Deaf from meningitis at age 7 and educated at the Manchester school for the deaf, a London day school, then a London art school. Initially worked as a lithographer and designer, then became an assistant art teacher at the East Anglian School for the Deaf at Gorleston. Later became head of the Leicester Mission to the deaf. Also served as a leader in the British Deaf and Dumb Association (BDDA), doing much to build up its size and strength.
Deaf Lives, p.58-59; Peeps into the Deaf World, p.388.
1885-3 October 1951