Person record: GLADSTONE, Lieutenant C.E., R.N.  (1855-1919)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameLieutenant Charles Elsden GLADSTONE  R.N.
Relevance of this personnaval officer; officer of The Lantern Society, 1890 
Main period of activity1890s
24 December 1855born atSalford, Lancashire, England
7 April 18615census record1861 Census of England and Wales, RG9/2909.53.1
3 April 188125census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/860.4.2
1890-1891resident6 Bolton Street, London, England
in or before 1890residentNorthwood Hall, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, England
1890-1893~33officerLantern Society
1891-1892~34memberNational Society of Lanternists
5 April 189135census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/69.124.15
– occupation “Commander Royal Navy”
1893resident13 Arlington Street, London SW, England
31 March 190145census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/3415.134.-
– occupation “Commander of HMS Eagle”
1919residentDane Court Lodge, St Peter's, Broadstairs, Kent, England
26 September 191963died atBroadstairs, Kent, England
26 November 1919archive entryNational Probate Calendar Index of Wills and Administrations, 1919 p.432
Texts linked to this personArticles (1)

C.E. Gladstone, A compact and light aluminium lantern in OMLJ 3.42 (November 1892)

Published correspondence (3)

Arthur G. Field, Albert W. Scott, Herbert Worth and C.E. Gladstone, Correspondence in OMLJ 2.15 (August 1890)  –  'Headquarters of the Lantern Society'

T.H. McAllister, C.E. Gladstone, Richard Goddard, S.W. Gardner, A.H. Clinch and F.H. Burr, Correspondence in OMLJ 2.17 (October 1890)  –  'The Lantern Society'

‘ Inquirer’ and C.E. Gladstone, Correspondence in OMLJ 2.28 (September 1891)  –  'The Lantern Society'

(* = main subject)

Help: a journal of social service (1891-1892) Vol. 1 No. 8 (1 September 1891), p. 155
  –  member of National Society of Lanternists

Notes in OMLJ 5.63 (August 1894)
  –  resigning as Secretary of Lantern Society

Lucerna ID no. 6002803Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016