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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


Friends’ College, Croydon


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


National Liberal, City Liberal


Falmouth House, 20 Hyde Park Terrace, W