The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Dodson, Rev. Canon Thomas Hatheway
Dodson, Rev. Canon Thomas Hatheway, M.A.; Principal, St. Paul’s Missionary College, Burgh, since 1906; b. Rotherham, Yorks, 1862; s. of George Dodson of the Inland Revenue Depart, educ.: Merchant Taylors’ School, London, Exeter College, Oxford; Classical Honours in Moderations, and a first class in the Final Honour School of Theology; B.A, 1885; M.A. 1888; Deacon, 1885, Priest, 1880; Curate to the Rector of Exeter College, at Kidlington, Oxford, 1885-87; Lecturer (for the Final Honour School of Theology) for combined Colleges at Oxford, 1886-87; Fellow and Tutor of St. Augustine’s Missionary College, Canterbury, 1887-88; went to South India as Principal of the S.P.G. College, Trichinopoly, 1889; Fellow, Madras University, 1892 1896; proceeded Home under Medical advice; Hon. Fellow of St. Augustine’s College. Canterbury, 1897; Prebendary of Langford Manor in Lincoln Cathedral, 1904; joint-editor of English Church Expansion Series, 1906; also author of several pamphlets on missionary work; Address: Principal’s Lodge, St. Paul’s College, Burgh, Lincolnshire.