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Allott, Richard, 1745-1832 (clergyman)



  • Existence: 1745 - 1832


Richard Allott (1745-1832), son of Bryan Allott, rector of Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, was educated at Beverley School in Yorkshire, before matriculating at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1762 (B.A., 1766; M.A., 1769). He was ordained deacon in 1767, and became rector of Annaduff. He was prebendary of Tuam, 1771-1774, before becoming precentor of Armagh cathedral and prebendary of Armagh. He was dean of Raphoe, 1795-1832. Allott died in 1832 at Beauvirage, near Lausanne. Allott's son, also called Richard (1783-1858), entered Trinity College in 1801, and became a fellow in 1807. He also followed a career in the Church.

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Collections for a History of Trinity College, Cambridge

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.6147
Scope and Contents

437 folios. On fo. 4v is a letter from Allott to Richard Allott junior, 14 April 1822, and on fo. 18 is a note from J.E. Jackson, 11 March 1817. On fo. 437 is Anthony Topham, 'In Inaugurationem serenissimi Regis Caroli', transcribed from Cantabrigiensum dolor et solamen seu decessio Jacobi succesio Caroli (Cambridge, 1625), p. 7. Some leaves are blank.

Dates: 1817-1822 (Circa)
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