John Woodhouse (priest)

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John Chappell Woodhouse,[1] D.D.[2] (1749 - 1823) was Archdeacon of Salop from 17 October 1798 until 24 December 1821;[3] and Dean of Lichfield from 1807 until his death.

Woodhouse was born at Lichfield where his father was a doctor.[4] He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford.[5] He held incumbencies at Donnington, Shropshire and Stoke on Trent.[6]

Woodhouse died on 17 November 1833.[7]

Notes

  1. ^ flickr
  2. ^ 'Journals of the House of Lords', Volume 59 p176
  3. ^ Shropshire Parish registers. Diocese of Lichfield. Phillimore, W.P.W. (Ed) Lichfield, Shropshire Parish Register Society, 1913
  4. ^ National Archives
  5. ^ "Alumni Oxonienses: the members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886; their parentage, birthplace and year of birth, with a record of their degrees. Being the matriculation register of the University" Foster,J (Ed) Vol V p1604 Oxford, Parker & Co,1888
  6. ^ "The Later Correspondence of George III, Aspinall,A. (Ed) Volume 3 p506: Cambridge, CUP, 1968
  7. ^ Genealogy links
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