Person record: KING, Horatio Nelson  (c.1830-1905)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameHoratio Nelson KING
Relevance of this personphotographer; contributor to OMLJ, 1897 
Main period of activity1860s-1900s
date unknownowner/proprietorH.N. King
c.1830born atTrowbridge, Wiltshire, England
1861resident42 Milsom Street, Bath, Somerset, England
7 April 1861~31census record1861 Census of England and Wales, RG9/1687.116.13
1871resident2 Seymour Street, Bath, Somerset, England
2 April 1871~41census record1871 Census of England and Wales, RG10/2492.42.24
1881-1901resident4 Avenue Road, Goldhawk Road, London W, England
3 April 1881~51census record1881 Census of England and Wales, RG11/57.123A.46
5 April 1891~61census record1891 Census of England and Wales, RG12/38.44.35
31 March 1901~71census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/47.102.19
1905~74died atLondon, England
Slide sets linked to this personphotographer: The Tower of London (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 35 slides, n.d.)
photographer: Westminster Abbey (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 72 slides, 1891)
photographer: Statuary (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 43 slides, n.d.)
photographer: Windsor Castle (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 60 slides, n.d.)
photographer: Buckingham Palace (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 52 slides, n.d.)
photographer: St James' Palace and Osborne House (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 28 slides, n.d.)
photographer: Hampton Court (lecture: Sciopticon Co., 24 slides, n.d.)
Texts linked to this personPublished correspondence (1)

Henry J. Walker, Horatio Nelson King and Thorn & Hoddle, Correspondence in OMLJ 8.97 (June 1897)  –  'Residences of great men'

Lectures (3)

Horatio Nelson King, Royal Windsor: the state and private apartments, Royal mausoleum, etc. (London: H.N. King, n.d.)

Horatio Nelson King, The Tower of London: a prison, a palace, and a fortress (London: H.N. King, n.d.)

Horatio Nelson King, A walk through Westminster Abbey with the late Dean Stanley (London: H.N. King, 1891)

Lucerna ID no. 6003157Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2016