John Howson (priest)

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John Saul Howson (5 May 1816 – 1885), English divine, was born at Giggleswick-on-Craven, Yorkshire.wikipedia
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George Howson (priest)

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Howson was the father of George Howson (1854–1943) who was Archdeacon of Warrington from 1916 to 1933, and then Archdeacon of Liverpool from 1933 to 1934; another son James Howson (1856–1934) was Archdeacon of Craven from 1928 to 1934.
Howson's father John Howson was Dean of Chester from 1867 to 1885.

Giggleswick School

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Howson's father was head-master of Giggleswick School.

James Howson

Howson was the father of George Howson (1854–1943) who was Archdeacon of Warrington from 1916 to 1933, and then Archdeacon of Liverpool from 1933 to 1934; another son James Howson (1856–1934) was Archdeacon of Craven from 1928 to 1934.
His father John Howson was Dean of Chester from 1867 to 1885.

George Howson (British Army officer)

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His grandson George Howson was the founder and chairman of the Royal British Legion Poppy Factory.
He was the descendant of Anglican clergymen through both parents: his paternal grandfather (John Howson) was Dean of Chester, and his maternal great-grandfather (Thomas Dealtry) was Bishop of Madras.

John Cropper

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He married the daughter of John Cropper, who survived him by only a few days.
Mary (1821-1885) married John Saul Howson; James (1823-1900) founded the paper mill company which eventually became James Cropper plc in 1845 and was a Liberal MP for Kendal; Sarah (1824-1890); Anne (born 1825); John Wakefield (1828-1829); John Wakefield (1830-1892); Isabella (1831-1831); Edward William (born 1833); Isabella Eliza (born 1835); Margaret (born 1836).

George Howson

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His nephewGeorge William Saul Howson (1860–1919) was a reforming headmaster of Gresham's School,Holt, Norfolk, between 1900 and his death.
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Liverpool College

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In 1845 Howson, having taken orders, accepted the post of senior classical master at the Liverpool College under his friend W. J. Conybeare, whom he succeeded as principal in 1849.

King's School, Chester

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The building of the King's School for boys, and the Queen's School for girls (both in Chester), was due in a great measure to the active interest which he took in educational matters.
The school motto is "Rex dedit, benedicat Deus” (The King gave it, may God bless it), which was given by John Saul Howson, D.D., Dean of Chester. John Saul Howson was the chief instrument in the building and endowing of the King's School, and in its reorganization on a broader basis.

Chester Cathedral

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In 1866 he left Liverpool for the vicarage of Wisbech, and in 1867 he was appointed dean of Chester Cathedral, where he gave himself vigorously to the work of restoring the crumbling fabric, collecting nearly £100,000 in five years for this purpose His restoration created a great debate and led in part to formation of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.
The current building is acknowledged to be mainly the product of this Victorian restoration commissioned by the Dean, John Saul Howson.

William Conybeare (author)

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In 1845 Howson, having taken orders, accepted the post of senior classical master at the Liverpool College under his friend W. J. Conybeare, whom he succeeded as principal in 1849.
Conybeare published Essays, Ecclesiastical and Social (1855), and a novel, Perversion: or, the Causes and Consequences of Infidelity (1856), but is best known as the joint author (along with John Saul Howson) of The Life and Epistles of St Paul  (1856).

Anglicanism

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John Saul Howson (5 May 1816 – 1885), English divine, was born at Giggleswick-on-Craven, Yorkshire.

Giggleswick

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John Saul Howson (5 May 1816 – 1885), English divine, was born at Giggleswick-on-Craven, Yorkshire.

Yorkshire

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John Saul Howson (5 May 1816 – 1885), English divine, was born at Giggleswick-on-Craven, Yorkshire.

Gresham's School

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His nephewGeorge William Saul Howson (1860–1919) was a reforming headmaster of Gresham's School,Holt, Norfolk, between 1900 and his death.

Trinity College, Cambridge

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After attending the school, he went to Trinity College, Cambridge.

Marquess of Sligo

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Graduating BA in 1837 and MA in 1840, he became private tutor at Cambridge to the Marquess of Sligo and the Marquess of Lorne.

John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll

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Graduating BA in 1837 and MA in 1840, he became private tutor at Cambridge to the Marquess of Sligo and the Marquess of Lorne.

Bournemouth

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He died at Bournemouth on 15 December 1885 and was buried in the cloister garth of Chester.

Archdeacons in the Diocese of Liverpool

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Howson was the father of George Howson (1854–1943) who was Archdeacon of Warrington from 1916 to 1933, and then Archdeacon of Liverpool from 1933 to 1934; another son James Howson (1856–1934) was Archdeacon of Craven from 1928 to 1934.

Archdeacon of Craven

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Howson was the father of George Howson (1854–1943) who was Archdeacon of Warrington from 1916 to 1933, and then Archdeacon of Liverpool from 1933 to 1934; another son James Howson (1856–1934) was Archdeacon of Craven from 1928 to 1934.

The Royal British Legion

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His grandson George Howson was the founder and chairman of the Royal British Legion Poppy Factory.

Poppy Factory

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His grandson George Howson was the founder and chairman of the Royal British Legion Poppy Factory.

Wisbech

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In 1866 he left Liverpool for the vicarage of Wisbech, and in 1867 he was appointed dean of Chester Cathedral, where he gave himself vigorously to the work of restoring the crumbling fabric, collecting nearly £100,000 in five years for this purpose His restoration created a great debate and led in part to formation of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

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In 1866 he left Liverpool for the vicarage of Wisbech, and in 1867 he was appointed dean of Chester Cathedral, where he gave himself vigorously to the work of restoring the crumbling fabric, collecting nearly £100,000 in five years for this purpose His restoration created a great debate and led in part to formation of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

Queen's School, Chester

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The building of the King's School for boys, and the Queen's School for girls (both in Chester), was due in a great measure to the active interest which he took in educational matters.