Underwood, Charles White, d 1899 (clergyman)
- Existence: d 1899
Charles White Underwood was admitted a sizar at St John's College, Cambridge, in July 1840, at the age of 24, and matriculated at Michaelmas that year (B.A., 1844; M.A., 1847). He was ordained deacon in 1844, and priest in 1845. Underwood was Vice-Principal of Liverpool College, 1853-1865; Vicar of Histon, Cambridgeshire, 1865-1899; Hon. Canon of Ely, 1875-1899; and Rural Dean of Chesterton, 1876-1892. He died on 11 November 1899.
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Extracts dealing with the parish of Oakington, Cambridgeshire
The extracts were made from British Library Add. MSS 5849, 5805, 5827, 5847, 5837 and 5813, being manuscripts of William Cole. Attached to fo. 52 is a slip on which are set out references in the Harleian manuscripts to Croyland Abbey, in the hand of Edward Ventris. At fo. 54 is a loose leaf on which are extracts from Ely visitation books dealing with Oakington, made by E. Ventris, with a pencilled note from Ventris to W.G. Searle, 22 November 1873. On fo. ii is an index of contents.
Notes and extracts on the history of Queens' College, Cambridge
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