Herbert Bate

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Herbert Newell Bate[1] was Dean of York between 1932[2] and 1941.[3]

Born in 1871 into a clerical family,[4] he was educated at St Paul’s and Trinity College, Oxford and ordained in 1896.[5] He was a Tutor of Keble College, Oxford until 1897 when he became a Fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford[6] and Dean of Divinity. He held incumbencies at St Stephen’s Hampstead[7] and Christ Church, Lancaster Gate before 8 years as a Canon at Carlisle Cathedral. He was Rector of Hadleigh, Suffolk and Dean of Bocking, Essex until his appointment to York. An eminent author,[8] he died on 18 May 1941.[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Times, Saturday, 29 June 1935; p. 19; Issue 47103; col A University News Edinburgh Honorary Degrees
  2. ^ London Gazette
  3. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory1940-41 Oxford, OUP,1941
  4. ^ His father was the Rev. George Osborn Bate “Who was Who” 1897-1990 London, A & C Black, 1991 ISBN 0-7136-3457-X
  5. ^ Ordinations. Oxford The Times Tuesday, 22 September 1896; p. 5; Issue 35002; col D
  6. ^ The Times, Thursday, 18 March 1897; p. 7; Issue 35154; col E University Intelligence. Oxford, March 17
  7. ^ The Times, Saturday, 31 October 1903; p. 10; Issue 37226; col B Ecclesiastical Intelligence
  8. ^ Amongst others he wrote “Church History to ad 325”, 1901; “The Healthful Spirit”, 1910; “Sibylline Oracles, III-V”, 1918; “Guide to the Epistles of St Paul”, 1926; and “Faith and Order”, 1927 British Library web site accessed 9 October 2010
  9. ^ The Times, Tuesday, 20 May 1941; p. 2; Issue 48930; col F Obituary The Dean of York Administrator and Scholar
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Lionel George Bridges Justice Ford
Dean of York
1932 – 1941
Succeeded by
Eric Milner Milner-White