HOGARTH, Edward Lucas

HOGARTH, Edward Lucas. Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire 1841 — Maidenhead, Berkshire 13.11.1930. British Teacher and Scholar in India. Son of Henry H. and Isabella Lucas. Studies from 1859 at Brasenose College (B.A. 1862, M.A. 1868). Assisted Monier Williams in the first edition of his Sanskrit–English Dictionary and taught Sanskrit at Oxford during his Indian travels. From the late 1870s about 20 years schoolmaster in Oxfordshire. In the end of the century Head Master of Government Provincial School in Calicut. In 1911 living in Suffolk. Married with Mary, three daughters and one son.

Publications: Edited the 2nd ed. of Monier Williams’ Sakuntala. Oxford 1876.

Sources: Alumni Oxonienses; ancestry.com; stray notes in Internet.

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