The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Brittain, Rev Canon Arthur Henry Barrett

Brittain, Rev Canon Arthur Henry Barrett. M. A.; b. 1854: 7th s. of late Rev. Charles Brittain; m. Geraldine Feodora, d. of late Henry Barry Hyde, one s., one d.; Educ: King Edward’s School, Birmingham; St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; M.A., 1879; Ordained Curate of Wolstanton, 1880; Founder and first head of St. Augustine Mission, Fulham; Junior Chaplain, Madras, 1887; Senior Chaplain, and Canon of Madras Cathedral: Editor, Madras Diocesan Magazine, 1903-07; Acting Archdeacon of Madras and Bishop’s Commissary; Founder of the Diocesan Soldier’s Institutes at Secunderabad and St. Thomas’s Mount: Secretary of the Anglican Third Order; Vicar of Whittlebury-cum-Silverstone, 1909. Address: Whittlebury Vicarage, Towcester.