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Ackland, Thomas Gilbanklocked

(1791–1844)
  • [Anon.]
  • , revised by Sarah Brolly

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Ackland, Thomas Gilbank (1791–1844), Church of England clergyman, the son of Thomas Ackland, chaplain to the Fishmongers' Company, was educated at Charterhouse School and St John's College, Cambridge. He became BA in 1811 (the year in which he married Mary Hopkinson), and MA in 1814. He was ordained deacon in 1813 and priest in 1814; in 1818 he was appointed rector of ...

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