Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus (18041878)

Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus, an eminent palæographer, born in Jamaica; he acquired his skill in MS. deciphering as a clerk in the Record Office in the Tower; in 1861 he was elected deputy-keeper of the Public Records, and nine years later received a knighthood; his great learning is displayed in his editions of various “Rolls” for the Record Commission, in his “Descriptive Catalogue of MSS.,” &c. (18041878).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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