Armine Styleman Herring
|Birthplace:||Thorpe St. Andrew, Norfolk, Eng;and|
|Death:||Died in London, England|
|Place of Burial:||Norfolk, England|
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About Reverend Armine Styleman Herring
Reverend Armine Styleman Herring
b. 1831, d. 5 June 1896
Reverend Armine Styleman Herring was born in 1831 at Thorpe St. Andrew, Norfolk, England. He was baptised on 19 May 1831 at Horsford, Norfolk, England. He married Frances Amelia Dobree, daughter of Reverend John Gale Dobree and Elizabeth Emily Tweed, on 22 December 1863 at Holton St. Mary, Suffolk, England. He died on 5 June 1896 at 45 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London, England. He was buried on 10 June 1896 at St. Andrew Episcapi, Thorpe, Norfolk, England.
He was the Vicar in 1871 at St. Pauls, Clerkenwell, London, England. He lived in 1871 at 45 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London, England. He appeared on the census of 1871 at Islington, London, England. He was the Vicar in 1881 at St. Pauls, Clerkenwell, London, England. He lived in 1881 at 245 Cole Brook Row, Islington, London, England. He appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Marys, Islington, London, England. He appeared on the census of 1891 at St. Peters, Islington, London, England. He was the Vicar in 1891 at St. Pauls, Clerkenwell, London, England. He lived in 1891 at 45 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London, England.
Armine Styleman Herring, vicar of St. Paul's Clerkenwell Church in London from 1865 to 1896, the year of his death.
Herring was born in Thorpe St. Andrew, Norfolk, in 1831, where his father was the incumbent of the parish church. He was grandson to Thomas Herring, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1747 to 1757.
Herring was an active philanthropist and headed up the Clerkenwell Emigration Society, which sent about 5,000 Britons to Canada. He was a strong proponent of the free-grant district of Muskoka in central Ontario in the early 1870s.
Herring attended Marlborough College and received his M.A. from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Herring wrote many letters to the editor of the London Times in support of the free-grant lands of Muskoka, and he was frequently published in the Ontario Statutes' emigration sections at the time. He also gave speeches to the Royal Colonial Society, which can be easily obtained.
Newspaper: Guardian 1896 June 10 June 1896 Page 7
The Rev. Armine Styleman Herring, M.A., vicar of St. Paul's Clerkenwell, died at his residence in Colebrooke Row, Islington Green, on Friday. He was the eldest son of the late Rev. Armine Herring, rector of Thorpe, Norwich, and graduated at Corpus, Cambridge, in 1857. He was ordained in the following year to the curacy of Eardisley, Herefordshire, being also chaplain of the Kingson Union, and was curate of Ventnor, 1859-60. He then came to London, and was curate of St. Luke's, King's Cross, 1860-2, and of Clerkenwell parish church 1862-5, being in the latter year appointed vicar of the extremely poor parish of St. Paul's, Clerkenwell. In 1877 he was appointed chaplain of the Holborn Union. Mr. Herring took an active part in helping the sufferers by the Clerkenwell explosion in 1867.
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975"
- Name: Armine Sty... Herring
- Gender: Male
- Christening Date: 19 May 1831
- Christening Place: Horsford, Norfolk, England
- Father's Name: Arm... Herring
- Mother's Name: Elizabeth
- Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I02235-8
- System Origin: England-EASy
- GS Film number: 1470813
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"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NBT8-DZQ : accessed 01 Sep 2013), Armine Sty... Herring, 19 May 1831.
Reverend Armine Styleman Herring's Timeline
May 19, 1831
December 22, 1863
June 5, 1896
June 10, 1896