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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: On Line database of Clergy

    There is a database of clergy at http://www.theclergydatabase.org.uk/index.html

    Started by Sue Mackay‎, 27-01-2008 6:24 PM
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  1. Church of Ireland Clergy

    Does anyone have access to a list of Church of Ireland clergy circa 1830's ? I have a Robert Hamilton that I'm trying to trace who was a Clerk in Holy Orders. I have reasonably comprehensive details regarding his son Francis who was born in mid 1835 in Navan, County Meath and subsequent...

    Started by harfin‎, 12-02-2009 8:26 AM
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  2. Rev William DUNLOP, Buckhaven, 1915

    Filed with John W Scott's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten letter, dated March 1915, from Rev William DUNLOP of St David's U F Church, Buckhaven, Fife (Scotland). May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, SCO, page 10421

    Started by fullscott‎, 03-02-2014 7:47 PM
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  3. Rev Reginald C PAGE, Norfolk 1912

    Filed in the WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten reference (Q & A type) from the Reverend Reginald C PAGE, of The Rectory, Trimingham, Norfolk, dated January 1912. May be of use as a handwriting sample Anc****y, COP, page 19902 (repeated 19903)

    Started by fullscott‎, 15-11-2013 5:45 PM
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  4. John YOUNG, John ANDERSON SAFFRON WALDEN 1916

    Filed with Alfred George Copping's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten letter from John YOUNG, Baptist Minister, Saffron Walden, Essex, dated September 1916. Also a typewritten letter with handwritten signature from John ANDERSON, Abbey Lane Congregational Church, Saffron Walden....

    Started by fullscott‎, 08-10-2013 9:05 PM
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  5. Rev S FRAMPTON, (Troops) Liverpool 1918

    Filed with Lewis Coppel's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten letter on headed (stamped) notepaper from the Reverend S FRAMPTON, Officiating Clergyman to the Troops, Croxteth Grove, Liverpool, dated September 1918. May be useful as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, COP,...

    Started by fullscott‎, 28-09-2013 6:37 PM
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  6. Rev Theodore H A MORRIS, Felling, Durham 1916

    Filed with Isaac Steel Usher's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): Handwritten correspondence (written on behalf of Usher's mother, who appears to be illiterate) from Rev Theodore H A MORRIS, Clerk in Holy Orders, St Albans Vicarage, Felling on Tyne, County DURHAM. Dated November 1916 & September...

    Started by fullscott‎, 28-07-2013 9:56 PM
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  7. FRETTSOME-Church Army

    Does anyone know if there is any kind of record of Church Army members? My Grandfather was a Captain in the Church Army and was wondering if I could find any more information about him? He was also a Lay Preacher I believe

    Started by podj‎, 29-01-2009 10:59 PM
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  8. James STONE, Vicar Hildenborough 1911

    A handwritten reference for Harry FULLER, filed with his WW1 Service Records: James STONE, Vicar of HILDENBOROUGH (Kent), dated May 1911. May be useful as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, FUL, page 29620 Also, a handwritten letter, dated 1916, written on behalf of Fuller's...

    Started by fullscott‎, 06-05-2013 4:23 PM
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  9. E H BRICE, Vicar of COLEFORD, Glos, 1919

    Filed with Ernest FULLER's WW1 Service Records: A handwritten reference from E H BRICE, Vicar of Coleford, Gloucestershire, dated November 1919. May be useful for handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, FUL, page 26576

    Started by fullscott‎, 29-04-2013 6:12 PM
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  10. Rector of Tebberton (?) Glos, 1920

    Filed with (one of many) Ernest FULLER's WW1 Service Records: A handwritten letter from George LEAVER(?), Rector of Tebberton/Tibberton Rectory, Gloucester. May be useful for a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, FUL, page 26559

    Started by fullscott‎, 29-04-2013 5:48 PM
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  11. Question Register of Vicars?

    Hello Everyone, I wondered how to find information on the careers of vicars. Surely there must be some kind of register somewhere. The only ones I have discovered so far have been current ones but I am interested in the 18C and 19C ones. Also, I have a couple of Methodist Lay Preachers in my...

    Started by katranz‎, 08-09-2005 5:22 PM
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  12. Post Methodist Lay Preacher

    Hello, I am looking for any info on my great grandfather Albert Barker, a Methodist Lay Preacher. I only know that he was married in 1910 and was a lay preacher in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. I am particularly interested in his church involvement. Thanks for any help.

    Started by Marc‎, 30-12-2012 4:18 PM
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  13. Rev Edmund HOUGHTON

    Can anyone help me find the Rev Edmund Houghton. I do not know whether he was Church of England or Non Conformist. He had a son also named Edmund, a Draper in Bildestone, Suffolk who on the 1841 census is given an age of 25 and is said to have been born in Suffolk. In 1857 there was a...

    Started by maureenann‎, 28-10-2012 5:08 PM
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  14. edward abbey tindall

    Hi to all , my grandparents where in service to the Rev edward Abbey Tindall at st catherines ,ventnor isle of wight . iam trying to trace his date of death , the family story is that he died on a train circa 1930 , and this is why my grandparents moved to Portsmouth. Can anyone...

    Started by deanC‎, 10-10-2012 6:28 PM
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  15. Ayers of Princes Risborough, Bucks

    I was just doing a search through my PR cd for Princes Risborough for John Ayres. I got over 150 hits on marriages alone.:yikes: Then I realised the Vicar John Ayres was a witness for the marriages.:yes: I just wish he was my rellie, coz then I could give a blow by blow account, of where...

    Started by stepives‎, 01-07-2012 4:45 PM
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  16. Rev William DANCY/DANCEY b 1863 Co Cavan Irel

    Seeking info or possible sources of info on above Rev William DANCY/DANCEY. I have his parents (William & Elizabeth Dancey of Co Cavan), & I have his marriage (1889 Santry, Dublin, to Alice Elizabeth CLARKE). From various directories, & the 1901 Irish census I have Rev Williams 3 children - Ethel...

    Started by MindfulRoz‎, 08-05-2012 6:57 PM
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  17. James Nimmo

    This may be futile but... James Nimmo was a Presbyterian minister. During the 1850s and early 1860s he worked in the Hunter Valley, NSW, Australia. He presided over my ancestor's third marriage in a private house in either Newcastle or Maitland. (The first two marriages were made before compulsory...

    Started by spison‎, 22-04-2012 10:40 PM
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  18. Moses Wellwood, missionary in Africa

    I have been trying to locate Moses Wellwood, my gr-gr-grandmother's brother, born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the early 1800's. In my gr-grandmother's diary, she says that he was a missionary in Africa for five years before returning and marrying his childhood sweetheart. Trouble is, the rest...

    Started by DebbieAnn‎, 20-07-2005 1:20 AM
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  19. Rev Samuel Robert Record

    He was my great uncle and was a minister in Bibury, Gloucestershire. His address was 'The Manse', Bibury according to British Telephone Directory 1953. I cannot find which type of church he served in and look for any more information. Peter Record

    Started by Peter Record‎, 01-10-2011 10:10 AM
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  20. Robert NEWTON, Rector 1660s-1720s

    Iíd like to learn more about my 8xgt-grandfather, Robert NEWTON, who was the Rector of Frittenden, Kent from the 1660s until his death in 1725. Iíve looked at the Frittenden parish registers for that period but not many have survived and he didnít add any little notes to give me clues about his...

    Started by BeeJay‎, 28-07-2011 6:31 PM
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