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Reverend John Thomas Manley

Reverend John Thomas Manley (1830-1901)

The son of William Nicholas Manley, John Thomas Manley was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge, 4 July 1848, aged 18. (Graduated BA, 1852; MA, 1855). He was ordained deacon by the Bishop of Winchester in 1852 and became a priest the following year. From 1852 to 1855 he was Curate of Clapham, Surrey, and from 1855 to 1864 he was Perpetual Curate of Mortlake, Surrey. From 1864 to 1890 he was Vicar of Tonbridge.

Reverend John Thomas Manley died at Leamington Spa on 28 March 1901, aged 71. His obituary appeared in the Times on 30 March 1901.

[Source: Clergy List (1863) and Venn’s Alumni Cantabrigienses, 1750-1900.]

Photographed by Camille Silvy on 21 March 1861.

Code: 123501
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