James Tetley

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James George Tetley, DD, DLitt, MA (6 July 1843 – 10 March 1924)[1] was an eminent Anglican priest [2] and author [3] in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Tetley was born in Torquay, educated at Magdalen College, Oxford,[4] and ordained in 1868.[5] After curacies in Caldicot, Badminton and Henley-on-Thames he was Vicar of Highnam from 1876 to 1892.[6] He was Proctor in Convocation for the Chapter of Bristol and a Canon Residentiary at its cathedral from then[7] until 1910 when he became Archdeacon of Bristol, a post he held until 1921.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Rev. Dr. Tetley The Times (London, England), Tuesday, 11 Mar 1924; pg. 19; Issue 43597
  2. ^ "The Clergy List" London, Kelly’s, 1913
  3. ^ Amongst others he wrote "Ahab and Elijah", 1869; "Old Times and New", 1904; and "Forty Years Ago and After", 1910 > British Library web site accessed 07:25 GMT Monday 29 April 2013
  4. ^ ‘TETLEY, Rev. James George’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing plc, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 accessed 29 April 2013
  5. ^ ORDINATIONS Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, 26 December 1868; Issue 6035
  6. ^ SUMMARY . The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Monday, 7 March 1892; pg. 4; Issue 12716
  7. ^ Ecclesiastical Intelligence The Times (London, England), Monday, 7 Mar 1892; pg. 7; Issue 33579
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Ravenscroft Stewart
Archdeacon of Bristol
1910–1921
Succeeded by
Charles Henry Dickinson