TUTTIETT, Lawrence. b. Colyton, Devon, 1825 (baptized 31 Oct); d. St Andrews, Fife, 21 May 1897. He was the son of a surgeon in the Royal Navy, and was educated at Christ's Hospital and King's College, London. Tuttiett originally intended to become a doctor, but changed careers, and took Holy Orders (deacon 1848, priest 1849). At the beginning of his ministry he came under the influence of the Christian Socialists Charles Kingsley* and Frederick Denison Maurice (1805-72), but later adopted the high-church principles of Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-82) and the Oxford Movement*. In 1848 he became curate at St Paul's, Knightsbridge, where the Tractarian William James Early Bennett (1804-86) was...
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