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Browne, Edward Harold.
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, Nov. 28, 1827.
Of Bucks. [S. of Robert, Colonel, of Morton House, Aylesbury.
B. Mar. 6, 1811.
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1828; Scholar, 1829; Prizeman; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1834; B.A. (24th Wrangler) 1832; M.A. 1835; B.D. 1855; D.D. 1864.
Fellow, 1837-40.
Norrisian Professor of Divinity, 1854-64.
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1836; priest, 1837; P.C. of Holy Trinity, Stroud, 1837.
P.C. of St James's, Exeter, 1841-2. P.C. of St Sidwell's, Exeter, 1842-3. Vice-Principal of St David's College, Lampeter, 1843-9. V. of Kenwyn-cum-Kea, Cornwall, 1849-57.
Preb. of Exeter, 1850.
V. of Heavitree, Devon, 1857-64.
Canon of Exeter, 1857-64.
Bishop of Ely, 1864-73.
Bishop of Winchester, 1873-90.
Prelate of the Order of the Garter, 1873.
Married Elizabeth, dau. of Clement Carlyon, M.D., June 18, 1840.
An excellent administrator, acted as a moderating influence during the Colenso controversy.
Author, theological, etc.
Died Dec. 18, 1891, at Shales, near Bitterne, Hants.
Memorial altar in Winchester Cathedral.
Father of Harold C. G. (1864), Robert M. G. (1872), Barrington G. (1866) and Thirlwall G. (1869).
(D.N.B., 1st Suppl.; Boase, IV. Suppl.)
Edward Harold BROWNE
Approx. lifespan: 1811–1891
Adm pens. Emmanuel College 1827:11:28
Of Buckinghamshire
s. of Robert BROWNE Colonel of: : Morton House, [Morton, Aylesbury], [ Buckinghamshire ]
b. 1811:03:06
Sch: Eton
Matric 1828:10MT:
Scholar 1829
Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar 1834
BA 24 th Wrangler 1832
MA 1835
BD 1855
DD 1864
Fellow 1837-40
Norrisian Professor of Divinity: 1854-64
Ord. deacon Ely 1836
Ord. priest 1837
P.C.: Holy Trinity Stroud, [ Gloucestershire ] 1837
P.C.: St James' Exeter, [ Devon ] 1841-42
P.C.: St Sidwell's Exeter, [ Devon ] 1842-43
Vice-Principal of: : Sch: St David's College Lampeter, [ Cardiganshire ] 1843-49
V.: Kenwyn-cum-Kea, Cornwall 1849-57
Prebendary: Exeter, [ Devon ] 1850
V.: Heavitree, Devon 1857-64
Canon of: : Exeter, [ Devon ] 1857-64
Bishop of Ely, [ Cambridgeshire ] 1864-73
Bishop of Winchester, [ Hampshire ] 1873-90
Prelate of the Order of the Garter 1873
m. Elizabeth CARLYON dau. of Clement CARLYON MD 1840:06:18
An excellent administrator, acted as a moderating influence during the Colenso controversy.
Author, theological, etc.
d. Shales, near Bitterne, Hampshire 1891:12:18
Memorial altar in
Winchester Cathedral [Winchester], [ Hampshire ]
father of Harold C. G. BROWNE (1864), Robert M. G. (1872), Barrington G. (1866) and Thirlwall G. (1869)
( D.N.B ., 1 st Suppl.; Boase, IV. Suppl .)
[add:]Chaplain and lecturer at Downing College in 1837[:add]
[add:]Passed over as too old to become Archbishop of Canterbury after Tait in 1882[:add]
[add:]Photograph (from Men of Mark ): CAS: F17; autotype from photograph, CAS:[:add]
[add:]G18; photographs: CAS: Album 2: J29; P.J. Barnwell[:add]