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|Cardwell, John Henry.|
Adm. pens. (age 19) at CAIUS, June 26, 1861.
S. of William, coal proprietor, of Sheffield.
B. June 20, 1842, in St John's parish, Sheffield.
School, Burnley Grammar, Lancs.
Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1873.
Ord. deacon (London) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of St James's, Clerkenwell, London, 1865-71.
C. of St Andrew's, Fulham, 1871-4; V. there, 1874-90.
Chaplain to the Fulham Union, 1875-81.
R. of St Anne's, Soho, 1891-1914.
Preb. of St Paul's, 1911-21.
While at Soho, carried out the restoration of the Church, and converted the Churchyard into a public garden.
Author, The Story of a Charity School; Twenty years in Soho, etc.
Died Apr. 17, 1921, at Chapel House, Ealing.
Probably brother of Rowland (1869); father of Percy B. (1892).
(Venn, II. 354; Crockford; Caian.)
|John Henry CARDWELL |
Approx. lifespan: 18421921
Adm pens. aged 19 Gonville & Caius College 1861:06:26
s. of William CARDWELL coal proprietor of Sheffield, [Yorkshire],
b. 1842:06:20, in St John's parish, Sheffield, [Yorkshire],
School Sch: School [Burnley Grammar], Lancashire ,
Ord. deacon London 1865
Ord. priest 1866
C.: St James', Clerkenwell, London , 1865-71
C.: St Andrew's, Fulham, [London], 1871-74
V. there 1874-90
Fulham Union, [London], 1875-81
R.: St Anne's, Soho, [London], 1891-1914
Prebendary: St Paul's 1911-21
While at Soho, [London], , carried out the restoration of the Church, and converted the Churchyard into a public garden.
Author, The Story of a
Sch: Charity School
Twenty years in Soho etc.
d. Chapel House, [Chapel, Ealing], [London], 1921:04:17
Probably brother of Rowland CARDWELL (1869)
father of Percy B. CARDWELL (1892)
( Venn, II. 354; Crockford; Caian .)