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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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.
- Oakington, Cambridgeshire 1