Langley Kitching

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Mr Langley Kitching (1835-1910)

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Biography

Born in Leeds in July, 1835 but went to school in York; married Elizabeth Shackleton in 1875 (in Leeds). In 1881, they were living at Caledonian Road in Leeds. Former Mayor of Bewdley (twice in the period 1890 - 190), family House called Rosenhurst in Park Lane area, now pulled down - though referenced on one or two of his H@H sheets. He is credited with being instrumental in bringing the piped water supply to the town in 1901. Member of the Society of Friends. When younger, he travelled to Madascasgar and collected Ferns - article by J G Baker in J. Bot 1880. He is described as being a retired Stockbroker, living at Rosenhurst in the 1891 & 1901 censuses.

Web references

Local newspaper article.
Death of Elizabeth widow of Langley Kitching 23/10/1912
Plan of Friends' Meeting House etc. at Lower Park, Bewdley, by Langley Kitching.

Label Example

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information included from the herbariaunited database

Inferred associations

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Collection activity by county

1858

1909

VC1, VC2
VC6, VC10, VC11, VC13, VC14, VC15, VC16, VC17, VC20, VC22, VC23
VC27, VC28, VC53, VC54
VC37, VC38, VC39, VC40, VC42, VC43, VC46, VC48, VC49, VC50, VC57, VC58
VC60, VC61, VC62, VC63, VC64, VC65, VC69, VC70
VC72
VC87, VC88, VC90, VC92
VC107


Examples of handwriting

 

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