No­vem­ber 7, 1866, Sarratt, Hertfordshire, Eng­land.

June 19, 1947, Rochester, Kent, Eng­land.

Ryley was educated at Trinity College, Oxford (BA 1889, BMus 1891, MA 1894). Ordained a deacon in 1892, and priest in 1894, he served as Assistant Curate at Westbourne, Sussex (1892–95); Second Master at St. Michael’s College and Assistant Curate at St. Michael and All Angels, Tenbury, Worcestershire (1895–96); Minor Canon of Gloucester Ca­thed­ral and Assistant Curate of St. Catherine’s, Gloucester (1896–1900); Minor Canon of Canterbury (1900–11); Rector of Stodmarsh, Kent (1909–11); Vicar of East Peckham, Tonbridge, Kent (1911–29); Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Rochester (1929–31); Fellow of St. Michael’s, Tenbury (1917); and Honorary Canon of Rochester (1930).

  1. Cannon VIII
  2. East Peckham
  3. Edstaston
  4. Saratt