Charles Tate Regan 1878-1943

  title={Charles Tate Regan 1878-1943},
  author={Richard Higgins Burne and John Roxborough Norman},
  journal={Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society},
  pages={411 - 426}
  • R. BurneJ. R. Norman
  • Published 1 November 1943
  • History
  • Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society
Charles Tate Regan, formerly Director of the British Museum (Natural History), who died on 12 January 1943, was born of Irish descent at Sherborne in Dorset on 1 February 1878. Both his father, C. J. Regan, who was at one time music master at Sherborne School, and his mother were musicians and had been fellow pupils under Sterndale Bennett at the Royal Academy of Music of which they both became Associates. There is no record of any scientific leanings in his family, although his maternal… 

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