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Rev Griffith RICHARDS [22113]
(1755-)
Anne LONGCROFT [22114]
(1762-1838)
William HASLEWOOD [22132]
Rev Edward Tew RICHARDS [21901]
(1798-1887)
Horatia HASLEWOOD [22131]
(Abt 1807-1879)

Edward Saxon RICHARDS [22133]
(1837-1857)

 

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Edward Saxon RICHARDS [22133]

  • Born: 23 Mar 1837, Farlington HAM
  • Christened: 12 Jan 1840, Farlington HAM
  • Died: 20 Jan 1857, Farlington HAM aged 19

bullet   Cause of his death was brain fever.

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bullet  General Notes:


Edward was a bright scholar moving on from Radley College to Oxford not long before his death. His father founded the Richard's Gold-medal in his memory at Radley College, an annual prize to this day for academic excellence.
Ref: Page 106 The Longcrofts by James Phillips-Evans

Richards, Edward Saxon. Born 1837. Aged 9/10 on admission. Son of Rev. Edward Tew Richards, Rector of Farlington, Hampshire. Became one of the earliest Prefects. Left Radley in 1855. Awarded an Exhibition to Trinity College, Oxford, 1855 and a Demy at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1856. He died at Oxford on 20th January, 1857. His father founded the Richards Gold Medal in his memory. This has remained the highest prize awarded annually by Radley College.
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