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Rev. Francis Voules appointed as Rector of Middle Chinnock in apparently late 1841.
From p.107 of Jan 1842 issue of The British Magazine, and Monthly Register of Religious and Ecclesiastical Information, etc., vol.21.
Patron is the 3rd Earl of Ilchester (son of Mary Teresa Grady).


  
Rev. Francis Voules,
Rev. Francis Plimley Voules,
born 1812, Windsor, Berkshire.
See entry in tree by Tamsin Burstein.
See entry in tree by Becky Newbold.
See thepeerage.com.

Studied at TCD in Dublin. This would be how he met his wife.
He mar 1stly, 1837, Dublin, to Frances Blennerhassett.
Rector of Middle Chinnock, Somerset. Appointed 1841 [Foster's Royal Descents, vol.4, 1886]. Announced Jan 1842.
Frances died 21 Nov 1845, Middle Chinnock.

He mar 2ndly, 1849, to Anna Hurle.
He was still Rector of Middle Chinnock in 1871.
Anna died 1878, London.
He was living Marylebone, London, as at 1881.
He was living 1891 in Croydon, near London.
He died 1892, Croydon.
He had issue by 1st wife:


  1. Sir Gordon Blennerhassett Voules,
    born 8 Sept 1839, Gatcombe, Hampshire,
    mar 1866 to Frances Cotton Minchin,
    senior civil servant, knighted 1906,
    lived to see great-grandchildren,
    died 24 Mar 1924, age 84 yrs,
    had issue:


    1. Sir Francis Voules,
      Sir Francis Minchin Voules, born 1867,
      mar 1stly, 1894, to Isabel Janet Kennedy,
      Commissioner of British Red Cross Society in Holland during WWI, responsible for repatriation of British prisoners of war, engaged in search for British and Russian prisoners of war missing in Germany and Russia,
      knighted 1921,
      died 1947, age 80 yrs,
      see portraits,
      had issue by 1st wife:

      1. Kathleen Voules,
        Kathleen Agnes Francis Voules, born 1895,
        mar 30 Dec 1915 to Aubrey Cecil Newbold and had issue:

        1. Timothy Francis Newbold, born 1922.


    2. Cherry Marion Voules, born 1868,
      mar Edgar Morris Baker,
      had issue:

      1. Nancy Baker, born 1907,
        mar Douglas Claud Dudley Ryder ["Jack"],
        had issue:

        1. Jacqueline Ryder.
          DNA match to Peter Helps.
          She mar Thomas Ralph Winser and had issue:

          1. Polly Winser.
            DNA match to Peter Helps.


    3. Arthur Blennerhassett Voules, born 15 Sept 1870,
      senior British civil servant in Malaya,
      died May 1954, age 83 yrs.
  



Middle Chinnock church and rectory.
From 1886 map.
See modern satellite view and street view of church.



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