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Reverend John "The Elder" Terry, Rev.

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Long Sutton,Hants,Dorchester,England
Death: Died in Stockton,,Wiltshire,England
Immediate Family:

Son of Stephen Terry and Alice Cannar (Terry)
Husband of Mary Terry and Mary White
Father of Stephen Terry; John Terry; Josiah Terry; Samuel Terry; Nathaniel Terry and 8 others
Brother of Roger Terry; James Terry; Stephen Terry; Richard Terry; Thomas Terry and 5 others
Half brother of JOHN Terry

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About Reverend John "The Elder" Terry, Rev.

Name: John (Rev.) Terry

Sex: M

Birth: ABT. 1555 in Long Sutton, Hampshire, England

Death: 10 MAY 1625 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

Burial: Stockton, Wiltshire, England

"John attended Winchester, and was a fellow at New College, Oxford in1576, obtaining his BA Nov. 12, 1578, and MA Jun. 15, 1582. Appointed Rector of Stockton, Wiltshire in 1590, serving until his death.The following memorial appears in the church at Stockton:

If men should be silent, this stone shall speak the due praise of God's grace in John Terry, lately a faythful, paynful, vigilant and Fruitful Minister of God's truth in this Church of Stockton. He was born of substantial parentage at Long Sutton, in Hampshire: bredde a well deserving Member of New College in Oxford; Freely presented to this charge by the Right Rev. Bishop of Winchester, An. Dom. M.D.X.C., and now in his ripe age of LXX. An. Do. M. DC. XXV., May XXX, sleepeth happily in the public Cemetery of this Church, till the last trumpet shall awake him to a joyful resurrection in Christ:

He lived, he learn'd, he wrat, he tought,

Well, much, truly, duly, he brought

Hoame the lost sheep, which Christ's Blood bought,

Against Hell's power he stoughtly Fought.

Terrae Terra datur, Caelum sed spiritus ornat,

Mundus habet famam, lusa Gehenna fremit.

Father: Stephen Terry b: ABT. 1530 in England

Mother: Alice Cannar b: BET. 1530 - 1537 in England

Marriage 1 Mary White b: ABT. 1570 in England

Married: ABT. 1590 in England

Children

1. Stephen Terry b: BEF. 20 AUG 1592 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

2. John Terry b: BEF. 1 NOV 1593 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

3. Samuel Terry b: BEF. 6 JUL 1595 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

4. Josiah Terry b: BEF. 25 MAY 1597 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

5. Nathaniel Terry b: BEF. 11 NOV 1599 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

6. Stephen Terry b: 25 AUG 1608 in Stockton, Wiltshire, England

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Education: New College, Oxford, B.A. 1578, M.A. 1582

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Appointed Rector of Stockton, Wiltshire in 1590, serving until his death.The following memorial appears in the church at Stockton:

If men should be silent, this stone shall speak the due praise of God's grace in John Terry, lately a faythful, paynful, vigilant and Fruitful Minister of God's truth in this Church of Stockton. He was born of substantial parentage at Long Sutton, in Hampshire: bredde a well deserving Member of New College in Oxford; Freely presented to this charge by the Right Rev. Bishop of Winchester, An. Dom. M.D.X.C., and now in his ripe age of LXX. An. Do. M. DC. XXV., May XXX, sleepeth happily in the public Cemetery of this Church, till the last trumpet shall awake him to a joyful resurrection in Christ:

He lived, he learn'd, he wrat, he tought,

Well, much, truly, duly, he brought

Hoame the lost sheep, which Christ's Blood bought,

Against Hell's power he stoughtly Fought.

Terrae Terra datur, Caelum sed spiritus ornat,

Mundus habet famam, lusa Gehenna fremit. -------------------- John attended Winchester, and was a fellow at New College, Oxford in 1576, obtaining his BA Nov. 12, 1578, and MA Jun. 15, 1582. Appointed Rector of Stockton, Wiltshire in 1590, serving until his death.The following memorial appears in the church at Stockton:

If men should be silent, this stone shall speak the due praise of God's grace in John Terry, lately a faythful, paynful, vigilant and Fruitful Minister of God's truth in this Church of Stockton. He was born of substantial parentage at Long Sutton, in Hampshire: bredde a well deserving Member of New College in Oxford; Freely presented to this charge by the Right Rev. Bishop of Winchester, An. Dom. M.D.X.C., and now in his ripe age of LXX. An. Do. M. DC. XXV., May XXX, sleepeth happily in the public Cemetery of this Church, till the last trumpet shall awake him to a joyful resurrection in Christ:

He lived, he learn'd, he wrat, he tought, Well, much, truly, duly, he brought Hoame the lost sheep, which Christ's Blood bought, Against Hell's power he stoughtly Fought. Terrae Terra datur, Caelum sed spiritus ornat, Mundus habet famam, lusa Gehenna fremit.

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Reverend John "The Elder" Terry, Rev.'s Timeline

1555
1555
Long Sutton,Hants,Dorchester,England
1591
1591
Age 36
Stockton, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
1591
Age 36
Stockton,,Wiltshire,England
1592
1592
Age 37
1593
November 1593
Age 38
Stockton, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
1593
Age 38
Stockton, Wiltshire, England, (Present UK)
1595
July 1595
Age 40
Stockton, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
1595
Age 40
1597
May 1597
Age 42
Stockton, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
1597
Age 42