Person    | Male  Born 25/4/1815  Died 9/12/1890

Dean Richard William Church

Categories: Religion

Countries: Wales

Dean of St Paul’s from 1871 to 1890. Died Dover.

2019: We were contacted by Ann Hentschel who told us that church was born Lisbon, Portugal, not Newport, Wales, as we had read elsewhere. Ann has published her researches on RWC's mother at Bromley Caroline Metzener Family Tree.

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Amen Court

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St Paul’s Choir school

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