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date: 15 October 2019

Gover, Charles Edwardlocked

(1835/6–1872)
  • Gordon Goodwin
  • , revised by Rosemary Cargill Raza

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Gover, Charles Edward (1835/6–1872), writer on Indian folklore, was the son of Thomas Gover of Poplar, Middlesex. He became a schoolmaster in Madras in 1863 and was appointed principal of the Madras Military Male Orphan Asylum in 1864. He remained there until its amalgamation with the ...

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