Todd, Hugh

Todd, Hugh a learned English divine, was born at Blencow, Cumberland, in 1658. He became a charity scholar of Queen's College, Oxford, in 1672; fellow of University College, Dec. 23, 1678; A.M. and chaplain to bishop of Carlisle, July 2, 1679. In 1685 he was appointed one of the four canon residentiaries of Carlisle, and the same year obtained the vicarage of Stanwix, which he resigned in 1688. He resigned his residentiaryship in 1720, and died in 1728, being vicar of Penrith and rector of Arthuret. He published, Description of Sweden (1680, fol.): — Life of Phocion (1684 ): — Sermon (1707, 4to): — Sermon, etc. (1711, 4to).

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