Author:Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer
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English cleric (Rector of Bayfield, Norfolk); Pembroke College, Oxford.
This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901.
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "T. F. T. D."
- English folk-lore (1878) 
- Domestic folk-lore (pref. 1881) 
- Folk-lore Of Shakespeare (c.1883) 
- The Folk-lore Of Plants (1889)
- Church-lore gleanings (1892) 
- The Ghost World (1893)
- Strange Pages From Family Papers (1895) 
- Old English social life as told by the parish registers (1898) 
- Royalty in all ages; the amusements, eccentricities, accomplishments, superstitions, and frolics of the kings and queens of Europe (1903) 
- Folklore of Women (190)
- British popular customs : present and past : illustrating the social and domestic manners of the people : arranged according to the calendar of the year (1911) 
Articles in Popular Science Monthly
- 1. "The Will-O'-The-Wisp and its Folk-Lore", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 19, May 1881
- 2. "Whistling", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 23, June 1883
- 3. "Plants in Witchcraft", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 34, April 1889
- Allam, Andrew
- Allen, Anthony
- Aufrere, Anthony
- Bartlett, Benjamin
- Beckwith, Josiah
- Bickerstaff, William
- Bigland, Ralph
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