Thomas Roscoe

Standard Name: Roscoe, Thomas


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Anthologization Elizabeth Ham
EH anonymously contributed Mabel (a ghost story about a deaf girl) to an anthology, The Remembrance, edited by Thomas Roscoe and dedicated to Queen Adelaide .
This volume also contained work by Felicia Hemans
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Anne Jevons
Several of the Roscoe brothers were writers as well. The eldest, William Stanley Roscoe , published poetry. Thomas was the translator of many Italian books. The youngest brother, Henry , a barrister, wrote a biography...
Family and Intimate relationships Margaret Sandbach
Several Roscoe uncles also made a career in literature: William Stanley (poet), Thomas (translator), and Henry (biographer).
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under William Roscoe


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Ham, Elizabeth. “Mabel”. The Remembrance, edited by Thomas Roscoe and Thomas Roscoe, Jennings and Chaplin, 1831.