The Rev’d Charles Douglas

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The Rev’d Charles Rdward Douglas (1870-1955) went to Cambridge from where he graduated in 1893 with a BA from St John’s Collage . He was the son of John Douglas and Elizabeth Arthur of Cowes. His brother, John Albert Douglas (1868 – 3 July 1956) was a priest of the Church of England and a major figure in Anglican–Orthodox relations in the 20th century.

Charles worked as an Assistant Master at Worksop College from the College’s opening in 1895 to 1900, when he moved to Bedford Grammar School and then in 1902 to Dulwich College which he left in 1904. From 1905 he was the first Bursar of the Society of the Faith and in 1913 he became Curate of St Luke, Camberwell, where his brother was Vicar. He held both posts until his death in 1955.


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• The portrait belongs to the Society of the Faith and hang in the Douglas Room in Faith House. It was painted by William Lawson


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