Charles Marryat junior

No Dates


Biography

Eldest son of Charles Marryat (q.v.) and his wife Caroline née Short. Born at Clarence Terrace, London, 1827. Attended Eton and Oxford. Moved to Sydney, Australia in 1852 after a brief incumbency in Kent. Lived and worked in Adelaide, South Australia, 1853-1906. "Marryat became the doyen of the clergy. He was devout in a way that needed few of the externals of worship, was prominent in framing synodical regulations, and active in establishing the General Synod of the Church of England in Australia and Tasmania."


Sources

T.T. Reed, 'Marryat, Charles (1827-1906)' in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/marryat-charles-7497 [accessed 20/11/2012].


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Spouse
Grace Montgomery
Children
6 daughters, 3 sons
School
Eton
University
Oxford (Queen's College) [1851 ]
Occupation
Clergyman
Religion
Church of England

Legacies Summary

Imperial (1)

Other
Australia: South Australia 
notes →
Clergyman in Adelaide, South Australia. "Marryat became the doyen of the clergy. He was devout in a way that needed few of the externals of worship, was prominent in framing synodical regulations,...

Relationships (2)

Son → Father
Brother-in-laws

Addresses (2)

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Clarence Terrace, London, Middlesex, London, England