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James QUILTER "RUMBALL" [1163]
(1755-1818)
Mary Anne VOKINS [1164]
(Abt 1762-1818)
Dr George Charles JULIUS [51]
(1775-1866)
Isabella Maria GILDER [52]
(1774-1867)
Rev George QUILTER [778]
(1793-1871)
Arabella Maria JULIUS [777]
(1800-1885)

Rev Dr Frederick William QUILTER DD [1199]
(1832-1911)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Anna Maria Poulett HARRIS [1200]

2. Mary Anne Parry NIXON [1202]

Rev Dr Frederick William QUILTER DD [1199]

  • Born: 10 Jun 1832, Canwick Lincolnshire
  • Christened: 27 Jul 1832, Canwick Lincolnshire
  • Marriage (1): Anna Maria Poulett HARRIS [1200] 12 Nov1856 in St Andrew Clifton Bristol GLOS
  • Marriage (2): Mary Anne Parry NIXON [1202] on 2 Jul 1859 in St David Cathedral Hobart Tasmania
  • Died: 6 Feb 1911, Waddington aged 78
  • Buried: Canwick Lincolnshire

bullet   Cause of his death was accidental explosion.

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bullet  General Notes:


Quilter Frederick William, 4s George of Canwick, co Lincoln, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 26 June 1851, aged 19; BA 1855, MA 1859; B. & DD 1872, incumbent of New Town, Tasmania, 1864-67 etc., chaplain at Geneva 1873-75, vicar of Shirebrook, Notts., 1876-78, rector of Nth Piddle, co. Worcester, 1878-85
Oxford University Alumni, 1500-1886

Frederick William QUILTER was ordained as Deacon in 1856 by the Bishop of Oxford, and as a Priest in that year by the Bishop of Peterborough, for the Bishop of Oxford. He became curate of Benson, Oxford in 1856. When he was 25 years old he got an appointment as deputy headmaster of the High School in Hobart, Tasmania. He was then appointed as headmaster of Launceston Grammar School in 1860. In 1864 he took up duties as the vicar for New Town, a parish near Hobart. In 1867 the family returned to England, where he took the Curacy of West Wycombe, BKM. 1868 -1873; Curate of Leyton, ESD 1873-1876; Chaplain Geneva, Switzerland 1876-1878; Vicar of Shirebrook, NTT 1878 -1885; Rector of North Piddle, WOR 1885-1888; Rector of Martin Hussingtree, WOR. 1892-1904; Vicar of Kempsey, WOR. 1904 -1911; Rector of Waddington, LIN.
Frederick owned a large house in Monken Hadley called "Gladsmuir" now named "Lemons" ref. Monken Hadley by F.C. Cass MA., pg 170:

The Kempsey Collection, a 1952 publication about St Mary's church in Kempsey records the May 1892 copy of the parish magazine : "On the afternoon of Wednesday 6th April, a large congregation assembled to witness the induction Dr Frederick Quilter to the temporalities of the living of Kempsey, the Bishop of Worcester having instituted him to the spiritual oversight during the previous week."
Ref. John R Hill

Frederick was a Head master of Launceston School Tasmania and Vicar of various parishes. (Including St Marys Kempsey WOR - Google 2009)

Oxford June 10.
In a Congregation. . . . . the following gentlemen were admitted ad eundem Master of Arts: . . . . . Rev Frederick William Quilter, Lincoln College, being absent in Hobart's Town.
Daily News 11 June 1859.

Oxford March 7.
In a Congregation holden this morning the following degrees were conferred:
Batchelor and Doctor of Divinity, by Accumulation. The Rev Frederick William Quilter, Lincoln College.
Daily News 8 March 1872.

Frederick killed himself conducting a chemistry "experiment" at the vicarage at Waddinton, he is buried alongside his father at All Saints Canwick.

Rev Dr Quilter, Waddington.
The death occurred at 11:15 on Thursday night of the Rev Dr Frederick William Quilter, the esteemed Rector of Waddington, near Lincoln. Dr Quilter, who was 79 years of age, met with a serious accident with an acetylene gas plant on January 14, and he never completely recovered from the effects.
The deceased was a DD of Lincoln College, Oxford. He was ordained in 1856, and has had a very varied clerical and scholastic career.
Ref: Sheffield Daily Telegraph 18 February 1911.

Quilter Rev Frederick William DD of Waddington Rectory Lincolnshire clerk died 16 February 1911 Probate Lincoln 4 April 1911 to the Rev Rowland Palmer Quilter clerk. Effects 7460 6s 2d.
National Probate Calendar.

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bullet  Other Records

1. Census: England, 2 Apr 1871, Old Vicarage Leyton ESS. Frederick is recorded as head of house married aged 38 a curate of Leyton and private tutor born Canwick LIN

2. Census: England, 3 Apr 1881, 55 London Rd Worcester WOR. Frederick is recorded as head of house married aged 49 Rector of Nth Piddle D.D. Oxon born Canwick. Also in the house were 3 servants and a tutor.


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Frederick married Anna Maria Poulett HARRIS [1200] [MRIN: 375], daughter of Capt Charles Poulett HARRIS [23460] and Unknown, 12 Nov1856 in St Andrew Clifton Bristol GLOS. (Anna Maria Poulett HARRIS [1200] was born on 4 May 1827 in St James Saunton DEV, died on 28 Oct 1857 in Tasmania Aust. and was buried in St Davids Hobart TAS.)


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Frederick next married Mary Anne Parry NIXON [1202] [MRIN: 376], daughter of Rt Rev Dr Francis Russell NIXON [1203] and Anna Maria WOODCOCK [10972], on 2 Jul 1859 in St David Cathedral Hobart Tasmania. (Mary Anne Parry NIXON [1202] was born on 19 Jan 1839 in Ash Kent and died about 1920 in Guernsey.)


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