Edward Every

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The Right Rev. Edward Francis Every ,[1] CBE,[2] DD,[3] MA (13 April 1862 – 16 January 1941) [4] was an Anglican priest[5] and author:[6] a missionary bishop,[7] in South America [8] for a 35 year period[9] during the first half of the twentieth century.[10] He was the second son[11] of Sir Henry Flower Every, 10th Bart,[12] and educated at Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge. Ordained[13] in 1885,[14] after a curacy[15] in West Hartlepool [16] he became Vicar of Seaham [17] then St Cuthbert’s, Gateshead.[18] In 1902 he became Bishop of the Falkland Islands;[19] and in 1910, of TheArgentine.[20] In 1937 he returned to England to become Rector of Egginton,[21] and an Assistant Bishop and Honorary Canon of Derby Cathedral. On his death that diocese's bishop added to his obituary in The Times saying

"Above all he was, most obviously, one of the saints of the Most High: the trumpets will assuredly have sounded for him on the other side."

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  1. ^ NPG details
  2. ^ Edinburgh Gazette
  3. ^ "University Intelligence" The Times(London, England), Monday, 3 Dec 1906; pg. 10; Issue 38193
  4. ^ "Deaths" The Times(London, England), Saturday, 18 Jan 1941; pg. 1; Issue 48827
  5. ^ London Gazette
  6. ^ Amongst others he wrote The Church's Missions in Christendom. White settlers in South America, (1908); The Anglican Church in South America, (1915); Historical Sketch of the Diocese of the Falkland Islands, South America, (1916);The Anglican Diocese of Argentina and Eastern South America. An historical sketch, (1921);Twenty-Five Years in South America, (1929); and South American Memories of Thirty Years, 1933 > British Library web site accessed 15:02 GMT Wednesday 29 August 2012
  7. ^ Anglican Confirmations in Patagonia
  8. ^ Project Canterbury
  9. ^ "Dr E. F Every- Many years bishop in Argentina- The Bishop of Derby writes" Wednesday, 22 Jan 1941; pg. 7; Issue 48830.
  10. ^ National Church Institutions Database of Manuscripts and Archives
  11. ^ "Sir Henry Flower, Baronet (deceased)" The Standard (London, England), Tuesday, 30 May 1893; pg. 8; Issue 21498. (12927 words). 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II
  12. ^ thePeerage.com
  13. ^ "ORDINATIONS" Northern Echo (Darlington, England), Monday, 21 December 1885; Issue 4939
  14. ^ "Ordinations" The Times (London, England), Thursday, 24 Dec 1885; pg. 3; Issue 31638
  15. ^ "DISTRICT NEWS" The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, 31 May 1893; pg. 7; Issue 12101. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.
  16. ^ St Luke’s church web site
  17. ^ "The following preferments and appointments have ben made" The Times(London, England), Wednesday, 21 Mar 1894; pg. 11; Issue 34217
  18. ^ Church no longer used
  19. ^ Dictionary of Falklands Biography
  20. ^ Last of the old-time outlaws: the George West Musgrave story" Tanner, J.D/Tanner, K.H: Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press, 2002 !SBN 0806134240
  21. ^ EVERY, Rt Rev. Edward Francis’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 accessed 29 Aug 2012