Greville Phillimore

PHILLIMORE, Greville. b. London, 5 February 1821; d. Ewelme, Oxfordshire,  20 January 1884. He was the son of Joseph Phillimore, Regius Professor of Civil Law, of Shiplake House, Henley-on-Thames. He was educated at Westminster School and then, as ‘An Exhibitioner on the Foundation’ at the Charter House, before studying at Christ Church, Oxford (BA 1842, MA 1844). He took Holy Orders in 1845, and served curacies at Henley-on-Thames (1846), Shiplake (1847-48), Wargrave and Fawley (1848-49), and Henley again (1850-51), He was appointed by Christ Church to the living of Down Ampney, Gloucestershire (1851-67). There, according to the Memoir by Catherine Mary Phillimore (presumably his...

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