Oldfield, Henry George (DNB00)
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Oldfield, Henry George
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OLDFIELD, HENRY GEORGE (d. 1791?), antiquary collaborated with Richard Randall Dyson in the compilation of 'History and Antiquities of the Parish of Tottenham High Cross,' London, 1790 (2nd ed. 1792, 12mo); and was the author of 'Anecdotes of Archery, Ancient and Modern', London, 1791, Svo. To him also is ascribed a brief description of the church of St. Giles, Camberwell, printed without other title than 'Camberwell Church,' and without place or date of publication. In 1790 he was resident at Great Scotland Yard, Whitehall. As his name is omitted from the title-page of the second edition of the 'History and Antiquities of Tottenham High Cross,' it is probable that he was dead in 1792.
[Biogr. Dict. of Living Authors, 1816; Brit. Museum Cat.]