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Sabine Baring Gould was born in the parish of St Sidwell, Exeter The eldest son of A Book MOBI :´ Edward Baring Gould and his first wife, Sophia Charlotte n e Bond , he was named after a great uncle, the Arctic explorer Sir Edward Sabine Because the family spent much of his childhood A Book Of Ghosts PDF ô A Book MOBI :´ travelling round Europe, most of his education was by private tutors He only spent about two years in formal schooling, first at King s College School in London then located in Somerset House and then, for a few months, at Warwick Grammar School now Warwick School Here his time was ended by a bronchial disease of the kind that was to plague him throughout his long life His father considered his ill health as a good reason for another European tourIn he was admitted to Cambridge University, earning the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in , then Master of Arts in from Clare College, Cambridge During , he became the curate at Horbury Bridge, West Riding of Yorkshire It was while acting as a curate that he met Grace Taylor, the daughter of a mill hand, then aged fourteen In the next few years they fell in love His vicar, John Sharp, arranged for Grace to live for two years with relatives in York to learn middle class manners Baring Gould, meanwhile, relocated to become perpetual curate at Dalton, near Thirsk He and Grace were married in at Wakefield Their marriage lasted until her death years later, and the couple had children, all but one of whom lived to adulthood When he buried his wife in he had carved PDF Reader for the Connected World on her tombstone the Latin motto Dimidium Animae Meae Half my SoulBaring Gould became the rector of East Mersea in Essex in and spent ten years there In his father died and he inherited the , acre km family estates of Lew Trenchard in Devon, which included the gift of the living of Lew Trenchard parish When the living became vacant in , he was able to appoint himself to it, becoming parson as well as squire He did a great deal of work restoring St Peter s Church, Lew Trenchard, and from thoroughly remodelled his home, Lew Trenchard Manor.
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