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George Charles Beresford (1903) by Sir William Orpen Virginia Woolf (1902) by George Charles Beresford George Charles Beresford (10 July 1864 – 21 February 1938) was a Victorian studio photographer, originally from Drumlease, Dromahair, County Leitrim. [1] A member of the Beresford family headed by the Marquess of Waterford and the third of five children, he was the son of Major Henry Marcus Beresford (1835-1895) and Julia Ellen Maunsell (d. 1923).[2][3] His paternal grandfather was the Most Reverend Marcus Beresford, Archbishop of Armagh, youngest son of the Right Reverend George Beresford, Bishop of Kilmore, second son of John Beresford, second son of Marcus Beresford, 1st Earl of Tyrone.[3] Beresford was sent to Westward Ho! in 1877 and attended the United Services College. On leaving in 1882 he enrolled at the Royal Indian Engineering College at Cooper's Hill, and from there went to India in 1882 as a civil engineer in the Public Works Department. After four years he contracted malaria and returned to England to study art, eventually exhibiting at the Royal Academy Between 1902 and 1932 he worked from a studio in Knightsbridge at 20 Yeoman's Row, Brompton Road. Here he produced platinotype portraits of writers, artists and politicians who were celebrities of the time. His images were used in publications such as The World's Work, The Sketch, The Tatler and The Illustrated London News. He donated substantially to the Red Cross in World War I and later turned to a very successful dealing in antiques. In 1943 the National Portrait Gallery acquired some of his negatives and prints from his former secretary. Beresford was a close friend of Augustus John and Sir William Orpen, another Irishman - they produced a number of images of each other. [4] Kipling's character M'Turk in Stalky & Co. was based on Beresford, whose autobiography Schooldays with Kipling appeared in 1936. Family Major Henry Marcus Beresford (2 March 1835 - 5 February 1895) and Julia Ellen Maunsell (died 13 October 1923) were married on 10 April 1861. Their children were: 1 Lt.-Col. Kennedy Beresford (25 January 1862 - 25 April 1943) x Grace Des Barres - 1 Gervais De La Poer Beresford, 2 Sybil Beresford 2 Marcus Francis Beresford (26 December 1862 - 14 December 1896) x Fanny Catherine Wingfield 3 George Charles Beresford (10 July 1864 - 21 February 1938) 4 Henry Lowry Lambert Beresford (November 1869 - 25 September 1932) 5 Eva Emily Beresford d. 18 Feb 1960 x Anthony Fritz Maude [5][6] References ^ Kipling Org. ^ Rootsweb ^ a b George Charles Beresford ^ The Beresford Collections ^ The Peerage ^ Beresford family External links 2006 Stamp Issue Media related to George Charles Beresford at Wikimedia Commons Persondata Name Beresford, George Charles Alternative names Short description Date of birth 10 July 1864 Place of birth Date of death 21 February 1938 Place of death