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From: "Nivard Ovington" <>
Subject: Re: [YKS] Clergy within the Church of England - how it "worked"?
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 12:41:58 +0100
From the Clergy List 1897
Two CARISS entries, could the second be a son perhaps?
CARISS, Walter Hy. D.D. St Johns Coll Cam; D(eaconed) 1869 (Lich),
P(riested) 1870 (York); cur(ate) of Pensnett Staffs. 1869-70; Cloughton
1870-4 ; vic. 1874-84; vic., from 1884, of St Gabriel, Birmingham.
CARISS, Walter Hy. Wilson, Birm; D 1895, P 1896 (Worc); cur of Saltley,
Birmingham, from 1895.
D.D. = Doctor of Divinity
Best wishes Nivard Ovington, in Cornwall (UK)
List owner for OVINGTON and HAYLOCK lists
>I am trying to put some meat on the bones of one of my ancestors, Walter
> Henry CARISS. Currently he is the only clergyman within my family. I am
> trying to understand a little more about his profession and how he would
> have become vicar of the parishes - relocated.
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