1738 - 1821
Dodsworth, D.D., Canon of Windsor. Venn's entry reads: Dodsworth, Frederick. College: CHRIST'S Entered: Michs. 1756 Born: Died: Adm. pens. (age 18) at CHRIST'S, June 22, 1756. (2nd) s. of John (? 1737), of Thornton Watlass, near Masham, Yorks. B. at Thornton Hall, Richmonds. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar, 1756; B.A. (Hon. Wrangler) 1760; M.A. 1764; D.D. 1784. C. of Cleasby Chapel, Yorks., 1766. V. of Calne, Wilts., 1767-82. Chaplain to the Earl of Shelburne. V. of Figheldean, 1768. V. of Spennithorne, Yorks., 1778-1821. P.C. of Bredhurst, Kent. Canon of Windsor, 1782. Married (1) a dau. of Francis Barrell, of Rochester; (2) Frances Mosley, of Burley Hall. Died s.p. Mar. 29, 1821, aged 82. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Peile, II. 263; Scott, MSS.) ------------ Source LJRO B/A/1/21 p 95 Surname Dodsworth Forename Frederick Date Ordained Deacon 20 December 1761 from the Archbishop of Canterbury Qualification BA of Christ's, Camb Notes Venn: adnitted pens aged 18 at Christs June 22 1756, 2nd son of John ?1737. BA 1760 MA 1764 dd 1784 Curate of Cleasby Chapel, Yorks 1766. Vicar of Calne Wilts 1767-82 ------------ THORNTON WATLASS yor Thornton Watlass Hall Dodsworth - Smith - Smith-Dodsworth 1600+ Remodelled 1727. Passed 1821 on death of Frederick Dodsworth, Canon of Windsor, to Sir Edward Smith = Dodsworth. Dodsworth family from 14 cent. VCH Yorkshire North Riding. ----- Kent Arch. Soc. Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 66 - 1953 pages 71 Kent Archives Office — 1953 continued Croft MSS. (Deposited by Sir John W. G. Croft, Bart.) Deeds. 115 mainly for Doddington and Newnham, 1645-1774; Chartham, 1361-1536; Egerton, 1374-1579; High Halstow, 1440; 1642, and small numbers for Frindsbury and Strood, Rochester and Sandwich. Family papers. Wills, etc., for members of the Barrell anc Dodsworth families; appointments, including that of Francis Barrel. as recorder of Rochester, 1673.
|Born: Thornton Hall, 1738||Baptised: Thornton Watlass, Yorks., , England 1st May 1738 |
|Died: 29th Mar 1821||Buried: |
Dodsworth of Thornton Watlass