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|WHITE-THOMSON, LEONARD JAUNCEY.|
Adm. at KING'S, Oct. 10, 1883. [3rd] s. of Col. Sir Robert Thomas, K.C.B., of Broomford Manor, near Exbourne, Devon (and Fanny Julia, dau. of General Sir Henry Robert Ferguson-Davie, 1st Bart.). B. Nov. 15, 1863.
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890; D.D. 1924.
Ord. deacon (Southwell), 1890; priest, 1891; C. of St Margaret's, Nottingham, 1890-1. Domestic Chaplain to Archbishop Benson, 1891-4. R. of St Martin with St Paul, Canterbury, 1894-1900.
V. of Ramsgate, 1901-7. V. of St Peter in the Isle of Thanet, 1907-9. V. of Croydon, Surrey , 1909-19.
Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1905-18.
Succeeded to Broomford Manor, Devon , on the death of his father, 1918.
Archdeacon and Canon of Canterbury, 1918-24.
Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1924 and 1927.
Bishop of Ely, 1924-33.
Married, Dec. 19, 1896, the Hon. Margaret Adela Trefusis, 3rd dau. of Lord Clinton, and had issue.
Died Dec. 31, 1933, at the Palace, Ely. Brother of the next.
( Crockford ; Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The Times, Jan. 20, 1897 and Jan. 2, 1934.)
|Leonard Jauncey WHITE-THOMSON |
Approx. lifespan: 18631933
Adm King's College 1883:10:10
3rd] s. of Colonel: Sir Robert Thomas, K.C.B., of Broomford Manor, near Exbourne, Devon , (and Fanny Julia ROBERT dau. of General Sir Henry ROBERT Ferguson-Davie, 1st Bart.)
Ord. deacon Southwell 1890
Ord. priest 1891
C.: St Margaret's, Nottingham, [Nottinghamshire], 1890-91
Domestic Chapl. to Archbishop Benson 1891-94
R.: St Martin with St Paul, Canterbury, [Kent], 1894-1900
V.: Ramsgate, [Kent], 1901-07
V.: St Peter in the Isle of Thanet, [Kent], 1907-09
V.: Croydon, Surrey , 1909-19
Hon. Canon of: Canterbury, [Kent], 1905-18
Succeeded to Broomford Manor, Broomford, Devon , on the death of his father 1918
Archdeacon and Canon of: Canterbury, [Kent], 1918-24
Select Preacher: CB, [Cambridgeshire], 1924, and 1927
Bishop of: Ely, [Cambridgeshire], 1924-33
m. 1896:12:19 the Hon. Margaret Adela Trefusis CLINTON 3rd dau. of Lord CLINTON
d. 1933:12:31 at the Palace, Ely, [Cambridgeshire],
brother of Remington Walter WHITE-THOMSON (1881)
( Crockford ; Burke, L.G.; Who was Who; The Times 1897:01:20, and 1934:01:02)