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Horniman, Frederick Johnlocked

Born Bridgewater, 8 Oct. 1835; s of John and Ann Horniman; m 1st, 3 June 1859, Rebekah, d of John Emslie, Dalston; one s one d; 2nd, 30 Jan. 1859, Minnie Louisa, d of G. W. Bennet, Charlton, Kent; two d; died 5 March 1906

MP (L) Falmouth and Penryn from 1895

Education

Friends’ College, Croydon

Career

Engaged in tea trade, and became chairman of W. H. and J. Horniman and Co. Ltd; for forty years collector of curious—natural history, arts, and manufactures throughout the world—which are accumulated in the Horniman Free Museum, Forest Hill, open to public; travelled throughout Canada, United States, Japan, Ceylon, Burma, and India, and visited China, and wrote notes of his travels

Clubs

National Liberal, City Liberal

Address

Falmouth House, 20 Hyde Park Terrace, W