Charles L. Tweedale

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Charles L. Tweedale
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As seen in "Man's Survival After Death" (4th ed.)
Born Charles Lakeman Tweedale
1866
Halifax, Yorkshire, England
Died 29 June 1944 (78)
Wharfedale, Yorkshire, England
Nationality British
Religion Anglican (Church of England)
Workplace(s) Weston Vicarage, Otley, Yorkshire
Affiliations Society of Communion
Spouse(s) Margaret Eleanor [Clarke] (m. 1899)

Charles Lakeman Tweedale (1866 - 1944) was a British Anglican priest and Spiritualist, executive member of the Society of Communion, as well as a writer and luthier (notable for using a varnish recipe he alleged was received from the spirit of Antonio Stradivari).[1]

Selected Bibliography

  • Tweedale, Charles L. (1909), Man's Survival After Death: or, The Other Side of Life In the Light of Scripture, Human Experience, And Modern Research 
  • Tweedale, Charles L. (1917), Present Day Spirit Phenomena and the Churches 
  • Tweedale, Charles L. (1933), The Vindication of William Hope; or, the Exposers Exposed, Bradford: Thornton & Pearson 
  • Tweedale, Charles L. (1940), News from the Next World, London: Spiritualist Press 

References

  1. Maker: Charles L. Tweedale, amati.com, http://www.amati.com/maker/tweedale-charlesl-/, "Parish priest who claimed to have received the recipe for Stradivari’s varnish from the spirit world. His ‘revelations’ were published in News from the next world (Spiritualist Press, London, 1940). Prolific maker following classical Italian models. Inconsistent work."