Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886/Ward, Rev. William George

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Ward, Rev. William George, 1s. William, of St. George's, Bloomsbury, London, arm. Christ Church, matric. 26 Nov., 1830, aged 18; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 1834, fellow Balliol Coll. 1834-45, M.A. 1837, mathematical and logic lecturer, junior bursar 1841, senior bursar 1842, a prominent personage in the Oxford (Tractarian) movement, author of 'Ideal of a Christian Church,' 1844, which was condemned in Convocation, 1845, and its author deprived of his M.A. degree, he seceded to Rome shortly after, was for many years editor of the Dublin Review, Pius IX. conferred on him the degree of D.D., he died 6 July, 1882.