The Families of Adam Keith

“Once upon a time ...”, family facts and tales

 

English bishop’s nephew

Charles Edward Winnington-Ingram [1881-1958]

 

Ancestry: Adam Keith1>Maria Catherina [Gieg] m. [John George] Slough2>Anna Maria [Slough] m. [Andrew] Jones3>Peter Jones4>Richard Ransom Jones5>Maud Esther [Jones] m. [Charles Edward] Winnington-Ingram6

Charles Edward's uncle was Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram

 

Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram [1858-1946 ) was Bishop of London from 1901 to 1939.

 

He was born in Worcestershire, the fourth son of Rev. E. [Edward] Winnington Ingram [1814-1891] and of [Maria] Louisa (daughter of Henry Pepys , Bishop of Worcester ) [Note: Charles Edward's father, Francis Herbert [1854-1928], was the second son of Rev. E. Winnington-Ingram]. Ingram was educated at Marlborough College  and Keble College , Oxford. He was a private tutor, 1881-84; curate at St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, 1884-85; private chaplain to the Bishop of Lichfield , 1885-89; head of Oxford House, Bethnal Green , chaplain to the Archbishop of York , 1889; rector of Bethnal Green, 1895; rural dean  of Spitalfields , 1896; canon  (1897 - 1901) (Who's Who, 1901). In 1901, after the death of Dr Mandell Creighton, he was nominated to the see of London. As a preacher he proved very successful and during World War I he threw himself into the work of providing religious instruction visiting both the Western Front and the Grand Fleet. He was a leader in social work in London's East End. His books included What a Layman Should Believe (1938) and Fifty Years' Work in London (1940).

Arthur Foley Winnington-Ingram