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George Herbert (priest)

The Very Reverend Honourable George Herbert (25 November 1825-15 March 1894) was an Anglican priest. He was Dean of Hereford in the last third of the 19th century.[1]

Herrbert was educated at Eton College and St John's College, Cambridge.[2][3] At Cambridge, he was president of the University Pitt Club.[4] Ordained in 1850,[5] he began his ministry as a curate at St Mary's Kidderminster. Five years later he became Vicar of Clun. In 1867 he was appointed to the Deanery of Hereford Cathedral,[6] a post he held until his death.[3]

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Preceded by
Richard Dawes
Dean of Hereford
1867–1894
Succeeded by
James Wentworth Leigh


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