Papers of the Venn MSS 1619-circa 1955

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Papers of the Venn MSS, 1619-circa 1955

Papers of the Venn MSS 1619-circa 1955

18 boxes

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Venn family

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The collection relates to the following generations of the Venn family: First generation: Henry Venn (1725-1797): Son of Richard Venn (1691-1740); M.A. Jesus College, Cambridge, 1749; fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge, 1749-1757; curate of Clapham, 1754; vicar of Huddersfield, 1759; rector of Yelling; published sermons and devotional works. He married Eling Bishop (d c 1767, daughter of Reverend Thomas Bishop, minister of St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich); his children inclu...

Venn, John, 1834-1923

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Lecturer, Cambridge University. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Cambridge, to Ward, 1895 Feb. 24. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270583183 ...

Venn, H. (Henry), 1725-1797

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Author and curate of Clapham, 1754-1759. Henry Venn was the son of a high church parson, and became an evangelical only after his marriage in 1750. He was a curate at Clapham from 1754, then vicar of Huddersfield from 1769 till 1771, when he moved to Yelling in Huntingdon, close enough to Cambridge to inspire such young men as Charles Simeon. From the description of Poem, 17?? (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50670806 ...

King family of Hull

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Venn, John, 1759-1813

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British divine. From the description of Autograph letters signed (4) : Clapham [London], to Lady Teignmouth, 1808 Jan. 2-1809 June 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270872397 ...

Church Missionary Society.

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The Church Missionary Society was founded in 1799 by a small group of laymen and clergy of the Church of England. It was originally named the Society for Missions to Africa and the East. Its purpose was to enable the Church to send missionaries to Africa and other heathen areas. Henry M. Stanley, following his discovery of the missionary explorer, David Livingstone, was instrumental in opening the Uganda Mission. His famous letter, published in the Daily Telegraph in 1875, prompted a contributio...

Venn, Henry, 1796-1873

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British divine, honorary secretary of the Church Missionary Society, 1841-1873. From the description of Letter, 1857, June 12 : London, Eng., to Henry Labouchere, Baron Taunton. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 154271366 From the description of Letter, 1857, June 12 : London, Eng., to Henry Labouchere, Baron Taunton. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20836164 ...