Arthur Tozer Russell
RUSSELL, Arthur Tozer. b. Northampton, 20 March 1806; d. Southwick, Sussex, 18 November 1874. He was the son of a Congregationalist minister named Clout who changed his name to Russell. He was educated at Merchant Taylors’ School, London, Manchester College, York (a Dissenting Academy, in York from 1803 to 1840), and St John’s College, Cambridge. He became a member of the Church of England and took Holy Orders (deacon 1827, priest 1830). He was successively vicar of Caxton, Huntingdonshire (1830-52), and of Waddon, Cambridgeshire (1852-63); perpetual curate of St Thomas’s, Toxteth Park, Liverpool (1863-68); and rector of Wellington, Shropshire (1868-74). He was appointed to the living of...
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