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IDeath of Archdeacon . Jl.

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I Death of Archdeacon Jl. I The Times contains iho following obituary notice of Archdeacon Ncvill who was a mem ber of a well known Carmarthenshire family —The Venerable Henry Ra!;>i: Nevill Archdeacon of Norfolk, died at Norwich on tho 17th, in his 80th year. The late Archdeacon was the fourth son of Mr Richard Janion Nevill, of Llangennech- Park, and was born en June 17th, 1821. He was educated at Rugby and Univer- sity College, Oxford, where he graduated in. 1844. In 1858 he returned to the scene of his first curacy as vicar of the importan parish of Great Yarmouth, where he had under his immediate cohtrol not only the great church of St Nicholas, but its six subsidiary churches as well. Here he stayed for 15 years, Bishop Pelham giving him an honorary canonry in 1860. Re resigned both offices in 1873 on his appoint- ment to a residentiary canonry at Norwich, and in the following year was made Arch- deacon of Norfolk in succession to Arch- deacon Blakelock. Archdeacon Nevill, who was a High Churchman of moderate views, was vicar of St Peter Moncroft, Norwich, from 1881 to 1884.

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