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|Lightfoot, Joseph Barber.|
at TRINITY, Feb. 10, 1847.
[3rd] s. of John Jackson [accountant]. B. [Apr. 13], 1828, at 84, Duke Street, Liverpool.
School, King Edward's, Birmingham.
Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 1849; 1st Chancellor's medal, 1851; B.A. (30th Wrangler and Senior Classic) 1851; Norrisian prize, 1853; M.A. 1854; D.D. 1864.
Fellow, 1852; tutor, 1857-62; Hon. Fellow, 1872.
Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1879.
Hulsean Professor of Divinity, 1861-75.
Lady Margaret Preacher, 1861.
Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, 1875-9. A founder of the Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, and one of its editors, Mar. 1854-9. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1854; priest, 1858.
Whitehall Preacher, 1866-7. Canon Residentiary of St Paul's, 1861-79.
Chaplain to the Prince Consort, Feb. 1861; to Queen Victoria, 1862-79.
Deputy Clerk of the Closet, 1875-9. Bishop of Durham, 1879-89.
An original member of the New Testament company of Revisers, July 1870-Nov. 1890.
A Commissioner for Cambridge under Universities of Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877-81.
Presided at the Church Congress meeting at Newcastle, 1881.
Author, Commentaries on Epistles to the Galatians, Colossians, and Philippians; On a Fresh Revision of the English New Testament; The Apostolic Fathers; St Ignatius and St Polycarp; The Epistles of Paul; Sermons. Founded the Lightfoot scholarships for Ecclesiastical History, 1870.
Died Dec. 21, 1889, at an hotel in Bournemouth.
Buried in the Chapel of Auckland Castle.
M.I. in Great St Mary's, Cambridge.
For an account of the important influence exercised by him on Cambridge thought see D.N.B. Left part of his library to the Divinity School.
Brother of the next.
(Boase, II. 428; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; D.N.B.; C.U. Hist.
Reg. 73, note 16; Church Bells Portrait Gallery, 20.)
|Joseph Barber LIGHTFOOT |
Approx. lifespan: 18281889
pens. Trinity College adm1847:02:10
3rd s. of John Jackson Accountant:
b. 84 Duke Street, Liverpool, [Lancashire], 1828:[04:13]
Sch: King Edward's School Birmingham, [Warwickshire],
1st Chancellor's Medal 1851
BA 30 th Wrangler and Senior Classic 1851
Norrisian Prize 1853
Hon. Fellow 1872
Hon.DCL (Oxford) 1879
Hulsean Professor of: Divinity 1861-75
Lady Margaret Preacher: 1861
Lady Margaret Professor of: Divinity 1875-79
Founder of: : Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, and one of its editors 1854-9:03
Ord. deacon Manchester 1854
Ord. priest 1858
Whitehall Preacher: 1866-67
Canon: Residentiary of St Paul's, [London], 1861-79
Chapl.: to the Prince Consort 1861:02
to Queen Victoria 1862-79
Deputy Clerk of: : Closet 1875-79
Bishop of: Durham, [Co. Durham], 1879-89
An original member of the New Testament company of Rev.isers 1870:07:-1890:11
Commissioner for: : CB, ???, under Universities of OX, [Oxfordshire], and CB, ???, Act 1877-81
Presided at the Church Congress meeting Newcastle, [Northumberland], 1881
Publ.: Commentaries on Epistles to the Galatians, Colossians, and Philippians; On a Fresh Rev.ision of the English New Testament; The Apostolic Fathers; St Ignatius and St Polycarp; The Epistles of Paul; Sermons
Founded the Lightfoot scholarships for Ecclesiastical History 1870
d. 1889:12:21 at an hotel Bournemouth, [Hampshire],
bur. in the Chapel of Auckland Castle, Auckland, [Co. Durham], . MI in Great St Mary's, Great, CB, ???, [Cambridgeshire],
For an account of the important influence exercised by him on CB, ???, thought see D.N.B.
Left part of his library to the Sch: Divinity School Divinity, ???,
brother of William Barber LIGHTFOOT (1841)
( Boase, II. 428; Al. Oxon.; Crockford; D.N.B.; C.U. Hist. Reg. 73, note 16; Church Bells Portrait Gallery, 20)
[add:]Son of John Jackson, accountant of Bold Place, Liverpool, [Lancashire], , and his wife Ann Matilda[:add]
[add:]Photograph: CAS: Album 69; two portraits, one by Lowes Dickinson, at Trinity College [:add]
[add:]Atkinson 452, 453[:add]