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Ellerton, John.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, May 15, 1845.
S. of George.
B. [Dec. 16, 1826], in London.
School, King William's College, Isle of Man (Mr Dixon). Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1854.
Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1850; priest, 1851; C. of Easebourne, Sussex, 1850-2. C. of Brighton and Lecturer at St Peter's, Brighton, 1852-60.
V. of Crewe Green, Cheshire, and Chaplain to Lord Crewe, 1860-72.
R. of Hinstock, Salop, 1872-6. R. of Barnes, Surrey, 1879-84.
Chaplain at Pegli, Italy, 1884-5. R. of White Roding, Essex, 1885-92.
Hon. Canon of St Albans, 1892, but never installed.
Married, May 19, 1860, Charlotte Alicia, dau. of William Hart, of Brighton, formerly of Dorking.
Author, Hymns Original and Translated, etc.
Editor, Manual of Parochial Work. Died June 15, 1893, aged 66, at Torquay.
(Boase, v. 214; King William's Coll.
Reg.; Essex Review
, II. 145, 195; 19th Cent.
Hymn Writers
, 110-12; The Guardian, May 23, 1860; Crockford.)
Approx. lifespan: 1826–1893
pens. aged 18 Trinity College adm1845:05:15
s. of George ELLERTON
b. 1826:12:16 London ,
Sch: King William's College ( Mr – DIXON ) Isle of Man ,
Matric 1845:10MT:
BA 1849
MA 1854
Ord. deacon Chichester 1850
Ord. priest 1851
C.: Easebourne, Sussex , 1850-52
C.: Brighton, [Sussex], and
Lecturer at: : St Peter's, Brighton, [Sussex], 1852-60
V.: Crewe Green, Cheshire , , and Chapl. to Lord Crewe 1860-72
R.: Hinstock, Shropshire , 1872-76
R.: Barnes, Surrey , 1879-84
Chapl.: Pegli, Italy , 1884-85
R.: White Roding, Essex , 1885-92
Hon. Canon of: St Albans, [Hertfordshire], 1892, but never installed.
m. 1860:05:19, Charlotte Alicia HART dau. of William HART of Brighton, [Sussex], , formerly of Dorking, [Surrey],
Publ.: Hymns Original and Translated etc.
Editor: Manual of Parochial Work.
d. aged 66 Torquay, [Devon], 1893:06:15
( Boase, v. 214; King William's College Reg.; Essex Rev.iew, II. 145, 195; 19 th Cent. Hymn Writers, 110-12; The Guardian 1860:05:23; Crockford. )