pembroke College, Oxford; B.A., incorp.
May 12, 1829, age 23; M.A. (Oxford) 1829; M.B. 1830; M.D. 1833.
F.R.C.P. Practised in Rome and Paris for some years; returned to England, 1845.
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Jan. 31, 1847; priest, 1848; C. of East Bergholt, Suffolk, 1849-55.
Married Anna, dau. of James Deacon Hume.
A naturalist; contributed extensively to Blackwood and Fraser. Author, Insect Life, etc.
Died July 14, 1857, at East Bergholt.
Brother of the above.
(Al. Oxon.; Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B.)
Charles David BADHAM
Approx. lifespan: 1805–1857
sizar Emmanuel College adm1822:06:04
s. and h. of Charles BADHAM, MD of Kensington, London ,
b. 1805:08:27
Sch: Westminster not at Eton, as stated in D.N.B .
Matric 1822:10MT:
Scholar 1824
BA 1826
Migrated to Pembroke College [Oxford]
BA incorp., aged 23 1829:05:12
MA Oxford 1829
MB 1830
MD 1833
Practised in: : Rome, [Italy], for some years
Practised in: : Paris, [France], for some years
returned to England , 1845
Ord. deacon Norwich 1847:01:31
Ord. priest 1848
C.: East Bergholt, Suffolk , 1849-55
m. Anna HUME dau. of James HUME Deacon:
A naturalist; contributed extensively to Blackwood and Fraser
Publ.: Insect Life etc.
d. East Bergholt, [Suffolk], 1857:07:14
brother of Charles BADHAM (1847)
( Al. Oxford; Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B .)