T. F. Thiselton-Dyer
The Reverend Thomas Firminger Thiselton-Dyer, MA, Oxon (25 July 1848 – 14 July 1923) was a son of William George Thiselton-Dyer, physician and of Catherine Jane, née Firminger. He was educated at King's College School and at Pembroke College, Oxford. He was successively curate of St John's Church, Fitzroy Square, curate of Holy Trinity Church, Kilburn, vicar of St Paul's Church, Penzance, secretary of the South American Missionary Society and rector of Bayfield, Holt, Norfolk. He was an English writer of popular non-fiction books, including British Customs: Past and Present, The Folk-lore of Plants, and perhaps most famously, Strange Pages from Family Papers, which was considered a masterpiece of popular historical writing. He was particularly admired for his ability to couple in-depth research with the suspense and excitement normally associated with the nascent art of detective fiction.
- William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, brother
- "Death notices". The Times. 17 July 1923. p. 1.
- "Index entry "Thomas F T Dyer"". FreeBMD. ONS. Retrieved 12 January 2010.
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- T. F. Thiselton-Dyer at Library of Congress Authorities, with 2 catalogue records (under 'T' as by Thiselton-Dyer)
- Individual books
- English folk-lore (1878)
- Folk-Lore of Shakespeare (1883)
- Church-lore Gleanings (1892)
- Royalty in all ages; the amusements, eccentricities, accomplishments, superstitions, and frolics of the kings and queens of Europe (1903)
- Folk-lore of women as illustrated by legendary and traditional tales, folk-rhymes, proverbial sayings, superstitions, etc. (1911) from Sacred Texts.
- The Folk-lore of Plants at Project Gutenberg
- Strange Pages from Family Papers at Project Gutenberg
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