| Church of England|
Oriel College, Oxford
May 7, 2015
| 6 November 1859
Lurgan (1859-11-06) |
9 August 1931(1931-08-09) (aged 71)
Helen Maud nee Isherwood
Heather McIntosh, Page Campbell, Daniel Donahue
Cole Doman, Pat Healy, Tyler Ross, Joe Keery, Francis Guinan
The Wise Kids, Stinking Heaven, Welcome to Leith, The Moment, Walking the Halls
Henry Gamble Wikipedia
Henry Reginald Gamble (6 November 1859 – 9 August 1931) was an Anglican priest and author. He was the Dean of Exeter in the Church of England from 1918 to 1931.
Gamble was educated at Oriel College, Oxford and ordained in 1885. He held curacies at All Saints, Molton, Devon St Mark's, Hamilton Terrace and St Andrew's, Wells Street. From 1895 to 1902 he was Vicar of St Botolph's Aldersgate and then Rector of Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, with St Jude's, Sloane Court. An Honorary Chaplain to the King and Select Preacher at Lincoln's Inn, he was a Canon of Westminster and Rector of St John the Evangelist until his appointment to the Deanery. He died in post.
In 1906 he was elected to Chelsea Borough Council as a Municipal Reform Party councillor representing Royal Hospital Ward. He served as Mayor of Chelsea in 1908–09, and was re-elected to the council for a second three-year term in 1909.
(All the above places and streets except for Molton and Exeter are in London.)