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Adm. pens. at CHRIST'S, Jan. 18, 1825. [2nd] s. of the Rev. Henry (1794), of Barnbrough, Yorkshire . (and Frances Mary, dau. of Freeman Bower, of Killerby Hall, Yorkshire .). B. Apr. 1, 1808. [Schools, Shrewsbury and Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1826.
Kept two terms.
Adm. at Emmanuel, May 7, 1827; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833; B.D. 1840.
Fellow of Emmanuel, 1838-47.
A friend and contemporary of Charles Darwin.
Ord. deacon (St Davids) 1837; priest, 1838.
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1841-73.
R. of Long Marston, Yorkshire , 1873-88.
Preb. of York.
Archdeacon of York, 1874-88.
Married (1) Aug. 5, 1847, Amelia, dau. of the Rev. George Millett (sometime Fellow of Christ's), and had issue; (2) Sept. 17, 1873, Fanny, dau. of William Chambers, of Hafod, Cardiganshire . Died Feb. 6, 1888, at Bournemouth.
M.I. in York Minster.
Father of Harry T. G. (1893); brother of Henry (1831).
( Record of Old Westminsters ; 1874-84); Peile, 421; Boase, III. 1221; Crockford; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, I. 169.)
Frederick WATKINS
Approx. lifespan: 1808–1888
pens. Christ's College adm1825:01:18
2nd s. of Rev. Henry WATKINS (1794) of Barnbrough, West Riding of Yorkshire , (and Frances Mary BOWER dau. of Freeman BOWER of Killerby Hall, Killerby, North Riding of Yorkshire , )
b. 1808:04:01
schools Sch: Shrewsbury School Shrewsbury, [Shropshire],
and Westminster, [London],
Matric 1826:10MT:
Kept two terms
Adm. at Emmanuel 1827:05:07
BA 1830
MA 1833
BD 1840
Fellow of: : Emmanuel 1838-47
A friend and contemporary of Charles Darwin.
Ord. deacon St Davids 1837
Ord. priest 1838
H.M. Inspector of Schools: 1841-73
R.: Long Marston, West Riding of Yorkshire , 1873-88
Prebendary: York, [Yorkshire],
Archdeacon of: York, [Yorkshire], 1874-88
m. (1) 1847:08:05 Amelia MILLETT dau. of Rev. George MILLETT (sometime Fellow of: : Christ's College )
had issue
m. (2) 1873:09:17
Fanny, dau. of William Chambers of Hafod, Cardiganshire ,
d. Bournemouth, [Hampshire], 1888:02:06
MI York Minster, [Yorkshire],
father of Harry T. G. WATKINS (1893)
brother of Henry WATKINS (1831)
( Record of Old Westminsters ; (1874-84); Peile 421; Boase III. 1221
Crockford; Life and Letters of Charles Darwin I. 169)