Henry Ramsden Bramley

BRAMLEY, Henry Ramsden. b. 4 June 1833; d. 28 January 1917. The only son of Henry Alcock Bramley of Addingham, Yorkshire, he was educated at Blackheath School before matriculating at Oriel College, Oxford on 10 June 1852. He was then elected to a Freeston Exhibition (awards open only to Yorkshiremen) at University College, Oxford on 19 March 1853 as a commoner. His strong association with Oxford continued with his election as a Fellow of Magdalen College in 1857, where he held the position of Tutor for the periods of 1858-68 and 1871-83. He was ordained priest in 1858. At Magdalen he was also very active in other roles for the college namely as Junior Bursar (1865 and 1870), Dean of Arts...

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