Charles Incledon - Europeana Collections
Charles Benjamin Incledon (1763–11 February 1826, Worcester) was a Cornish singer, son of a doctor in St Keverne, Cornwall, and educated at Blundell's School and as a choirboy at Exeter, but then went into the navy. His fine tenor voice, however, attracted general attention, and in 1783 he determined to seek his fortune on the stage. After...
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