Author talk:Digby Strangeways Wrangham

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WRANGHAM, Digby Strangeways, South Cave, Brough, Yorkshire — St John's Coll, Oxon. B.A. 1854, M.A. 1859, Deac. 1854, by Bp. of G. and B. Pr. 1855, by Bp. of B. and W; V. of South Cave, Dio. York, 1859 (Patron, H.G. Barnard, Esq; V.'s Gross Inc. 180l; Pop. 1421); formerly C. of Sopworth, Wilts, and Badminton, Gloucestershire.

—Crockford's Clerical Directory [1] The Reverend Digby Strangeways Wrangham. Justice of the Peace for the East Riding of York; Vicar of Darrington 1875-91, Vicar of South Cave 1859-75, Curate of Middleton on the Wolds; Curate of Sopworth, Wiltshire, and Badminton, Gloucestershire 1854-59. Born in London. Educated Charterhouse and Saint John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1859. Author of ‘Modern Methodism’ and ‘Lyra Regis’ and editor and translator of Adam of Saint Victor. Born June 16th 1831. Married April 14th 1868 his first cousin Agnes Augusta Raikes (nr.; born at Chester; died July 23rd 1885, aged 45). Died January 11th 1892 in Darrington, aged 60. Issue: Lucy Charlotte Wrangham. Born at Chester c. 1870. Canon Francis Wrangham, M.A. Born June 6th 1871 and baptised July 9th at South Cave. Educated Shrewsbury School, Selwyn College (admitted October 1st 1890, B.A. 1893, M.A. 1897) and Clergy Training School, Cambridge. Ordained deacon 1895 and priest 1896; Curate of Darrington, Yorkshire, 1895-1901; Rector of Long Newnton, Wiltshire, 1901-17; Proctor in Convocation 1919-22 and 1924; Rector of Hardenhuish 1917-20; Rural Dean of Chippenham; Vicar of Highworth with Sevenhampton 1920-26; Rural Dean of Cricklade 1920; Rector of Burton Agnes with Harpham 1926-41; Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral 1918-36; Canon Emeritus from 1936. Died January 14th 1941. Anne Caroline Wrangham. Baptised October 28th 1872 at South Cave. Died unmarried November 8th 1946.

—Family Tree of Oswald Wrangham [2]

Wrangham, Digby Strangeways, 1842-48. Son of the late Digby Cayley Wrangham, M.P., Q.C., of the Rocks, Gloucester, b. 1831. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Darrington, Yorks.

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