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Talbot, Very Rev. Albert Edwardlocked

Born 18 Aug. 1877; s of Edward and Elizabeth Talbot, of Manchester; died 8 July 1936

Dean of Sydney, with Archidiaconal jurisdiction, 1912; Examining Chaplain to the Most Rev. the Archbishop of Sydney; Commissary of Sydney Diocese, 1913; Senior Chaplain of the Military Forces for NSW (with relative rank of Colonel); on active service Australian Imperial Forces, as Senior Chaplain, 1914–16; awarded Efficiency Decoration, Australian Military Forces, 1935

Education

Manchester Grammar School; Emmanuel College, Cambridge (Scholar, Exhibitioner, and Thorpe Scholar). BA; 1st Class Theological Tripos, 1st Part; Caius Greek Testament Prize, 1904; 1st Class Theological Tripos, 2nd Part, 1905; MA 1907; Jeremie Septuagint Prize (2nd), 1907; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholarship (1st), 1908; Mason Biblical Hebrew Prize; Fellow of the Australian College of Theology, 1928

Career

Moorhouse Lecturer, 1933; Ordained 1905; Curate of St Margaret, Whalley Range, 1905–07; Tutor CM College, Islington, 1907–09; Rector of Stowell Memorial Church, Salford, 1909–12

Publications

Church of England Divines and the Anglican Tradition (Moorhouse Lectures)

Recreations

Lacrosse, tennis, and cricket

Address

The Deanery, Sydney, NSW