Rev. John Douglas

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Ordained 3 Aug 1817; curate in Coniston, 1816; curate St Bees, 1825; perpetual curate Nether Wasdale, 1827 (also listed in 1847 and 1855)

In 1818, during the incumbency of John Douglas, the old chapel 9(n Coniston) was 'let by tickett to take down and rebuild by John Taylor, Edw. and Thos. his son, Robt, Jopson, Miles Mason for the sum of £473.'

The Rev. John Douglas is the present incumbent, and has a neat parsonage house here (St Bees), erected by himself about thirteen years ago (ie c1834) (Does this indicate a private source of income?)

Note:
Was it possible to be in both Nether Wasdale and St Bees at the same time?



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