Author talk:Leonard Hampson Rudd

Sources Edit

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Census Edit

  • England 1871

Name: Leonard Hampson Rudd
Age: 54
Relation: Head
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth Rudd
Gender: Male
Where born: Bungay, Suffolk, England
Civil parish: Kempsey
Ecclesiastical parish: Kempsey and Worcester
Town: Kempsey
County/Island: Worcestershire
Country: England
Registration district: Upton On Severn
Sub-registration district: Kempsey
ED, institution, or vessel: 3
Household schedule number: 30
Piece: 3057
Folio: 33
Page number: 6
Household Members
Name Age
Elizabeth Rudd 59
Leonard Hampson Rudd 54 Clergyman
Leonard Rudd 23
Mary Frier 22
Editha Rudd 22
Fanny Blissett 18

Death Edit

  • FreeBMD

Name: Leonard Hampson Rudd
Registration Year: 1888 March Q
Age at Death: 71
Registration district: Camberwell
Volume: 1d
Page: 492

Baptism Edit

  • Familysearch

Name: Leonard Hampson Rudd
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 04 May 1816
Baptism Place: Saint Mary,Bungay,Suffolk,England
FHL Film Number: 0918502-0918508, 0918510-0918530, 0952318-0952327, 0952979-0952985
Leonard Hampson Rudd
Thomas Anderson Rudd

Probate Edit

  • Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England. > 1888 > R > p.333

RUDD The Reverend Leonard Hampson.
Personal Esatate £9,671 11s. 4d.
16 May. The Will of the Reverend Leonard Hampson Rudd late of Kempsey in the County of Worcester Clerk who died 26 March 1888 at 7 Farquhar-road Norwood in the the County of Surrey was proved at Worcester by Leonard Rudd of 7 Farquhar-road M.D. the Son the sole Executor.

Crockfords Edit

  • Crockford Clerical Directory > 1885 > p.1037

RUDD, Leonard Hampson, Kempsey, Worcester.—Late Townsend Exhib. of Pemb. Coll. Ox. B.A. (3rd cl. Lit Hum.) 1837, M.A. 1840. 𝔡 1839, 𝔭 1840 Worc. 𝔉 C. of Wick, Worcs. 1839-44; P.C. of Ruscumbe, Berks, and Polehampton Chap. of Twyford, Bertks 1833-64. Translator Eight Comedies of Aristophanes, 1867.[6]