Thomas Finlayson Henderson
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Thomas Finlayson Henderson (25 May 1844 – 25 December 1923), often credited as T.F. Henderson, was a Scottish historian and author. Henderson was a prolific author and contributed entries on Scottish figures for the ''Dictionary of National Biography'' and ''Encyclopædia Britannica''.
Henderson was born in Lathones, Fife, Scotland in May 1844. He was the second of 11 children born to farmer Archibald Henderson and his wife, Catherine (''née'' Finlayson), both of Kincardine-in-Menteith, a village in Perthshire.〔Scotland, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.〕
He attended the University of St Andrews and joined the staff of the ''Encyclopædia Britannica''.〔
He was an editor for several anthologies of poetry, including the works of Robert Burns. He was also an editor of later editions of ''The History of England from the Accession of James the Second'', considered the foremost historic work of its era, and ''The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border''.
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