Groome, Francis Hindes

(1851-1902)
   Miscellaneous writer, s. of a clergyman, wrote for various encyclopædias, etc. He was a student of the gipsies and their language, and pub. In Gypsy Tents (1880), Gypsy Folk Tales (1899), and an ed. of Borrow's Lavengro (1900). Other works were A Short Border History (1887), Kriegspiel (1896), a novel, and Two Suffolk Friends (his f. and Edward Fitzgerald, q.v.).

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  • Groome, Francis Hindes — (1851 1902)    England. Writer and scholar. Possibly related to George Borrow. He left university without taking a degree and lived with Gypsies in England and Europe, including an English Romany named Esmeralda Locke whom he later wed, although… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Francis Hindes Groome — (1851, Monkton Soham, Suffolk 1902), miscellaneous writer, son of a clergyman, wrote for various encyclopaedias, etc. He was a student of the Gypsies and their language, and published In Gypsy Tents (1880), Gypsy Folk Tales (1899), and an editor… …   Wikipedia

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