Thomas Charles Fry was born on 16 April 1846 and educated at Bedford School and Pembroke College, Cambridge. He was a career schoolmaster, teaching at Durham School and Cheltenham College and briefly becoming headmaster of Oundle School. Resigning that job after illness, he held a curacy before his appointment as Headmaster of Berkhamsted School in 1887. He left Berkhamsted School on his appointment to the Deanery in 1910. He died at the Deanery on 10 February 1930.
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