|Basic biographical summary of this person
|Full name||Charles Ernest SCHWANN M.P.|
|Relevance of this person||British politician and occasional lantern lecturer |
|Main period of activity||1890s|
|Other internet resources||see record in Virtual International Authority File|
He gave a lecture on 'A recent journey to India' to Manchester Geographical Society, April 1891. According to Wikipedia he attended the inaugural meeting of the National Indian Congress in 1890, and this lecture may relate to that visit.
He changed his surname to 'Swann' in 1913.
|25 January 1844||born at||Huddersfield, Yorkshire (West Riding), England|
|13 July 1929||85||died at||Birkdale, Lancashire, England|
|Lucerna ID no. 6004900||Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 3 March 2017|
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