Spencer, George Trevor, Dd

Spencer, George Trevor, D.D.

a missionary of the Church of England, was born in 1800. He graduated at University College, Oxford, in 1822; the same year was nominated incumbent of Buxton, Derbyshire, but resigned this position in 1829, when he was presented to the rectory of Leaden Roding, near Chipping Ongar. In 1837 he was nominated as bishop of Madras, but in 1849 returned to England. In 1860 he became rector of Walton-in-the-Wolds, and the same year chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral. He died at Edgemoor, Buxton, England, July 18, 1866. See Amer. Quar. Church Rev. October 1866, page 493.

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