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Cornewall, Folliott Herbert [Walker]
Adm. pens. at ST JOHN'S, June 24, 1772.
Of Salop. 2nd s. of Frederick, Capt., R.N. [and Mary, dau. of Francis Herbert]. School, Eton.
Matric. Michs. 1776; B.A. 1777; M.A. 1780; Fellow, 1777-84.
D.D. (Canterbury) 1793.
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 14, 1777; priest, Dec. 20, 1778; Chaplain to the House of Commons, 1780.
R. of Frilsham, Berks., 1781-4. A Common Councilman of the Borough of Ludlow, 1781-97.
Assumed the additional name of Walker on succeeding to the estates of his relative, Francis Walker, of Ferney Hall, in 1783.
Canon of Windsor, 1784-93.
R. of East and West Rudham, Norfolk, 1786-8. Master of Wigston's Hospital, Leicester, 1790-3. Dean of Canterbury, 1793-7. Bishop of Bristol, 1797-1803; of Hereford, 1803-8; of Worcester, 1808-31.
Married Anne, dau. of The Hon. George Hamilton, Canon of Windsor, at Taplow, Bucks., June 19, 1787.
Author, Sermons. Died Sept. 5, 1831, aged 77, at Hartlebury.
Buried in the family vault at Delbury, Salop.
Father of the next, etc., and brother of Frederick W. (1770).
(St John's Coll.
, IV; Burke, L.G., 1862; D.N.B.)
Folliott Herbert Walker CORNEWALL
Approx. lifespan: 1754–1831
Tripos: John Math. 1777
Adm pens. St John's College 1772:06:24
Of Shropshire
2nd s. of Frederick CORNEWALL Captain: R.N. [and Mary HERBERT dau. of Francis HERBERT ].
Sch: Eton
Matric 1776:10MT:
BA 1777
MA 1780
Fellow 1777-84
DD Canterbury 1793
Ord. deacon Peterborough 1777:12:14
Ord. priest 1778:12:20
Chapl.: House of Commons [ London ] 1780
R.: Frilsham, Berkshire 1781-84
A Common Councilman of Borough of Ludlow [Ludlow], [ Shropshire ] 1781-97
Assumed the additional name of Walker on succeeding to the estates of his relative, Francis Walker, of Ferney Hall, [Ferney], [ Shropshire ] in1783
Canon of: : Windsor, [ Berkshire ] 1784-93
R.: East and West Rudham, Norfolk 1786-88
Master of: : Wigston's Hospital Leicester, [ Leicestershire ] 1790-93
Dean: Canterbury, [ Kent ] 1793-97
Bishop of Bristol, [ Somerset ] 1797-1803
of Hereford, [ Herefordshire ] 1803-08
of Worcester, [ Worcestershire ] 1808-31
m. Anne HAMILTON dau. of Hon. George HAMILTON Canon of: : Windsor, at Taplow, Buckinghamshire 1787:06:19
Author, Sermons.
d. aged 77 Hartlebury, [ Worcestershire ] 1831:09:05
bur. the family vault at Delbury, Shropshire
father of Frederick Hamilton CORNEWALL (1809) etc., and brother of Frederick W. CORNEWALL (1770)
( St John's College Adm., IV; Burke, L.G. 1862; D.N.B. )