Title Refs: *2 *3
Revd
First name(s)
Charles Coleridge
Surname
Mackarness
Position(s) held at King's College London Refs: *1 *5
  • Lecturer of the Exegesis of the New Testament 1879-1881
  • Censor and Chaplain 1879-1881
  • Lecturer of Pastoral Theology 1881-1882
  • Evening Class Lecturer of the Greek Testament 1880-1882

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended Refs: *3 *4
  • Exeter College, Oxford, BA 1873 (2nd class Literature Hum.); MA 1876
  • Deacon 1874, Priest 1875 Oxford Vicarage St. Martin Scarborough
  • Winchester College 1868; Exeter College, Oxford 1869 (BA 2nd class) Final Classical School 1873, MA in 1876
  • Denstone College-1901 Became Fellow Bachelor of Divinity (BD) Doctor of Divinity (DD) 1914
Qualifications Refs: *2 *3 *4

MA; BA; BD, DD

Position(s) held (non King's College London) Refs: *3 *4
  • Deacon 1874, Priest 1875 Oxford, Vicarage St. Martin Scarborough Diocese of York 1889
  • Prebend of York Cathedral 1896
  • Fellow of Denstone College 1901
  • Exam Chaplain to Archbishop of York 1902
  • Curate of St. Mary Virgin, Reading 1874-1879
  • Chaplain of Bishop of Oxford 1875-1888
  • Exam chaplain to Bishop of Argyll and the Isles 1876-1883
  • Vicarage of Aylesbury 1882-1889
  • Rural Dean of Aylesbury 1887-1889
  • Archdeacon East Riding of Yorkshire 1898-1916
Publications Ref: *3
  • The Message of the Prayer Book 1887
  • The Poetry of Keble as a Guide to the Clergy 1891
  • Memorial of Episcopate of Bishop Mackarness 2nd. ed. 1892

Personal details

Date of birth Ref: *4
22nd July 1850
Place of birth Ref: *4
Tardebigge, Worcestershire
Date of death Ref: *4
1st March 1918
Place of death Ref: *4
Oxford
Family details Ref: *4

Son of John Mackarness, vicar of Tardegigge, rector at Monition in Devon 1855, Bishop of Oxford 1870, and Althea Buchanan Coleridge (1827-1909), youngest daughter of Sir John Taylor Coleridge, judge and nephew of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge; brother of Frederick 1854-1920, Liberal MP for Newbury, Eleanor 1855-1936, married Randal Parsons 1848-1936 son of William Parsons, 3rd Earl of Rosse, Mary 1852-1940, married Bernard Coleridge, 2nd Baron Coleridge (judge and MP for Sheffield Attercliffe)

Notes Ref: *4

  • Baptized St. Bartholomew's Church Tardegigge 11 Aug 1850
  • Played cricket for Winchester College 1868 and made single appearances for Gentleman of Devon in 1869. While at Oxford, made appearances for various teams including trial for university team in May 1873 becoming captain of Exeter college XI in 1873. 9 Nov 1871 founding member of Oxford University football club, played as a full back.
  • Resigned from King's College London in a letter dated 20th November 1882 following his appointment as Vicarage of Aylesbury

* References

  1. King's College London London Archives
  2. 1894-95 King's College London Calendar
  3. Crockford's Clerical Directory 1914
  4. wikipedia.org
  5. Letters KA/IC/M1-158
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