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George William Kitchin

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George William Kitchin was the first chancellor of the University of Durham, from the institution of the role in 1908 till his death in 1912. He was also the last dean of Durham Cathedral to govern the university. Chancellor (Latin: cancellarius), an official title used by most of the peoples whose civilization has arisen directly or indirectly out of the Roman empire. ... The University of Durham is a university in England. ... 1908 is a leap year starting on Wednesday (link will take you to calendar). ... 1912 is a leap year starting on Monday. ... In religious terminology, a dean is a title accorded to persons holding cartain positions of authority within a religious heirarchy. ... Durham Cathedral silhouetted against the sunset Durham Cathedral from nearby The Rose Window in the Chapel of the Nine Altars. ...



Preceded by:
University previously governed by dean of Durham Cathedral
Chancellor of the University of Durham
1908–1912
Succeeded by:
Henry George Percy, 7th Duke of Northumberland


The University of Durham is a university in England. ... Henry George Percy, 7th Duke of Northumberland, KG, PC (29 May 1846 - 14 May 1918) was a British politician. ...


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§7. Literary Antiquaries. XV. Scholars, Antiquaries and Bibliographers. Vol. 12. The Romantic Revival. The ... (2852 words)
The society was founded in honour of William Camden, author of Britannia (1586); and it had for its purpose the printing of books and documents connected with the early civil, ecclesiastical and literary history of the British empire.
Among its active members were the brothers James and John Raine; canon Greenwell, who published several works connected with the antiquities of the county and bishopric of Durham; and George William Kitchin, late dean of Durham, who, in the early part of his career, had prepared the catalogue of the library of Christ Church, Oxford.
William Reeves, who ultimately became bishop of Down, Connor and Dromore, published Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Down and Connor in 1847, and, ten years later, elaborately edited for the Irish Archaeological and Celtic society, and for the Bannatyne club, The Life of St. Columba by Adamnan.
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