Edward Anderdon Reade (1807-1886) was an Anglo-Indian official. He was born at the Reade family's ancestral home, Ipsden House, Ipsden, Oxfordshire. He returned there, in 1860, when he retired from the East India Company. See the Dictionary of National Biography for details.
E.A. Reade's papers relating to the history of Ipsden, Newnham Murren and North Stoke, Oxfordshire, 19th century.
Given to the Library by E.A. Reade, 1938.Access Conditions
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P.S. Spokes, Summary Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library relating to the city, county, and university of Oxford. Accessions from 1916 to 1962 (Oxford, 1964).Related Units of Description
Autobiography, diaries and Oxon local history papers etc. (MSS Eng misc d 260-64; MS Eng lett e 7; MSS top Oxon c 7, 39, d 1, 1088; Dep c 666/1-2; MS top Berks d 1-2, 28).
Reade | Edward Anderdon | 1807-1886 | Bengal civil servant, historian
Newnham Murren (England)
North Stoke (Oxfordshire, England)
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