John Howard Bertram Masterman
MASTERMAN, John Howard Bertram. b.Tunbridge Wells, Kent, 6 December 1867; d. Stoke Damerel, Plymouth, Devon, 25 November 1933. He was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge (BA 1893, MA 1897, DD 1907), where he won the Chancellor’s Medal for poems in three successive years (‘Iona’, 1891; ‘Raphael’, 1892; ‘Delphi’, 1893). He took Holy Orders (deacon 1893, priest 1894), followed by two further years at St John’s College, when he was a lecturer in Church History (1894-96). After three years as vicar of St Aubyn’s Church, Devonport (1896-99), he moved to Birmingham as Principal of the Midland Clergy College (1899-1901), and Warden of Queen’s College (1902-07). He was awarded an Honorary MA by...
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