Charles Buller Heberden
|Charles Buller Heberden|
|Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford|
|Term||1910 – 1913|
|Predecessor||Thomas Herbert Warren|
|Successor||Thomas Banks Strong|
|Born||14 December 1849|
|Died||30 May 1921(aged 71)|
|Alma mater||Balliol College, Oxford|
|Religion||Church of England|
Charles Buller Heberden (14 December 1849 – 30 May 1921) was an English classical scholar and academic administrator. He was Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford (1889–1920) and served as Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.
Heberden edited a book on the history of Brasenose College, published in 1909. He funded a Harrow Scholarship for Brasenose College in 1916 and an Organ Scholarship in 1921 at his death. He also left £1,000 to the University, which was used for the Coin Room at the Ashmolean Museum.
- Brasenose College, Oxford — Principals.
- Brasenose College, A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 3: The University of Oxford (1954), pp. 207–219.
- Jowett Papers: Index of BJ's contemporaries, Balliol College Library, Oxford.
- Charles Buller Heberden, ed. (1909), Brasenose College Register, 1509–1909 [Oxford Historical Series; no. 55], Oxford: Blackwell for the Oxford Historical Society, OCLC 222963720.
- Statutes of the King's Hall and College of Brasenose in Oxford, Brasenose College, Oxford, 28 April 1954. (Last amended December 1999.)
- C.M. Kraay and C.H.V. Sutherland, The Heberden Coin Room: Origin and Development, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1972. (Revised 1989 and 2001.)
- Heberden Coin Room, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
|Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford
Charles Henry Sampson
Thomas Herbert Warren
|Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University
Thomas Banks Strong
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