Historical records matching Charles Robert Hills, Professor
About Charles Robert Hills, Professor
Education: 01 Sep 1834, matriculated King Williams College (Isle of Man, England)
1838, George Hills ( father of this Charles) - in a "Deed of Arrangement", received an advance of 3300 British Pounds against the settlement (of his marriage to Diana) from 1814. This was in agreement with his brother-in-law Charles Hammersley. George made notes that this advance was to pay Cambridge University expenses for his second son, Charles as well as expenses for his youngest son, Thomas, who was leaving home for India.
Charles became Professor of The Classics.
1847 September 20th - A letter to Charles' father (at that time Captain George Hills R.N.) in Cambridge from George Baker refers to 'many causes of distress in your family circle both at Ashen (Hills home) and at Cambridge", where Charles was resident. [George Baker was Col. in 16th Lancers - husband of Caroline, nee Barker, who was George Hills cousin)
1851 British Census - Charles Robert Hills was resident in Brockley, Somerset, England
Died in last quarter of 1854 in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK
Charles Robert Hills, Professor's Timeline
November 27, 1818
Dover, Kent, UK
September 1, 1834
King Williams College, Isle of Man, England
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, UK