bookbinder, schoolmaster, and organist Lloyd Pittell Edwards (1740 c. -1835 c.), Abergavenny in Wales
Mary Reese (mother) ; Rev. William Reece, the curate of Llantilio Crossenny (maternal grandfather) ; Ann Mackafee (maternal grandmother) ; ...
taught by botanist William Curtis (1746-1799)
William Curtis: Botanical Magazine (1787-1815) ; W. Curtis: Lectures bot. (1782/1805) & Flora Londinensis (1777-1798) ; R. W. Dickson (= Alex. McDonald): Dict. Gardening (1805-7) ; Robert Willan: Cutaneous Diseases (1798-1808) ; Ashby Smith (ed.): Pract. treat. Porrigo (1814) ; George Graves: Brit. Ornith. (1811-21) ; von Rees: Cyclop. (1805) ; W. J. Hooker: Musci exot (1818) ; S. T. Edwards: Cynographica Britannica (1800) & New Flora Britannica (1812) ; J. B. Audebert & L. J. P. Vieillot: Oiseaux dorés (1802) ; G. Shaw: General Zoology (1800-26) & Vivarium naturae (1790-1813) ; The new botanic garden, illustrated with one hundred and thirty-three plants, engraved by Sansom, from the original pictures, & coloured w. the greatest exactness from drawings by S. E. ; Cynographia britannica, 1800 ; Ornamental flower-garden and shrubbery ;
Samuel Curtis's Botanical Magazine (1787-1815) ; Botanical Register ; New Botanic Garden (1805-7) ; Linnean Society ;
engraver -> William Kilburn ; -> James Sowerby ; -> J. Bellenden Ker ; -> Joseph Perry ; -> Selliers ; -> G. Graves ; W. S. Howitt ; -> F. Sansom ; -> J. Farey Jr. ; -> Wilson Lowry ; draughtswomen -> S. A. Drake & -> A. Withers ; after S. E.'s death, draughtsman -> M. Hart took over the main charge of illustrations in the Botanical Register;
botanical and ornithological drawing, painting, copperplate engraving, and watercolour
S. E. was active in London, England. In 1815 he founded the Botanical Register which appeared until 1847. See also: http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/search.aspx?advanced=colProProductionMakers%3a%22Edwards%2c+Sydenham%22+colCollectionGroup%3aCH. See also: http://fmhibd.library.cmu.edu/HIBD-DB/ArtCat/recordlist.php?-skip=2500&-max=25 . Further Relative: physician Richard Reece (uncle).