English actor; born in Rochester, England, 1793; died there Aug., 1873. He was a favorite comedian during Glossop's management of the Coburg Theatre, and he gained celebrity in the character of Watty Wagstaff in "Edward the Black Prince." About 1834 he became, in conjunction with his brother Charles, the proprietor of Rochester Theatre.
- Jew. Chron. Aug. 22, 1873.