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TITLE
The Very Reverend Vernon Staley
EXTERNAL ID
PC_STAND_CATH_042
SOURCE
St Andrew's Cathedral, Inverness
ASSET ID
30038
KEYWORDS
clergy
clergymen
portraits
The Very Reverend Vernon Staley

Vernon Staley was born in 1852 in Rochdale (Lancashire), and attended Chichester Theological College. After service as a priest in England he was appointed Provost of St Andrew's Cathedral in 1901, serving for ten years. He then returned to Buckinghamshire as a Rector, although remaining as an Honorary Canon of Inverness Cathedral.

He was a prolific author on religious topics, and is best remembered for his books on the ceremonial of the Anglican Church, especially "The Ceremonial of the English Church", which ran to four editions. He acted as editor of other books, including part of the series "The Library of Liturgiology and Ecclesiology for English Readers".

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The Very Reverend Vernon Staley

clergy; clergymen; portraits

St Andrew's Cathedral, Inverness

St Andrew's Cathedral, Inverness

Vernon Staley was born in 1852 in Rochdale (Lancashire), and attended Chichester Theological College. After service as a priest in England he was appointed Provost of St Andrew's Cathedral in 1901, serving for ten years. He then returned to Buckinghamshire as a Rector, although remaining as an Honorary Canon of Inverness Cathedral.<br /> <br /> He was a prolific author on religious topics, and is best remembered for his books on the ceremonial of the Anglican Church, especially "The Ceremonial of the English Church", which ran to four editions. He acted as editor of other books, including part of the series "The Library of Liturgiology and Ecclesiology for English Readers".