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|Monk, James Henry.|
(age 16) at TRINITY, Apr. 3, 1799.
[Only] s. of Charles [Officer in the 40th Regt.], of Buntingford, Herts.
[B. there, Dec. 12, 1784.] School, Charterhouse.
Matric. Michs. 1800; Scholar, 1801; B.A. (7th Wrangler) 1804; 2nd Chancellor's medal; M.A. 1807; B.D. 1818; D.D. per Lit. Reg., 1822.
Assistant Tutor, 1807-15; Tutor, 1815-23.
Regius Professor of Greek, 1808-23.
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, 1831.
Ord. deacon 1809; priest, 1810.
Whitehall Preacher, 1812.
Dean of Peterborough, 1822-30.
R. of Fiskerton, Lincs., 1822-32.
R. of Peakirk with Glinton, Northants., 1829.
Canon of Westminster, 1830-56.
Bishop of Gloucester, 1830-56; of Gloucester and Bristol, 1836-56.
As Professor of Greek advocated the establishment of a Classical Tripos.
Married, 1823, Jane, only dau. of H. Hughes, of Nuneaton.
Edited Euripides, Hippolytus; R. Porsoni Adversaria; Museum Criticum; Euripides, Alcestis (Greek, with Latin Notes); author, A Vindication of the University of Cambridge from the Reflections of Sir J. E. Smith; The Life of R. Bentley, etc.
Died June 6, 1856, at The Palace, Stapleton, near Bristol, aged 71.
Buried in the north aisle of Westminster Abbey.
M.I. of St James's, Westminster.
Father of Charles J. (1842). (Boase, II. 923; Northants.
Clergy; Foster, Index Eccles.; D.N.B.)
|James Henry MONK |
Approx. lifespan: 17841856
pens. aged 16 Trinity College adm1799:04:03
Only s. of Charles Officer in: : 40th Regiment, of Buntingford, Hertfordshire ,
b. there 1784:12:12
Sch: Charterhouse School Charterhouse, [London],
BA 7 th Wrangler 1804
2nd Chancellor's Medal
DD per Lit. Reg. 1822.
Assistant Tutor: 1807-15
Regius Professor of: Greek 1808-23
Adm ad eundem Oxford University 1831
Ord. deacon 1809
Ord. priest 1810
Whitehall Preacher: 1812
Dean of Peterborough, [Northamptonshire], 1822-30
R.: Fiskerton, Lincolnshire , 1822-32
R.: Peakirk with Glinton, Northamptonshire , 1829
Canon of: Westminster, [London], 1830-56
Bishop of: Gloucester, [Gloucestershire], 1830-56
of Gloucester, [Gloucestershire], and Bristol, [Somerset], 1836-56
As Professor of: Greek advocated the establishment of a Classical Tripos.
m. 1823,Jane, only dau. of H. Hughes, of Nuneaton, [Warwickshire],
Publ.: Edited Euripides, Hippolytus; R. Porsoni Adversaria; Museum Criticum ;Euripides, Alcestis (Greek, with Latin Notes);
Publ.: A Vindication of University of CB, ???, from the Reflections of Sir J. E. Smith; The Life of R. Bentley etc.
d. 1856:06:06,at The Palace, Stapleton, near Bristol, [Somerset], , aged 71.
bur. in the north aisle of Westminster Abbey, Westminster, [London],
MI of St James', Westminster, [London],
father of Charles J. MONK (1842)
( Boase, II. 923; Northants. Clergy ; Foster, Index Eccles.; D.N.B. )
[add:]Son of Charles, Officer in the 45th Foot (40th in Venn) and his wife Sarah; she died 24 April 1848, aged 100,at Tickhill, Yorkshire , [:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell: C. Chron. of 29 April 1848)[:add]