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Gerald Blunt

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Gerald Blunt

Rector of Chelsea Old Church. Brother of Wilfred Scawen Blunt and father of Reginald, Chelsea historian and founder of the Chelsea Society and also of artist Arthur Cadogan Blunt (1860–1934).

British History On-line confirms that Blunt was the Rector at The Rectory from 1860 and "A. Gerald W. Blunt was the son of Henry Blunt, senior curate of Chelsea Parish (1824–1830) and later Rector of Holy Trinity, Chelsea (1832–1835). Several additions were made to the Rectory during Mr. Gerald Blunt's residence there."

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Gerald Blunt

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Dovehouse Green - Victorian plaque

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