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Dodd, John Theodore, 1848-1934 (barrister)



John Theodore Dodd (1848-1934) entered Christ Church, Oxford, in 1867 (B.A., 1871; M.A., 1874). He became a barrister-at-law at Lincoln's Inn in 1874, and Guardian of the Poor Law for the City of Oxford. Edward Dodd (1806-1868) entered Magadelene College, Cambridge, in 1824 (B.A., 1828; M.A., 1833; B.D., 1840), where he became a Fellow. He was Vicar of St Giles' with St Peter's, Cambridge, 1844-1868.

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John Theodore Dodd: Scrapbook

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.8803
Scope and Contents The scrapbook is concerned principally with Dodd's uncle, Edward Dodd, and his work on Convocation. It includes a photograph of a portrait of the Revd John Dodd (b. 1762); reviews of J. Theodore Dodd, Convocation and Edward Dodd's share in its revival, 1932; letters, including drafts by Dodd on destitution.Dodd in preparation for this book, 1932; and a draft article by Edward The volume also contains pamphlets printed by Dodd's grandfather, the Revd Joseph Dodd, some in the form of poems and...
Dates: 1932 (Circa)
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