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Edward Aislabie Ommanney

(circa 1807-1884), Clergyman

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Edward Aislabie Ommanney, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax54533

Edward Aislabie Ommanney

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 22 June 1861
NPG Ax54533

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Nick McGhee

8 July 2016, 23:11

Edward Aislabie Ommanney Born 13 September 1806, Mortlake. Baptised 16 October. BA (1827) / MA (1831) Exeter College Oxford Deacon: 20 December 1829, London Curate: 22 December 1829, Mortlake Priest: 19 September 1830, Cantebury Perpetual Curate: 14 December 1832, Mortlake Later Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (1848) and Rural Dean of Chew Magna (1850). On 15 July 1841 he married Anna Catherine de Hochepied Larpent (20 June 1819 – 14 December 1893) at Wandsworth. Author of 'Plain Advice to Persons who have been Lately Confirmed by the Bishop' (1863). His advice probably did not extend to family planning, as he had twelve children between 1842 and 1861. Died 21 January 1884. An obituary was published in The Times on 24 January 1884.

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