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Edward Percy Greenhill

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Rev. Edward Percy Greenhill (1872-1943)

1872 Born the son of Henry Joseph Greenhill, Clerk in nHoly Orders, and his wife Marianne Sarah Willoughby

1893 Mr. E. Percy Greenhill. of Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb.[1]

1910 Rev. E. Percy Greenhill, Rector of Walton-on-the-Hill.[2]

1912 Chairman of the Auto Cycle Union Committee

1915 Married in Sutton. 'Rev. E. Percy Greenhill, Rector of Walton-on-the-Hill, to Judith Evelyn, daughter of the late Matthew Clarke and Mrs. Clarke, of Red Lodge, Sutton.'[3]

1921 Move from Walton-on-the Hill to Great Limber, North Lincolnshire, as Rector of Brocklesby.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Surrey Mirror - Saturday 26 August 1893
  2. Mid Sussex Times - Wednesday 28 December 1910
  3. Surrey Mirror - Tuesday 31 August 1915
  4. Surrey Mirror - Friday 22 July 1921