Adams, Fitzherbert, Dd

Adams, Fitzherbert, D.D., an English divine, was born in 1651, and was educated at Lincoln College, where he took his M.A. June 4, 1675. He was inducted into the rectory of Waddington, Sept. 29, 1683; and elected rector of Lincoln College in May, 1685. The same year he became prebendary of the sixth stall, Durham; was removed to the tenth in 1695, and to the eleventh in 1711. He was vice- chancellor in 1695, and died June 17, 1719. As rector of Lincoln he held the living of Twiford, and, having received fifteen hundred pounds for renewing the lease, he expended it upon the college chapel and rector's lodging. .He bequeathed his library to the college, and was a benefactor to All Saints' Church, Oxford.

 
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