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Rev Dr Richard Frederick Littledale

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Rev Dr Richard Frederick Littledale

Birth
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Death
1890 (aged 56–57)
Burial
Brookwood, Woking Borough, Surrey, England Add to Map
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Richard Frederick Littledale was born September 14, 1833 in Dublin, Ireland. He attended Trinity College in Dublin, and became a minister in the Church of England. An avid writer, Littledale wrote much about Anglican liturgy and theology – defending it against Romanists and Protestants alike. He died at his home at 9 Red-Lion square in London, January 11, 1890.

The Guardian's account of his funeral (Wednesday, January 22, 1890, p. 13) says that Rev. E. C. Coney conducted the funeral, and that Littledale is buried "about a hundred yards from the spot whether Father Mackonochie is buried." (Alexander Heriot Mackonochie)
Richard Frederick Littledale was born September 14, 1833 in Dublin, Ireland. He attended Trinity College in Dublin, and became a minister in the Church of England. An avid writer, Littledale wrote much about Anglican liturgy and theology – defending it against Romanists and Protestants alike. He died at his home at 9 Red-Lion square in London, January 11, 1890.

The Guardian's account of his funeral (Wednesday, January 22, 1890, p. 13) says that Rev. E. C. Coney conducted the funeral, and that Littledale is buried "about a hundred yards from the spot whether Father Mackonochie is buried." (Alexander Heriot Mackonochie)

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