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|Pratt, Joseph Stephen.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY, Jan. 30, 1865.
S. of the Rev. Charles (1839), of Packington, Leics.
B. there [Apr. 27], 1844.
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869.
Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1868; priest, 1869; C. of St John's, Keswick, Cumberland, 1868-71.
C. of Chesham, Bucks., 1871-2; V. there, 1872-83.
P.C. of St Stephen's, South Lambeth, 1883-94.
R. of Fornham St Martin with St Genevieve, Suffolk, 1894-1913.
Resided subsequently at Bury St Edmunds, where he died July 11, 1932; buried at Fornham St Martin.
Father of Charles C. (1894).
(Repton Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, July 15, 1932.)
|Joseph Stephen PRATT |
Approx. lifespan: 18441932
pens. Trinity College adm1865:01:30
s. of Rev. Charles PRATT (1839) of Packington, Leicestershire ,
b. there 1844:[04:27]
Sch: Repton School Repton, [Derbyshire],
Ord. deacon Carlisle 1868
Ord. priest 1869
C.: St John's, Keswick, Cumberland , 1868-71
C.: Chesham, Buckinghamshire , 1871-72
V.: there ^ Buckinghamshire , 1872-83
P.C.: St Stephen's, South Lambeth, [London], 1883-94
R.: Fornham St Martin with St Genevieve, Fornham, Suffolk , 1894-1913
subsequently Bury St Edmunds, [Suffolk],
buried at Fornham St Martin, Fornham, [Suffolk],
father of Charles C. PRATT (1894)
( Repton School Reg.; Crockford; The Times 1932:07:15)
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|Reid, James Smith.|
Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, Apr. 28, 1865. [Eldest] s. of John [schoolmaster].
B. [May 3, 1846], at Sorn, Ayrshire.
Schools [Arbroath and] City of London.
Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 1865; Browne medal, 1868; 1st Chancellor's medal, 1869; B.A.
(Senior Classic) 1869; Whewell Scholar, 1870; LL.M. 1872.
Fellow of Caius, 1878-1926; tutor, 1885-99.
Fellow of Christ's, 1901.
University Lecturer in Classics, 1883-99.
Professor of Ancient History, 1899-1924.
Litt.D., Dublin, 1892; Hon.
LL.D., St Andrews, 1906.
F.B.A. Lowell Lecturer at Harvard, 1910.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 8, 1867.
Married, Aug. 1, 1872, Ruth Gardner, dau. of Thomas Gardner, of Pond House, Lower Clapton (and sister of Professor Percy Gardner (1865)). Edited Cicero's Pro Milone, De Finibus; etc.
Author, The Municipalities of the Roman Empire; Memoir of Sir John Sandys; etc.
Of Lysmore, West Road, Cambridge.
Died Apr. 1, 1926.
His widow died in Cambridge, Jan. 22, 1946, three weeks before her 101st birthday.
Father of Kenneth G. (1899).
(Venn, II. 432 and add.; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; Peile, II. 587.)
|James Smith REID |
Approx. lifespan: 18461926
pens. Christ's College adm1865:04:28
Eldest s. of John REID .
b. Sorn, Ayrshire , 1846:05:03
schools Sch: Arbroath School Arbroath, [Angus],
and] City of London, [London],
Browne Medal 1868
1st Chancellor's Medal 1869
BA Senior Classic 1869
Whewell Scholar 1870
Fellow of: : Caius 1878-1926
Hon. Fellow of: : Christ's College 1901
University Lecturer in Classics 1883-99
Professor of: Ancient History 1899-1924
Hon. LittD Dublin, [Ireland], 1892
Hon.LLD St Andrews, [Fife], 1906
Lecturer at: : Harvard, [Massachusetts], USA , 1910
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1867:07:08
m. 1872:08:01 Ruth Gardner GARDNER dau. of Thomas GARDNER, of Pond House, Pond, Lower Clapton, [London], (and sister of Professor: Percy Gardner (1865) )
Publ.: Edited Cicero's Pro Milone, De Finibus ; etc.
Publ.: The Municipalities of the Roman Empire; Memoir of Sir John Sandys ; etc.
Of Lysmore, West Road CB, [Cambridgeshire],
His widow died CB, ???, [Cambridgeshire], 1946:01:22, three weeks before her 101st birthday.
father of Kenneth G. REID (1899)
( Venn, II. 432 and add.; Inns of Court; D.N.B.; Peile, II. 587)
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