Leveson Venables-Vernon-Harcourt

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The Venerable Leveson Venables-Vernon-Harcourt (b 20 March 1788 [1] – 26 July 1860 [2] ) was Archdeacon of Cleveland from 3 December 1828 until 27 October 1832. [3]

He was the son of Edward Venables-Vernon-Harcourt, born at Sudbury, Derbyshire. He matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford in 1806, graduating B.A. in 1810, and M.A. 1813,. [4] He was for many years Chancellor of the Diocese of York. [5]

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References

  1. Wiki Tree
  2. 'Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries' The Morning Post (London, England), Tuesday, 28 July 1801; Issue 10270
  3. British History On-line
  4. Foster, Joseph (1888–1892). "Harcourt, Rev. Leveson Venables Vernon"  . Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715–1886 . Oxford: Parker and Co via Wikisource.
  5. "Archbishop Thomson's Visitation Returns for the Diocese of York 1865" Larsen, R.M./ Royle,E (Eds) p117: York; Borthwick Publications, Borthwick Institute for Archives University of York; 2006 ISBN   9781904497172
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Preceded by
Francis Wrangham
Archdeacon of Cleveland
1828–1832
Succeeded by
Henry Todd