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Vicar of Shirley 1490 – 1514. John Ashby, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar of Shirley 1515 – 1534. John Ashby, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar 14 May 1718 – 3 Feb 1781.
Born in 1689 to Thomas Boultbee and Mary Smith. Thomas married Lucy Shirley and had 10 children. He died...
Vicar of Shirley 1300 – 1304. William de Alsop, the Abbot of Darley patron.
Vicar of Shirley 1394 – 1395. John de Ashburne, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar (14 Nov 1676 - 14 Nov 1676).
Coates, Richard Edward
Vicar of Shirley between 1913 and 1937. He studied for Holy Orders at St. John's Theological College,...
Perpetual Vicar (8 Jul 1550 – 1584). King Edward VI, patron. a.k.a Cowappe or Cowoppe.
Corfield, Claud Evelyn Lacey
Claud was educated at Trent College, Derby and then St Catherine's College, Cambridge. He became chaplain...
The son of William Wilmot Corfield and Mary Rogers, at Penryn, Cornwall. He was Rector of Templecrone...
Vicar of Shirley 1674 – 1717. Sir Robert Shirley, patron.
de Assheton, William
Vicar of Shirley 1351 – 1356. William de Clifton, Abbot of Darley, patron.
de Cotes, John
Vicar of Shirley 1311 – 1313. William de Alsop, Abbot of Darley, patron.
de Felkirke, Robert
Vicar of Shirley 1304 – 1311. William de Alsop, Abbot of Darley patron.
de Shirley, James
Rector of Shirley 1260 – 1300. William de Wymondham, the Abbot of Darley patron
de Shirley, Henry
Vicar of Shirley 1349 – 1351. William de Clifton, Abbot of Darley, patron.
de Stanton, John
Vicar of Shirley 1390 – 1393. Thomas de Haddon, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar of Shirley 1430 – 1468. Simon de Repington, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar from 3 Feb 1781 to 27 Oct 1815.
Marked as "Cl" under Occupation on the 1841 census.Listed as "Gibbs Rev. Thomas" in Pigot's (1842). His...
Harrison, Francis William
Verger and sexton.
Vicar of Shirley (8 Sep 1662 – 21 Jan 1663). Elizabeth Salte, patron. (a.k.a Samuel Hirne, Samuel Hieron)Described...
Assistant curate. BA from Cambridge, Corpus Christi. Appointed 24 Jun 1832 and moved to Osmaston 7 Jul 1833.
John "Presbyter et capellanus"
Vicar of Shirley 1348. William de Clifton, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Curate. Appointed 08 Aug 1726. Retrieved from CCCEd.
Vicar (1 Jul 1561 – 1 Jul 1561). Retrieved from CCCEd.
le Roo, William
Vicar of Shirley 1357 – 1399. Laurence de Burton, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Vicar of Shirley 1398 – 1399. John de Ashburne, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Linton, William Richardson
Botanist and vicar of Shirley between 1886 and his death in 1908.Born in Diddington, Huntingdonshire....
Vicar of Shirley 1313 – 1348. William de Alsop, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Mitchell, Eardley Wilmot
Vicar of Shirley between 1847 and 1872. Born in Essex. Married Catherine in 1841. Sold-up with an auction...
Money, James Drummond
Assistant curate. Appointed 25 Jan 1829. BA: Cambridge, Trinity Hall. Retrieved from CCCEd.
Vicar of Shirley 1469 – 1489. Henry de Killingsworth, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Nash, William Wallace Hayward
Vicar of Shirley. Inducted in June 1938 under the patronage of Earl Ferrers.Fined a pound for motoring...
Owen, Charles Harry
Vicar. Estate valued at £5,243 1s. 9d. net. The surplus household effects and furniture were sold at auction.
Curate. Appointed 28 Jun 1790. Retrieved from CCCEd.
Powys, Charles Francis
Vicar of Shirley from 1872 to 1879.Listed as "Powys Rev, Chs. Fdk. M. A." in Wright's Directory of...
Vicar (3 Feb 1593 – 19 Jul 1605). Queen Elizabeth I, patron. a.k.a Christoferus Presse.
Robson, John Maurice
Rev. Canon John Maurice Robson was the son of Reverend James Robson. He married Lady Jane Penelope Justice...
Vicar of Shirley (6 Dec 1614 – 22 Mar 1639). Maria Presse, patron. (a.k.a Henricus Salle or Henry...
Curate. Appointed 22 Sep 1718.
Vicar of Shirley 21 Jan 1663 - 28 Jun 1665. Dame Katherine Shirley, patron. (a.k.a Edmundus Sheppard)
Vicar 27 Oct 1815 – 24 Mar 1828.
Shirley, Walter Augustus
Vicar between 1828 and 1837. He wasn't impressed with the church when he arrived: "At Shirley the church...
Curate. Appointed 21 Sep 1747.
Rector of Shirley between 1230 and 1260. Fulcher de Ireton, patron.
46 y.o. home missionary on the 1861 census. Born in Kegworth, Leics.
Stipendiary curate appointed 07 Nov 1814.
Vicar of Shirley 1396 – 1397. John de Ashburne, Abbot of Darley, patron.
Perpetual Vicar (8 Jul 1550 – Jul 1550). a.k.a Ralph Woodenett or Ranulphus Woodnet.
Vicar of Shirley 1535 till the dissolution? Thomas Page, Abbot of Darley, patron.