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Gen. Francis 
Lascelles
1744 - 1799


Gen. Francis 
Lascelles
, Related. JENNER, Henry Lascelles born 06 June 1820 Chislehurst Kent died 18 Sep 1898 Preston vicarage near Dover seventh of eight sons among fourteen children of the Right Hon'ble Sir Herbert JENNER (1842, JENNER-FUST), knighted 20 February 1828 dean of the Court of Arches, judge of the prerogative court of Canterbury, Master Trinity Hall Cambridge born 1778 parish St Gregory by Paul [joined to parish of S Mary Magdalen Knightrider St], London baptized 04 February 1778 educated under Dr Richard VALPY at Reading grammar school; married 14 Sep 1803 died 20 February 1852 Mayfair London buried 26 February 1852 family vault S Nicholas Chislehurst Kent second son of Robert JENNER of Chislehurst of Doctors Common, proctor ((1) married 1775) and Ann BIRT eldest daughter and co-heiress of Peter BIRT, of Armin co York and Wenvoe Castle co Glamorgan and Elizabeth LASCELLES born 30 Mar 1784 died 29 July 1828 Chislehurst Kent daughter of Lieutenant General Francis LASCELLES, brother to the 1st Earl of HAREWOOD [Note: the eldest daughter Frances LASCELLES married 1801 Robert JENNER, his second marriage] married 11 Aug 1847 S Columb Major Cornwall, Mary Isabel FINLAISON born 1820 Swansea Glamorganshire Wales daughter of William FINLAISON, Commodore (1820) Royal Navy, (1844) governor Ascension island and Marion born c1798 London Middlesex (1861) widow of no occupation (366;316;249;2;24;144;DUHO;287) Education preparatory schools Blackheath, and Sunbury 1834 Harrow school (under CT LONGLEY, later archbishop of Canterbury) 29 Dec 1839 adm pensioner Trinity Hall Cambridge 1839 Scholar Trinity 1841 LLB Cambridge 1867 DD Cambridge 11 Jun 1843 deacon Canterbury 09 Jun 1844 priest Ely 24 Aug 1866 bishop consecrated by royal licence to CT LONGLEY archbishop of Canterbury as `Bishop of the United Church of England and Ireland in our colony of New Zealand'; (together with SUTER (selected by AC TAIT bishop of London) 2nd bishop of Nelson) by Canterbury (LONGLEY), London (TAIT), Gloucester and Bristol (CJ ELLICOTT) (280;37;288) Positions 1841 Henry aged 20 student, at home with his father Sir Herbert JENNER, his brothers, Edward 25 law, Montague 20 a student, and servants, 6 servants, in Chesterfield St (next door to Lord DACRE aged 67), Mayfair co Middlesex (400) 1843-1846 curate Chevening Sevenoaks co Kent diocese Canterbury 1844 accepted as a member of the Ecclesiological Society (The Ecclesiologist) 1846 - 1849 assistant (to SE WALKER) curate S Columb Major Cornwall diocese Exeter May 1849-1851 assistant (to John Francis KITSON) curate Antony Cornwall 1851 curate-in-charge Leigh near Southend diocese Rochester 1852 curate Brasted Kent diocese Rochester Oct 1852-1854 minor canon Canterbury cathedral diocese Canterbury 1853 tour of Portugal with his friends the Revd JM NEALE, (who published an account of the tour) and the Revd Alexander Penrose FORBES (`The Scottish Pusey') bishop of Brechin (1847) 1854-1866 honorary secretary Ecclesiological Society 1854-18 Sep 1898 vicar Preston-next-Wingham near Dover Canterbury 1861-1866 (founder) precentor, Canterbury Diocesan Choral Union 1861 vicar Preston with Wingham with wife, six children, mother in law, visitor, three servants residing Preston vicarage (census return) 05 Jan 1866 Bishop SELWYN wrote Bp HARPER: that Abp LONGLEY of Canterbury had as requested selected a bishop (JENNER) for Dunedin 1867 toured England raising funds for his see Dunedin (24;5;9;37) 1867 S Alban Holborn, and S Matthias Stoke Newington 1867 pre-Lent mission, S Peter London Docks confirmation services including at S Peter London Docks diocese London (Pall Mall Gazette) Oct 1868 4th general synod (at Auckland) requested JENNER to withdraw his claim to see of Dunedin 1868 sailed via Panama to Dunedin to claim his see 03 Feb 1869 arrived Dunedin PHOEBE 09 Apr 1869 1st session of Dunedin diocesan synod rejected his claim to the proposed see of Dunedin 23 Jan 1870 from Dunedin diocese now at Preston (letter Lambeth archives) n d sought appointment as bishop of Mauritius 1871 census return has him `bishop of Dunedin New Zealand, vicar of Preston' 15 June 1871 resigned the see of Dunedin 1872 his claims to the see investigated and sustained by reviewing bishops appointed from Canterbury 1873 still threatening to return to claim the see of Dunedin 1874 attended SSC synod S Peter London Docks (234) 1879 sought appointment as bishop of Jamaica 1879 sought appointment as assistant bishop for Lichfield 1882-12 Jun 1888 `eve(que provisiore' (in his own opinion, appointed to this office by Archbishop AC TAIT of Canterbury), associated with Fr Hyacinthe LOYSON, of ‚Eglise Catholique Gallicane in Paris, whither he made episcopal visits (280;37;70;24;5;9;37;159) Note Hyacinthe (born Charles) LOYSON (1827-1912) was a religious with the Sulpicians, Dominicans, and Discalced Carmelites before (1869) excommunication for heresy; he founded (1878) the Gallican Catholic church based in Paris. He was associated with a variety of episcopi vagantes, particularly Joseph Ren‚e VILATTE. (For another connection, see Percy Wise CLARKSON). Bishop JENNER appears to have aimed at regularising the `Gallican Catholic church' by linking it to the more stable Old Catholic church, achieved in 1893. See the papers of FA WHITE treasurer of the French committee of the Anglo-Continental Society for correspondence (1878-1903) with LOYSON in Paris (Lambeth Palace library). (internet information from various uncertain sources) Other BERESFORD HOPE, the donor of the new church All Saints Margaret St, St Marylebone was a year ahead of him at Harrow, and with him active (latterly secretary) in the Ecclesiological Society at Cambridge; of which Abp LONGLEY was latterly patron (288) first Ritualist bishop, `opposed alike to Roman and Puritan innovations' yet a member of the Romanist SSC Society of the Holy Cross (238) composer hymn tunes, contributor to Hymns Ancient and Modern, Chope Carols (24) contributor to Guardian, Church Times, Ecclesiologist, Monthly Packet (editor Charlotte YONGE), Newbury House Magazine author and composer c1847 Of Flowers as employed in the Adornment of Churches 1855 Litany anthem 1855 visitation sermon The Grace of Holy Orders 1856 Morning and Evening Prayers 1857 Carol for May-day 1860 Carol for Christmas; Carol for Harvest Home 1864 The Canticles divided for chanting 1873 Carol for Ascension day (5;9;37;159) see Seeking a See (24) 21 Sep 1898 obituary The Times 1898 will to probate Canterbury, to Mary Beatrice EDGELL wife of James EDGELL esquire, £196 (366) his son Henry JENNER of the British Museum became a Roman Catholic 17 Aug 1905 memorial to him in the church Preston-next-Wingham, a two-light window in the south aisle, with S Gregory and S Augustine of Hippo, designed by his son Henry JENNER and made by TF CURTIS in Soho London (The Times)

Born: 1st Nov 1744Baptised:
Died: 1799Buried:
Family:
Lascelles

Ancestors
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1.
Gen. Francis 
Lascelles
(
Catley
) 1744 - 1799
2.
Edward 
Lascelles
(
Ball
) 1702 - 1747
 
 
3.
Frances 
Ball
(
Lascelles
)
6.
 

Siblings


1.
M/? 
Lascelles

2.
M/? 
Lascelles

3.
Col. Edward 
Lascelles
(
Chaloner
,
Dawes
) 1740 - 1820

Spouses



1. [no known marriage]

Descendants
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a.
1.
Rowley 
Lascelles
(
Morgan
) ante 1775 - post 1795
1a.
Elizabeth Gould 
Morgan
(
Lascelles
) + 1836
1.1.
Frances 
Lascelles
(
Morgan
) + 1867
2.
Jane 
Lascelles
(
Wynyard
) + post 1815
2a.
2.1.
Lucy Louisa Octavia 
Wynyard
2.2.
Mary Maria Hester 
Wynyard
(
Higginson
) 1815 - 1893 ...
3.
Charlotte 
Lascelles
(
Rice
) + 1832
3a.
Rev. Edward 
Rice
(
Lascelles
) 1776 - 1862
3.1.
Edward 
Rice
post 1804 - 1820
3.2.
Rev. Francis William 
Rice
(
Raymond Barker
,
Knox
) 1804 - 1878
3.3.
George Robert 
Rice
* 1804
3.4.
Cecil 
Rice
(
Arney
) 1806 - post 1837
3.5.
Maria 
Rice
(
Bankes
) 1808 - 1886 ...
3.6.
Elizabeth 
Rice
1810 - 1828
3.7.
Lucy Horatia 
Rice
(
Sweet Escott
) 1811 - 1895 ...
3.8.
Charlotte 
Rice
(
Cameron
) + post 1835
Sources

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1799Died
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