Educationalist and social reformer. Resided at Hardwicke Court, Gloucestershire. Officer in the Gloucestershire yeoman cavalry, 1835–65. Instrumental in the founding of the Social Science Congress and a leading figure in the reform school movement; established the Hardwicke Reform School in 1852. Author of an ornithological index (1835). Founding member of the Cotteswold Naturalists’ Field Club, and first president, 1846–59.
Sources: CDEL DNB Gebhard trans. , Modern English biography Proceedings of the Cotteswold Naturalists’ Field Club vols. 1–4. (See the bibliography for full references to sources)