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NameJohn Chetwode
DenominationChurch of Ireland
Livedb. ca. 1653-01-01 - d. ca. 1703-01-01 (old)
Linked Manuscripts
Linked SermonsSermon on Unknown Text -- preacher? (autograph: no)
Linked Reports
Associated PlacesArdbraccan -- ParishTrinity College -- Place of Study
Source of DataHannah Wood
Biographical Sources ConsultedAlumni Dublinenses (Burtchaell and Sadleir) p.149; House of Commons, “The Chetwode and Stearne Charity” in “Reports from the Commissioners, Inspectors, and Others: 11. Education (Ireland)” Parliamentary Papers: 1850-1908, v.29 (London: 1890), p.49.
Other NoteJohn Chetwode (Chetwood) matriculated pensioner from Trinity College, Dublin in 1670 and was made Scholar that same year. He graduated B.A. in 1674 and proceeded M.A. in 1677. According to a will enrolled under this name in 1703, he appears to have been the rector of Ardbraccan, co. Meath, and was the founder of a charity for the apprenticeship of Protestant boys in Meath that was patronized by John Stearne, bishop of Clogher.
Attached URLs:
URLNotes Dublinenses"The Chetwode and Stearne Charity", Parliamentary Papers
GEMMS record createdMay 31, 2022
GEMMS record last editedMay 31, 2022