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Born: June 6, 1820, Chis­le­hurst, Kent, Eng­land.

Died: Sep­tem­ber 18, 1898, Pres­ton-Next-Wing­ham, Eas­try, Kent, Eng­land.

Buried: St. Ni­cho­las Church, Chis­le­hurst, Kent, Eng­land.

Jenner was ed­u­cat­ed at Har­row and Tri­ni­ty Col­lege, Cam­bridge (LLB in honors 1841, DD 1867).

He was or­dained in 1843 and held cur­a­cies at Chev­en­ing, Kent; St. Col­umb, Corn­wall; St. An­tho­ny, Corn­wall; Leigh, Es­sex; and Bras­ted, Kent. He was ap­point­ed vi­car of Pres­ton-Next-Wing­ham, Kent, in 1854, and first bi­shop of Dun­e­din in 1866.

In 1870, he re­turned to his for­mer po­si­tion at Pres­ton-next-Wing­ham. He re­signed his bi­shop­ric in 1871.

  1. Child Is Born in Beth­le­hem, A
  2. Come, Let Us Raise Our Voic­es
  3. O Chris­tians, with Tri­umph­ant Glee
  1. Christians, Sing Out with Ex­ul­ta­tion
  1. Jenner
  2. Preston
  3. Quam Di­lec­ta