Humphrey Ellison

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The Very Rev. Humphrey Eakins Ellison, MA was Dean of Ferns from 1896 [1] until 1897: His son [2] and grandson son [3] were both eminent scholars.


  1. ’ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS’ Liverpool Mercury (Liverpool, England), Thursday, October 15, 1896; Issue 15223
  2. King, Henry C.; Sir Harold Spencer Jones (2003). The History of the Telescope. Courier Dover. p. 417. ISBN   0-486-43265-3.
  3. H. W., Newton (1964). "Mervyn Archdall Ellison (obituary)". Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 5: 56
Church of Ireland titles
Preceded by
Charles Hind
Dean of Ferns
Succeeded by
Jonathan Sisson Cooper

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