Gerald Vesey

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Francis Gerald Vesey or Veasey (15 July 1832 – 18 March 1915) [1] was a priest of the Church of England. [2] He was the Archdeacon of Huntingdon [3] from 1874 to 1915. [4]

He was educated at Windlesham House School, Harrow and Trinity College, Cambridge, [5] [6] graduating BA in 1855 and MA in 1858. [7] He was a curate at Great St Mary's, Cambridge and then Rector of St John's Huntingdon from 1858 to 1874 before becoming archdeacon of Huntingdon. [8]

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  1. Genealogical web site
  2. The Rev. Dr. Vesey (Obituaries) The Times Friday, Mar 19, 1915; pg. 5; Issue 40806; col A
  3. British History on-line
  4. Who was Who 1897-2007 , London, A & C Black, 2007, ISBN   978-0-19-954087-7
  5. Malden, Henry C. (1902). Muster Roll. Windlesham House, Brighton. A.D. 1837 to 1902 (2nd ed.). Brighton: H. & C. Treacher.
  6. "Vesey, Francis Gerald (VSY850FG2)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
  7. University Intelligence. Cambridge April 22. (Official Appointments and Notices) The Times Friday, Apr 23, 1858; pg. 12; Issue 22975; col C
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