Alexander Kirkpatrick

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Memorial to Alexander Francis Kirkpatrick in Ely Cathedral

Alexander Francis Kirkpatrick (25 June 1849 - 22 January 1940) was Regius Professor of Hebrew at Cambridge University (1882 - 1903) and the third Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge (1898 - 1907).

Life[edit]

Kirkpatrick was educated at Haileybury and Trinity College, Cambridge.[1]

He also served as Canon of Ely (1882 - 1903), Dean of Ely[2] (1906 -1936), Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester (1895 - 1903) and General Editor for Old Testament and Apocrypha, Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges (1892 - 1929).[3]

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Academic offices
Preceded by
Arthur James Mason
Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity
1903–1907
Succeeded by
William Inge
Preceded by
Thomas Jarrett
Regius Professor of Hebrew, Cambridge University
1882-1903
Succeeded by
R. H. Kennett
Preceded by
John Richardson Selwyn
Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge
1898-1907
Succeeded by
Richard Appleton
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Charles William Stubbs
Dean of Ely
1906–1936
Succeeded by
Lionel Edward Blackburne