Charles Clarke (priest)

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The Ven Charles Philip Stewart Clarke , MA was an eminent Anglican priest and author [1] in the middle third of the 20th century.

He was born in 1871 and educated at Clifton and Christ Church, Oxford.[2] Ordained in 1895,[3] he was Head of the Christ Church (Oxford) Mission in Poplar until 1908. He held incumbencies at Fenton[disambiguation needed], High Wycombe, Donhead St Andrew, North Stoneham and Trotton [4] after which he was Archdeacon of Chichester from 1934 until 1946; and a Canon Residentiary at the cathedral from 1936. He retired from both posts in 1946 and died a year later on 18 December 1947.[5]

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  1. ^ Amongst others he wrote “Everyman’s Book of Saints”, 1914; “Church History: from Nero to Constantine”, 1920; “A Short History of the Christian Church”, 1929; “Saints and Heroes”, 1931; “The Oxford Movement and After”, 1932; “The Via Media”, 1937;and “Life of Bishop Chandler”, 1939 - British Library website accessed 19:08 GMT 31 April 2011
  2. ^ University Intelligence. Oxford, Oct. 23.The Times Thursday, Oct 24, 1889; pg. 8; Issue 32838; col A
  3. ^ Ordinations Winchester The Times Tuesday, Dec 24, 1895; pg. 14; Issue 34768; col F
  4. ^ “Who was Who” 1897-2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978-0-19-954087-7
  5. ^ Obituary: The Ven. C. P. S. Clarke The Times Friday, Dec 19, 1947; pg. 7; sue 50948; col E
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Benedict George Hoskyns
Archdeacon of Chichester
1934 – 1946
Succeeded by
Lancelot Mason