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Alfred WOOD (1862-1942)

Name: Alfred WOOD
Sex: Male
Father: George Frederick WOOD (1822-1894)
Mother: Mary Margaret MOORE (1827-1872)

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth 20 Sep 1862 St Georges, Canterbury Kent
13 St Georges Terrace
Baptism 26 Oct 1862 (age 0) St Margarets ,Canterbury Kent
Occupation Clergyman - Vicar
Census 1871 (age 8) St Margarets ,Canterbury Kent
18 St Margarets Street
Census 1881 (age 19) St Margarets ,Canterbury Kent
19 St Margarets Street
Student in Theology
Education 1886 (age 24) University of Oxford
He was awarded his M A in 1889
Residence btw 1886 and 1888 (age 23-26) Hoylandswain, Yorkshire
Curate
Occupation btw 1886 and 1893 (age 23-31) Curate
Residence btw 1888 and 1893 (age 25-31) Sheffield
Curate
Census 1891 (age 28) Sheffield
380 Glossop Road
Curate (C of E)
Residence btw 1893 and 1905 (age 30-43) Sheffield
St Barnabas Church
Was Vicar of St Barnabas Church Sheffield
Census 1901 (age 38) Sheffield
15 St Barnabas Road
Clergyman
Residence btw 1905 and 1923 (age 42-61) Packington
Was Vicar at Packington (1905 - 1915) including Snibston (1905 - 1910),

Willesley ( 1905 - 1915)

Appleton le Moors (1915 - 1919)

Needwood ( 1919 - 1923)

Curate of Ecclesall (1923 - 1927)

Curate in Charge at Holy Trinity, Millhouses, City of Sheffield (1927 - 1931)

Vicar at Holy Trinity from 1931 which is where he bought his own property and left in his will of 1942 to his housekeeper. Gross income in 1932 was 400 pounds p.a.
Census 1911 (age 48) Packington, Leicestershire
The Vicarage
Clerk in Holy Orders
Death 20 Jul 1942 (age 80 (!)) Bridlington, Yorkshire
4 St James Road
Will 13 Nov 1942 (age 80) Bridlington, Yorkshire
4 St James Road
Alfred left all furniture and household goods and 500 pounds to Mona BROWN his housekeeper at the time of his death. He also "devised to her his freehold dwelling house known as 120 Millhouses Lane, Sheffield. He left the residue of his estate to his brother Edgar Lancefield WOOD. Probate to Westminster bank. Value 6297 pounds.