William Peel (bishop)
|William George Peel|
|Died||April 15, 1916(aged 62)|
He was born in 1854, educated at Blackheath Proprietary School, and ordained in 1875. After a Curacy in Trowbridge he went out as a missionary to India where he rose to be Principal of Noble College Masulipatam. Elevation to the Episcopate as the third Bishop of Mombasa came in 1899. He died in post on 15 April 1916.
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- "Rt. Rev. Wm. G. Peel Dies. Bishop of Mombasa Figured in Famous Kikuyu Heresy Case.". New York Times. April 16, 1916. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
The death is announced of the Right Rev. George Peel, Bishop of [Mombasa] Africa. ... in 1914 by the Bishop of Zanzibar against the Bishops of Uganda and Mombasa, ...
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- The Times, Monday, Apr 17, 1916; pg. 4; Issue 41143; col E Death Of the Bishop of Mombasa
- "Bishop of Mombasa is Dead". The Argus. April 18, 1916. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
The death is announced of Dr William Peel, Anglican Bishop of Mombasa since 1899 He was in his 82nd year. Dr Peel was one of the leading figures in the Kikuyu controversy in 1913–14. A conference of missionary societies at work in British East Africa, (including Anglicans, Methodists, and Presbyterians) was held at Kikuyu in June, 1913 Among those who attended it were two Anglican bishops, Dr Peel of Mombasa and Dr Willis of Uganda.line feed character in
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