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Rev. Robert William HUDGELL

 

1859 - 1949

Newington Surrey

 

Robert William Hudgell was said to have been a print compositor in the 1881 census but this wasn't his obvious choice of career so in 1896 he went to the United States sailing from Southampton  arriving at Ellis Island on 21st March 1896

 

The New York 1896

 

 

 

Name: Hudgell, Robert William
Year of Birth: 1859
Gender: m.
Occupation: clergyman
Occupation Classification: Priests, Preachers, Ministers, Rabbis (710)
Archive: American Biographical Archive (ABA)
Fiche Location: I 800,232
Short Title of Source: Morgan: Men & women 1
   
Short Title: Morgan: Men & women 1
Source Citation: The Canadian Men and Women of the Time: a Hand-Book of Canadian Biography / edited by Henry James Morgan. - 1st ed. - Toronto: Briggs, 1898
   
Saur Document Number: A215450
Gale Document Number: DA3500224660

 


 

 

 

    HUDGELL, Rev. Robert 'William (Ch. of Eng.), is the young. s. of Joseph and Mary Hudgell, and was b. in London, Eng Apr 23, l859. Ed. at St. George's Parochial schs., Southwark, and at King's Coll., London, he entered as an elective student of King's College., Windsor, N. S., 1885 (L. S. T., 1887). Ordained to the priesthood) 1887, he has served as a rector at Stesiacke, N. S. , Derby, N.B., St. Jude's, St. John, N.B., and at present is Rector of St.Thomas's Ch., Methuen, Mass. He is the author of several pamphlets on ecclesiastical subjects. He m. 1887, Mary, eldest daughter of T. Harding Carter, J.P., Oxford, N.S. - Methuen, Mass., U.S.

MORGAN H . J..

The Canadian Men and Women of the time 1898 and 1912

HUDGELL Rev., Robert William (Ang.) Y. s. Joseph and Mary H.: b. London Eng., April 23 1858: e. St Georges Parochial Sch., Southward., Kings Coll., London, and Lings College Windsor. N. S. (L. S. T., 1887)  1887. successively rector Stewlacke, N. S. St Jude's, St John, N.B. St Thomas Methuen, Mass., curate Nempnett, Somerset, Eng., rector St Georges Maynard. Mass., Calvary Ch., Danvers, Mass at present curate St Leonard's, Leicester. Eng - St Leonard's Church Leicester. Eng

Protestant Episcopal Church Clerical Directory, 1898

Personal Information

 

 

 

Last Name: Hudgell
First Name: Robert William
Residence in 1898: Lawrence Mass.
Birth Place: England
Year became Deacon: 1886

 

 

 

Thursday, May 02, 1889


Ecclesiastical Appointments-The Guardian

 

Rev. Robert William Hudgell, rector of Derby, New Brunswick - patron, the Metropolitan of Canada

 


 

 Thursday, Aug 27, 1891


 Ecclesiastical Intelligence
Official Appointments and Notices

 

The Guardian announces the following preferment's and appointments: -

Robert William HUDGELL L Th., rector of St Peters, Derby rector of St Jude's, St John West, New Brunswick, Canada

 

 


 

 

Robert William sailed from Southampton on the SS New York arriving on Ellis Island on March 21st 1896

 


 

 Tuesday, Jul 25, 1911

The Birkbeck Bank  Probable Outcome Of The Liquidation.


 

 Saturday, Oct 26, 1935
 Services To-Morrow

 

Nineteenth Sunday of Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C. the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

Saturday, Nov 16, 1935
Services To-Morrow
 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C. (sung) the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Jan 11, 1936
 Services To-Morrow
First Sunday after Epiphany

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Mar 28, 1936
Services To-Morrow

Fifth Sunday in Lent

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

Saturday, Apr 04, 1936
Services To-Morrow

Sunday next before Easter

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. Distribution of Palms.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Apr 18, 1936
 Services To-Morrow

First Sunday after Easter

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, May 02, 1936
 Services To-Morrow
Third Sunday after Easter

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL


 

 Saturday, May 09, 1936
 Services To-Morrow

Fourth Sunday after Easter

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL


 

 Saturday, May 23, 1936
Services To-Morrow
Sunday after Ascension Day

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL


 

 Saturday, May 21, 1938
 Services To-Morrow
Rogation Sunday

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C. (sung)  the Rev W. R. HUDGELL


 

 Saturday, Jul 09, 1938
 Services To-Morrow

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C. (sung)  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL


 

Saturday, Jul 23, 1938
Services To-Morrow
Sixth Sunday after Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  (sung) the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Wednesday, Nov 09, 1938
 Deaths
Requiem The Provost of Southwark

 

A requiem for the Provost of Southwark (the Very Rev J. B. Haldane) was held yesterday  in Southwark Cathedral. The Bishop of Southwark, Canon N.C. Christopherson (Vice Provost), and Canon D Armytage took part in the service. Among those present were:- Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Jan 21, 1939
 Services To-Morrow

Third Sunday After Epiphany

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  (Smart in F). A., " From the rising of the sun" (Ouseley), the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Mar 11, 1939
 Services To-Morrow

Third Sunday in Lent

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C. (Nicholson in G) A., "Comfort the soul of Thy Servant" (Crotch)  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

Saturday, Apr 15, 1939
Services To-Morrow
Low Sunday

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C. (Eyre in E flat), T. D. Stanford in B Flat, A., "If ye then be risen with Christ" (Wadeley) the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Jun 24, 1939
 Services To-Morrow

Third Sunday after Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C.  (Ireland in C) A., " How beautiful are the feet" (Handel, Solo) the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

Saturday, Jul 08, 1939
Services To-Morrow
Fifth Sunday after Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15  H. C.  (Eyre in E Flat), "I will wash my hands in innocency" (Barstow), the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Jul 22, 1939
 Services To-Morrow

Seventh Sunday After Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 H. C.  (Brewer in E Flat) A., " How lovely are they dwellings fair" (Spohr) the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Saturday, Sep 16, 1939
 Services To-Morrow

15th Sunday After Trinity

 

St Mildred's, Bread Street, Cannon Street - 11.15 M. P. and H. C.  (Merbecke) A., "The Lord is mindful of His own" (Mendelssohn), the rector and  the Rev R. W. HUDGELL

 


 

 Monday, Feb 19, 1940
Court Circular

 

Luncheon

The Curriers Company

After the Master and Wardens and members of the Livery of the Furriers Company had attended service at St Mildred's, Bread Street, yesterday, the Master (Mr. Paul H Kelly) and Mrs Kelly gave a luncheon in the Hall of the Cordwainers Company. The guests were:-

 

The Archdeacon of London ( who preached at the service) Mr and Mrs Addison Denny, Mrs Parkhurst, Mr V Armstrong, Mr H Stebbing, Mr A E Steinthal, Mr H Wharton Wells, Mr F W Mander (Clerk of the Company and Mrs Mander, Mr W L Taylor the Misses Chalmers, The Rev R. W. Hudgell, Mr Hanbury Davies, Mr H F Blandford (Warden of the Cordwainers Company) Mr H G Wilkins, the Rev B G Boughton - Leigh, Mr Clifford Medwin, Mr J C Mander, Mr A C Haslehurst.

Mr Deputy J H White (who read the Lesson at the service) and Mrs White, Mr John Patrick, Mr G Percy Trentham, Mr John Betts, Mrs E J Mander, Dr H C Patrick, Mr and Mrs Grice, Miss Brierly, Miss L Perrott, and the Rev J Richardson-Eyre (rector of St Mildred's)

 


 

Kelly's Directory of Leicester and Rutland 1908

Leicester

St Leonard's, Wood gate and Abbey Gate Curate, Rev Robert William Hudgell

 

Kelly's Directory of Middlesex 1914

Acton

Rev Robert William, 9 Leamington Park

 

Post Office London Directory 1915

London

St Mary's Hospital

Rev R. W. Hudgell, Chaplain

 


Robert William and family returned from Nova Scotia Canada after his youngest child Vera died in 1907

 

Monday, March 11, 1907      The Morning Chronicle
Halifax Day by Day, 2nd column
The death occurred at London, G. B., of Vera C. Hudgell, daughter of
Rev. R. W. Hudgell, D. D., aged 11 years.
Dr. Hudgell, will be remembered by many friends in Amherst and
throughout the County of Cumberland.
Mrs Hudgell is the daughter of the late Harding Carter
of Oxford and a sister of Mrs J. L. Allan of Amherst.
                                             - Amherst News.


 


 

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