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Adm. sizar (age 19) at ST JOHN'S, June 2, 1834.
S. of William, Wesleyan minister.
B. Dec. 9, 1815, at Sheffield.
Schools, Kingswood and King's College, London.
Matric. Michs. 1834.
Migrated to Trinity, Dec. 17, 1834; B.A. (Trinity) 1841.
LL.D. (Aberdeen). Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1841; priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Dublin) Jan. 26, 1845.
Head Master of Tavistock Grammar School, 1837-47.
C. of Stamford Spiney, Devon, 1841-2. C. of Bray, Dublin, 1843-7. V. of Brooke, Norfolk, 1847-70.
Vice-Principal of the People's College, Norwich.
Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 1855-70.
F.S.A. Well known as a promoter of 'Harvest Homes' for country districts.
Author, An Analysis of Palmer's Origines Liturgicae; The Nineveh Monuments and the Old Testament, etc.
Died Apr. 20, 1870, at Aigle, Switzerland.
Brother of the above.
(Kingswood Sch. Reg.; Boase; D.N.B.)
|William BEAL |
Approx. lifespan: 18151870
Adm sizar aged 19 St John's College 1834:06:02
Of Yorkshire ,
s. of William BEAL Wesleyan minister:
b. Sheffield, [Yorkshire], 1815:12:09
Sch: King's College London ,
Mig. to Trinity College 1834:12:17
BA Trinity College 1841
Ord. deacon Exeter 1841
Ord. priest Norwich, Litt. dim . from Dublin 1845:01:26
Headmaster: Sch: Tavistock Grammar School [Tavistock], [Devon], 1837-47
C.: Stamford Spiney, Devon , 1841-42
C.: Bray, Dublin, [Ireland], 1843-47
V.: Brooke, Norfolk , 1847-70
Vice-Principal of: : Sch: People's College Norwich, [Norfolk],
Diocesan Inspector of Schools: 1855-70
Well known as a promoter of 'Harvest Homes' for country districts
Publ.: An Analysis of Palmer's Origines Liturgicae; The Nineveh Monuments and the Old Testament etc.
d. Aigle, Switzerland , 1870:04:20
brother of Samuel BEAL (1843)
( Kingswood Sch. Reg.; Boase; D.N.B .)