Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Chapel at Hampton Court 1703–1837
The chaplain at Hampton Court was appointed by the lord chamberlain. (fn. 1) At the end of the eighteenth century his salary was £40 per annum. (fn. 2) The organist was established in 1831 at £50. (fn. 3)
Chaplain at Hampton Court 1703–1786
Reader and Preacher at Hampton Court 1740–?1778
Chaplain, Reader and Preacher at Hampton Court 1786–1837
Household Chaplain at Kensington c. 1708–1837
Under George III the household chaplain at Kensington made £50 per annum. By 1836 his fee had risen to £100 and his tenure was for life. (fn. 4)
|By 1708||Prat, B.|
|By 1721||Blakewy, R.|
|1736||7 July||Ward, R.|
|1756||1 June||Dinsdale, J.|
|By 1774||Thompson, S.|
|1805||8 Oct.||Wetherall, J.|
|1833||24 Sept.||Jackson, J.|