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Goldsmith, Rt Rev. Fredericklocked


Born London, 1853; e s of Frederick William and Dorothy Goldsmith; m 1880, Edith Emma, y d of Rev. G. Frewer, Master at Eton Coll. and Rector of Hitcham, Bucks; died 7 July 1932


St John’s College, Oxford. BA 1876; MA 1879; DD 1904; Ad eundem MA Perth (WA); VD 1913


Private chaplain to late Sir S. Maryon-Wilson, Baronet, Charlton House; Vicar of Halling, Kent, 1885; Chaplain to the Forces, WA, 1894; Dean of Perth, Western Australia, 1888–1904; Administrator, Diocese of Perth, 1894–95 and 1897; Bishop of Bunbury, 1904–17; PG Chaplain, WA; member of General Synod of Australia, 1900; member of Diocesan Council and Diocesan Trustee, WA; Vicar of Hampstead, 1916–26; Rural Dean of Hampstead, 1917–21; strongly urged steps towards nationalisation of Anglican Church in Australia


Humble Access, 1899; Home Reunion Papers, 1902; various sermons




8 The Avenue, Eastbourne