Person    | Male  Born 5/5/1833  Died 10/5/1908

Rev. William Hagger Barlow

Categories: Religion

Rev. William Hagger Barlow

Vicar of Islington, active 1894. From The Eagle, 1891 "The Christian of May 2, 1890, gives an excellent portrait and a biographical sketch of the Rev W. H. Barlow, B.D. Vicar of Islington, formerly Scholar of the College 9B.A. 1857). He will be best known to the present generation of Johnians as the father of our much-missed H. T. E. Barlow, now Chaplain to the Bishop of Sodor and Man."

Our colleague Andrew Behan provides: "Born in Matlock Derbyshire and married Eliza Mary Williams on the 15th August 1861 in Bristol. He died in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, (although in those days it fell within Northamptonshire) where he is buried in the cathedral. His estate amounted to £27,573 7s." There is a fuller biog at Wikisource.

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Rev. William Hagger Barlow

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St Mary Magdalene Gardens

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St Mary Moorfields

St Mary Moorfields

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The Reverend Edwin Noyes, M.A.

The Reverend Edwin Noyes, M.A.

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Upton Chapel

Upton Chapel

Built in 1864 in Barkham Terrace to replace the house that had been used,1785 -1862, by a group of Particular Baptists in what is now Burrell Street SE1. That building, rebuilt in 1801, was demolis...

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Church of St Marylebone

Church of St Marylebone

Old parish church , built 1400, rebuilt 1741, demolished 1949.

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Rabbi Leo Baeck

Rabbi Leo Baeck

Rabbi and theologian. Born in Leszno, in the German province of Posen, (now in Poland). He served as leader of Liberal Judaism in his native country and internationally, and later represented all G...

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