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Hall/Swan
11-02-2009, 9:36 PM
Can someone translate this please? (the underlined bits!!:D)

1920. *John Hall*, coll 29 April, insta. 14 May (D.R.), *son of Charles H.* born. 27th Aug. 1858 at _*Edongoash, Analore, Clones,*_educated. at St. Aidans Coll.,1881, ordained D. 1883, P. 1884, Yorks ; C. Kimberworth, Yorks, 1883-5 ;


Thank you.

Barnzzz
11-02-2009, 9:51 PM
:confused:This may be a daft question, but whats it from ?
Sue

Hall/Swan
12-02-2009, 12:22 AM
don't be daft!!|jumphappy

Hall/Swan
12-02-2009, 12:27 AM
:D:D Could not resist last post....He was a Reverend....who was educated. at St. Aidans Coll.,1881, ordained D. 1883, P. 1884, Yorks ; C. Kimberworth, Yorks, 1883-5 ;

This appears to be a death notice for him from somewhere........

Mutley
12-02-2009, 12:36 AM
Can someone translate this please? (the underlined bits!!:D)

1920. *John Hall*, coll 29 April, insta. 14 May (D.R.), *son of Charles H.* born. 27th Aug. 1858 at _*Edongoash, Analore, Clones,*_educated. at St. Aidans Coll.,1881, ordained D. 1883, P. 1884, Yorks ; C. Kimberworth, Yorks, 1883-5 ;


Thank you.

Looks like the University/College Alumni thingy ;)
Coll being College
D could be Deacon
C would be Curate.
P? Doubt it's Parson, I suppose it could be Priest, I think they used R for Rector/Reverend.

If he was Curate of Kimberworth Yorks in 1883-5 that could be researched.

daggers
12-02-2009, 8:43 AM
The first Coll = collated - part of the legal process of becoming a rector or vicar.
P = Priest - the next step up from deacon.
C=Curate - the first level of ministry, usually a deacon, who would then normally be ordained priest after a year.
The second Coll is St Aidan's [theological] college - there was one at Birkenhead, but may well have been others, where men were trained for the CofE ministry, usually after obtaining a degree.
I cannot help with 'DR', which could be the person or rank who installed him.
The extract could be from Crockford's Clerical Directory, whose readers would know these things!
D

Hall/Swan
13-02-2009, 12:16 AM
Thanks, that more or less confirms my suspicions, think (D.R.) might be Death Register and as extract could be from Crockford's Clerical Directory, I can check that up.

He would have been C of E.

dannywh
05-07-2009, 11:10 AM
Hello. This is not a direct reply to your query, rather a "shot in the dark" in my quest for HALLs from the Loughrea area of Galway. Whilst Clones is "up the road" and somewhat north of Loughrea, I have found HALL "isolates" as far as Granard.
Notwithstanding that your man may have been CofE (mine are all RC), do you have any connection in your research to HALLs in my search area (around mid 1800s)?
Thanks
Danny

Hall/Swan
09-07-2009, 9:24 PM
Sorry but no strays like that for my Halls...