1845–1912

Introduction

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Memorial in Truro Cathedral
Courtesy of Michael Tedder

Born: Sep­tem­ber 3, 1845, Li­ver­pool, Eng­land.

Died: May 4, 1912, at the Bi­shop’s re­si­dence, Lis Es­cop, Tru­ro, Corn­wall.

Cremated: Gol­ders Green, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Buried: The ashes were in­terred in a wall in Tru­ro Ca­thed­ral, be­hind a me­mo­ri­al stone.

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Biography

Stubbs was ed­u­cat­ed at the Li­ver­pool Col­le­gi­ate In­sti­tu­tion and Sid­ney Sus­sex Col­lege, Cam­bridge (BA 1868, MA 1876).

Ordained in 1868, he served in a num­ber of po­si­tions, in­clud­ing rec­tor at Wa­ver­tree and Gran­bo­rough, Dean of Ely (1894–1906), and fourth Bi­shop of Tru­ro (1906–12).

He took a great in­ter­est in the work­ing clas­ses and in so­cial sub­jects, and was li­ber­al in both his po­li­ti­cal and the­o­lo­gi­cal opin­ions.

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