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A field guide to the English clergy : a compendium of diverse eccentrics, pirates, prelates and adventurers ; all Anglican, some even practicing

Author: Fergus Butler-Gallie
Publisher: London : Oneworld Publications, 2018. ©2018
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Judge not, lest ye be judged. This timeless wisdom has guided the Anglican Church for hundreds of years, and has fostered a certain tolerance of eccentricity among its members. The Reverend Robert Hawker invented the Harvest Festival, but he also excommunicated a cat for mousing on Sundays. Bishop Lancelot Fleming would commandeer Navy helicopters when he was late for service. The Reverend John Allington -- "Mad  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Butler-Gallie, Fergus.
Field guide to the English clergy.
London : Oneworld Publications, 2018
(OCoLC)1022982285
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fergus Butler-Gallie
ISBN: 9781786074423 1786074427
OCLC Number: 1089729336
Description: 1 online resource (175 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Eccentrics : --
The Reverend Robert Hawker, vicar of Morwenstow (1803-75) --
The Reverend George Harvest, rector of Thames Ditton (1728-89) --
The Reverend Sandys Wason, perpetual curate of cury and Gunwalloe (1867-1950) --
The Reverend Thomas Massey, rector of Farringdon (c.1829-1919) --
The Right Reverend Lord William Cecil, bishop of Exeter (1863-1936) --
The Reverend Edwin 'Teddy' Boston, rector of Cadeby cum Sutton Cheney (1924-86) --
The Reverend Frederick Densham, vicar of Warleggan (1870-1953) --
The Reverend Ian Graham-Orlebar, rector of Barton-le-Clay (1926-2016) --
The Reverend Morgan Jones, curate of Blewbury (1747-1827) --
The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Frederick Hervey, earl of Bristol, bishop of Derry (1730-1803) --
Nutty Professors : --
The Very Reverend Samuel Smith, dean of Christ Church, Oxford (1765-1841) --
The Reverend Thoms Espin, vicar of Tow Law (1858-1934) --
The Reverend Dr William Spooner, warden of New College, Oxford (1844-1930) --
Canon Frederick Simpson, dean of Trinity College, Cambridge (1883-1974) --
The Reverend Professor Stephen Reay, Laudian professor of Arabic at Oxford (1782-1861) --
The Reverend Richard Polwhele, rector of Manaccan (1760-1838) --
The Reverend Francis Hugh Maycock, principal of Pusey House (1903-1980) --
The Reverend Dr Vicesimus Knox, headmaster of Tonbridge School (1752-1821) --
Canon Claude Jenkins, canon of Christ church and Regius professor of ecclesiastical history at Oxford (1877-1959) --
The Reverend Sabine Baring-Gould, rector of Lew Trenchard (1834-1924) --
Bon Viveurs : --
Canon Brian Dominic Titus Leo Brindley, vicar of Holy Trinity, Reading (1931-2001) --
The Reverend Nathaniel Rothwell, rector of Thursford and Great Snoring (1652-1710) --
The Reverend Thomas Patten, vicar of Seasalter (1683-1764) --
The Reverend John 'Mad Jack' Allington, rector of Barford (1795-1863) --
The Reverend James Woodforde, vicar of Weston Longville (1740-1803) --
The Reverend Jack Russell, vicar of Swimbridge (1795-1883) --
The Reverend Jeremiah Carter, curate of Lastingham (1701-c.1780) --
The Very Reverend William Buckland, dean of Westminster (1784-1856) --
Prodigal Sons : --
The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury and primate of all England (1904-1988) --
The Right Reverend Launcelot Fleming, bishop of Norwich (1906-1990) --
Canon Sydney Smith, canon of St Paul's Cathedral (1771-1845) --
The Reverend William Webb Ellis, rector of St Clement Danes (1806-72) --
The Reverend Joseph Wolff, vicar of Isle Brewers (1795-1862) --
The Right Reverend Douglas Feaver, bishop of Peterborough (1914-97) --
The Reverend Charles Lowder, vicar of St Peter's, London Docks (1820-80) --
The Right Reverend Howell Witt, bishop of North West Australia (1920-98) --
The Reverend Donald Pateman, vicar of St Mark's, Dalston (1915-98) --
The Reverend Hugh Grimes, chaplain of Vienna (1875-1962) --
Rogues : --
The Reverend James Hackman, vicar of Wiveton (1752-79) --
The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Lancelot Blackburne, Archbishop of York (1658-1743) --
The Very Reverend Marco de Dominis, dean of Windsor and sometime Archbishop of Split (1560-1624) --
The Reverend Dr Sir Robert Peat, perpetual curate of New Brentford (1772-1837) --
The Reverend James Stanier Clarke, chaplain to the prince of Wales (1762-1834) --
The Reverend Bruce Cornford, vicar of St Matthew's, Southsea (1867-1940) --
The Reverend Harold Davidson, rector of Stiffkey (1875-1937) --
The Reverend Sir Henry Bate-Dudley, rector of Willingham (1745-1824) --
The Honourable and Reverend William Capel, vicar of Watford (1775-1854) --
The Reverend Dr Edward Drax Free, rector of All Saints, Sutton (1764-1843)
Responsibility: Fergus Butler-Gallie MA (Oxon), BA (Cantab), Clerk in Holy Orders.

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