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Walford, John Thomas, 1834-1894 (clergyman)



John Thomas Walford (1834-1894) was born at Hatfield Peverel, Essex, the son of the Revd William Walford. He attended Eton, before entering King's College, Cambridge, in 1853 (B.A., 1858; M.A. 1861), where he was fellow, 1856-1866. He was admitted to Oxford in 1862. He was assistant master at Lancing, 1859-1860, and at Eton, 1861-1865. In 1866 he joined the Church of Rome. He became assistant master at Edgbaston under Cardinal Newman, and became a Jesuit. He was employed subsequently in Malta, Liverpool, Holywell, North Wales and at Beaumont College, Windsor, and as professor at St Beuno's College, St Asaph. He died at Roehampton, Surrey, on 9 January 1894

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Herbert John Reynolds and John Thomas Walford: Notes on Lectures by Richard Shilleto

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.5937-5939
Scope and Contents

Notes on classics lectures

Dates: 1852-1854
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