NameRt Rev Samuel Hallifax LL.D., Bishop of Gloucester [56, His own article], [35, His christening, FIL NO 503789], [63, His own entry], [172, pp. 63-4 and 81-8], GGGG Grandfather
Birth18 Jan 1733, Mansfield
Baptism6 Feb 1732, Mansfield, Notts
Death4 Mar 1790, Dartmouth St, Westminster
BurialChancel of Warsop Church (with mural tablet and window)
GeneralReg. Prof. of Civil law. Bishop of Gloucester then St Asaph
EducationMansfield Grammar, Jesus Cantab, Fellow of Trinity Cantab. 1764: LL.D.
FatherRobert Hallifax (<1705-1759)
MotherHannah Jebb (ca1709-1787)
Spouses
Deathca Jul 1824, Hampton, Middlesex
General2nd daughter
FatherRev Dr William Cooke D.D. (1711-1797)
ChildrenGertrude (1776-)
 Robert Fitzwilliam (ca1778-1837)
 Richard (ca1779-1782)
 Charlotte Anne (1780-)
 Marianne (ca1782-~1863)
 Caroline (ca1783-)
 Catharine (ca1784-)
 Elizabeth (1785-)
Notes for Rt Rev Samuel Hallifax LL.D., Bishop of Gloucester
From Glos Cathedral and Glos Public Library on Tuesday 10th March 1988:

Doctor of Divinity (which University?).

Consecrated "Lord Bishop of Gloucester" on Sunday 28th October 1781, probably by Archb of Cantuar and definitely in Lambeth Chapel. The sermon preached at this service by East Apthorp, Rector of St Mary le Bow was published "by command of his grace the archbishop"; a copy is held at Gloucester Public Library.

He had some dispute with his Dean over chanting of services mid-week... [From a history of Gloucester cathedral]

He translated to St Asaph in 1789.
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From Alumni Cantabriensis:

Last Name: HALLIFAX First Name: SAMUEL
College: JESUS Entry Date: 1750
Birth Date: Death Date:
Full Text: Adm. sizar at JESUS, Oct. 21, 1749. S. of Robert, apothecary, of Mansfield, Notts. School, Mansfield. ' Matric. 1750; Scholar; B.A. 1754; M.A. 1757; LL.D. from Trinity Hall, 1764; D.D. 1775 ( Lit. Reg.). Chancellor's medallist, 1754. Fellow of Jesus, 1756-60. Fellow of Trinity Hall, 1760-75. Professor of Arabic, and Lord Almoner's Reader, 1768-70. Regius Professor of Civil Law, 1770-82. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 21, 1755; priest, Mar. 6, 1757. R. of Cheddington, Bucks., 1765. R. of Warsop, Notts., 1778. Chaplain to the King, 1774. Bishop of Gloucester, 1781-9. Bishop of St Asaph, 1789-90. F.S.A. Author, miscellaneous. Died Mar. 5, 1790. (D.N.B.)
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From a tablet in Warsop church, as quoted by Richard J King:

“Here near his most dear little son who was some time snatched away by untimely fate the very reverend Samuel Hallifax LLD and STP wished his paternal remains to be deposited. Born and instructed in the first rudiments of learning in this neighbourhood he afterwards held the position of Public Lecturer and Regius Professor of Civil Law in the University of Cambridge, Master of Faculties in Doctors Commons, Rector in this Church and Bishop first in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester and afterwards in that of St. Asaph: through all of which offices he distinguished himself by his ability, profound learning, and wonderful industry; by his unswerving allegiance to the English Church; by the power and sweetness of his discourses; by the touching grace and elegance of his writings; and moreover by what he ever held to be of paramount importance, the uprightness of his life.
“He was born at Mansfield Jan. 8. 1733; worn out by stone he died a premature death alas! March 4th 1790 aged fifty-seven years. His wife Catherine being left his survivor with an only son and six daughters has erected this monument as somewhat of a mournful solace to her grief.”
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Armorial Blazon notes for Rt Rev Samuel Hallifax LL.D., Bishop of Gloucester
Or on a pile engrailed Sable between two fountains Proper three Cross Crosslets of the field.
Blazon source notes for Rt Rev Samuel Hallifax LL.D., Bishop of Gloucester
Grant to his father in 1788.
Notes for Samuel & Catherine (Family)
His marriage licence:

First name(s) SAM'L
Last name HALLIFAX
Licence year 1775
Licence date 10 Oct 1775
New calender date 10 Oct 1775
Bride's first name(s) Catharine
Bride's last name COOKE
Groom's first name(s) Sam'l
Groom's last name HALLIFAX
Place Dioceses of England & Wales
Record set Faculty Office Marriage Licences
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The photocopy of the Faculty Office’s records has:

Faculty Office 9th October 1775

On which day appeared personally the Reverend Samuel Hallifax, Doctor in Divinity, and made oath that he is of the parish of St Edward in the Town and County of Cambridge, a batchelor, aged twenty one years and upwards, and that he indendeth to intermarry with Cartharine Cooke of the same parish, a spinster, aged twenty one years and upwards.

... this Deponent and knowing or believing any lawful Set (?) or Impediment by reason of any precontract Consanguinity Affinity of other lawful emans whatsoever to hinder the said intended marriage and pray (?) sd a Licence to Solemnise the said marriage in the Chapel of his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, in his palace at lambeth in the County of Surrey ...

Various signatures including: S Hallifax.
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Their marriage record:

First name(s) Samuel
Last name Hallifax
Residence CAM Cambridge St Edward
Marriage year 1775
Marriage date 12 Oct 1775
Marriage place Lambeth St Mary
By licence or banns By Licence
Spouse's first name(s) Catherine
Spouse's last name Cooke
Spouse's residence CAM Cambridge St Edward
Source Parish Register Transcripts
County Surrey
Country England
Record set Surrey Marriages
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Last Modified 28 Apr 2017Created 25 May 2017 by Tim Powys-Lybbe