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Henry Frampton Anstey (1822–1862)

Henry Anstey, n.d.

Henry Anstey, n.d.

  • Henry Frampton Anstey was Roman correspondent for the London Tablet during the last two years of his life.
  •  he was buried in the Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo at Rome, Italy.

Additional Resources

  • death notice, Launceston Examiner (Tas), 13 September 1862, p 4

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Henry Anstey, n.d.

Henry Anstey, n.d.

Life Summary [details]


21 January, 1822
Lympstone, Devon, England


8 July, 1862 (aged 40)
Rome, Italy

Cause of Death


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