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Cotton, James Henry.
Adm. pens. (age 17) at TRINITY, June 19, 1797. 2nd s. of George (1761), Dean of Chester, of Acton, Cheshire.
B. Feb. 8, 1781.
Schools, Rugby and Chester (Mr Wingfield).
Matric. Michs. 1797; LL.B. 1804.
Ord. deacon, 1803; priest, 1804.
V. of Bangor, 1810-38.
R. of Derwen, Denbs., 1810.
Precentor, 1810-38.
R. of Llandyvrydog, Anglesey, 1814-21.
R. of Llanllechid, Carnarvon, 1821-62.
Dean of Bangor, 1838-62.
Married (1) Mary Ann, dau. of William Henry Majendie, Bishop of Bangor, Apr. 14, 1810; (2) Mary Lawrens, dau. of Samuel Fisher, M.D., of Bath, June 6, 1826.
Author, Sermons, etc.
Died May 28, 1862, at the deanery.
Buried in the churchyard of Bangor Cathedral.
(Vis. of England and Wales, XVIII; Boase; Scott, MSS.)
James Henry COTTON
Approx. lifespan: 1781–1862
Adm pens. aged 17 Trinity College 1797:06:19
2nd s. of George COTTON (1761) Dean: Chester, of Acton, Cheshire
b. 1781:02:08
Schools Sch: Rugby and Chester( Mr – WINGFIELD )
Matric 1797:10MT:
LLB 1804
Ord. deacon 1803
Ord. priest 1804
V.: Bangor, [ Caernarvonshire ] 1810-38
R.: Derwen, Denbighshire 1810
Precentor: 1810-38
R.: Llandyvrydog, Anglesey 1814-21
R.: Llanllechid, Caernarvonshire 1821-62
Dean: Bangor, [ Caernarvonshire ] 1838-62
m. (1) Mary Ann MAJENDIE dau. of William Henry MAJENDIE, Bishop of Bangor, 1810:04:14
(2) Mary Lawrens FISHER dau. of Samuel FISHER MD, of Bath, [ Somerset ] 1826:06:06
Author, Sermons etc.
d. 1862:05:28, at the deanery [Bangor] [ Caernarvonshire ]
bur. the churchyard of Bangor Cathedral [Bangor], [ Caernarvonshire ]
( Vis. of England and Wales, XVIII; Boase ; Scott, MSS. )