Musgrave, Vernon, 1831-1906, clergyman

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Musgrave, Vernon, 1831-1906, clergyman

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1831-1906

History

Vernon Musgrave was born in 1831, the son of Charles Musgrave, vicar of Halifax, and his second wife Ellen Frances Waterhouse, and the nephew of Thomas Musgrave, Archbishop of York. He was educated at Cambridge, graduating BA in 1853 and MA in 1856.

He was appointed vicar of Mattersey in Nottinghamshire in 1855 and held the post until 1862 when he was made Rector of Hascombe in Surrey, a position he held until his death. At Hascombe he oversaw the rebuilding of the parish church and rectory.

Between 1871 and 1904 he was also Rural Dean of Godalming and in 1881 he was Canon of Winchester. Between 1888 and 1906 he served as Proctor in Convocation for the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Surrey.

Vernon Musgrave died in Surrey in 1906.

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Musgrave, Thomas, 1788-1860, Archbishop of York (1788-1860)

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Thomas Musgrave is the uncle of Vernon Musgrave.

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Musgrave family (fl 1756-1932)

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Musgrave, Charles, c 1793-1875, clergyman (c 1793-1875)

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Musgrave, Charles, c 1793-1875, clergyman is the parent of Musgrave, Vernon, 1831-1906, clergyman

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GB 193

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ISAAR(CPF): International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families, International Council on Archives (2nd edition, 2003); Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names, National Council on Archives (1997).

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Created by S. A. Shearn, April 2015.

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Frederick Arthur Crisp, 'Visitation of England and Wales,' Vol 16 (1909).

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