Charles Clerke (priest)
Charles Carr Clerke (December 30, 1798 – December 24, 1877) was Archdeacon of Oxford from March 9, 1830 until his death. He also served as rector of Milton, Berkshire from 1836 to 1875, Canon of Christ Church from 1845 until his death, and Sub-Dean of Christ Church from 1853 until his death.
The son of Sir William Henry Clerke, he was educated at Christ Church, Oxford. the author of a large number of visitation sermons and addresses, as well as devotional texts and treatises on ecclesiastical law. Clerke was a sponsor of the Library of the Fathers.
- University Intelligence The Times (London, England), Tuesday, Dec 25, 1877; pg. 7; Issue 29134
- Project Canterbury
- "Classical Victorians: Scholars, Scoundrels and Generals in Pursuit of Antiquity" Richardson,E p194: Cambridge, CUP, 2013 ISBN 978-1-107-02677-3
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- Frederic Boase, Modern English Biography, (Netherton and Worth, 1892) p. 646
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