Charles Kerry (1833 – 1908) – Timeline

Charles Kerry was Curate of St John The Baptist, Puttenham from 1868 – 1877.

  • 1833 – Baptised 23 October 1833, at Smalley, Derbyshire. Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Kerry of Old Green Farm
  • 1862 – 1864 – Attended St. Bees College
  • 1864 – Ordained Deacon 31st July, at York
  • 1865 – Ordained Priest 11th June, at York
  • 1864 (31 July) – 1866 Assistant at All Saints, North Street, York
  • 1865  – Deputy Vicar Choral Yorkminster
  • 1866 – 1868 – Curate at Topcliffe – (All the records for Topcliffe have been deposited in the Riding County Records Office)
  • 1868 – 1877 – Curate at Puttenham Surrey
  • 1872 – Publication of “A History of Waverley Abbey
  • 1874 – Pedigree of the Kerry Family written by Charles Kerry
  • 1877 – 1880 Vicar at Matfen, Northumberland
  • 1878 – Publication of Elstead and its Church (Surrey Archaeological Society Paper)
  • 1880 – 1883 Curate at St. Laurence, Reading, Berkshire
  • 1881 – Creation of album relating to St Laurence, Reading, with much of the information relating to a much earlier time period – Information HERE
  • 1883 – Publication of “A History of the Municipal Church at St Lawrence, Reading
  • 1883 – 1890 Curate at Stone Broom Derbyshire
  • 1890 – 1900 Rector Upper Standon, Bedfordshire
  • 1901 – 1902 Lived at Smalley Derbyshire
  • 1902 – 1905 Lived at West Hallam, Derbyshire
  • 1906 – 1908 Lived at Devon Terrace, Belper
  • 1908  – Charles Kerry died and is buried at Smalley, Derbyshire
  • 1909  – No longer listed in Crockfords
  • 1956 – June 22 – Article in Derbyshire Advertiser

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationery & History; Surnames, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies. Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies/surname courses as well as Researching Ancestors from Continental Europe.
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