Title
Rev.
First name(s)
James John
Surname
Heywood
Position(s) held at King's College London
  • Assistant Master, King's College School (1853-[1860])
  • Assistant Lecturer of Classical Literature (1860-1863) Lecturer of Classical Literature (1863-[1879])
  • Lecturer of Mathematics (1863-1879)
  • Lecturer of English Language and Literature (1865-[1879])
  • Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1879-1886) Ref: *1 *2

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended
  • King’s College School
  • Trinity College, Cambridge Ref: *3
Qualifications
  • BA (1850)
  • MA (1853)
  • Ordained Deacon ( London) (1853)
  • Ordained Priest (1854) Ref: *3
Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • Assistant Master, Tonbridge School (1851-1852) Ref: *3
Professional activities

Member, Burlington Fine Arts Club Ref: *4

Personal details

Date of birth
1827
Date of death
4 August 1887
Place of death
Streatham Park, London

Notes

His famous collection of Meryon was sold privately c.1880. Ref: *4

References

  1. King’s College London Calenders
  2. Secretary’s In-Correspondence, KA/IC/H31, KA/IC/H40, KA/IC/H82, King’s College London Archives
  3. Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
  4. The British Museum, "Rev James John Heywood (Biographical details)". http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/term_details.aspx?bioId=121205. [Accessed 16 August 2017].

Likeness: H Price (a student), pen and ink, 1844. In-secretary’s Correspondence, KA/IC/H77, King’s College London Archives.

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