BEBB, LLEWELLYN JOHN MONTFORD (1862 - 1915), cleric

Name: Llewellyn John Montford Bebb
Date of birth: 1862
Date of death: 1915
Spouse: Louisa Bebb (née Fraser)
Child: Gwyneth Marjory Thomson (née Bebb)
Parent: William Bebb
Gender: Male
Occupation: cleric
Area of activity: Religion
Author: Thomas Iorwerth Ellis

Born in Cape Town, South Africa, 16 February 1862, the elder son of the Rev. William Bebb. He was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford; he graduated B.A. with first-class honours in classics and was appointed a fellow and tutor at Brasenose College. He was made vice-principal of that college in 1892. He was ordained deacon in 1886 and priest in 1887 and in 1898 he was appointed principal of St. David's College, Lampeter. He was made an honorary canon of St. David's in 1910.

He married Louisa Fraser of London in 1886 and they had four sons and three daughters. He died 22 November 1915 and was buried at Lampeter.

One of his daughters was Gwyneth Marjory Bebb (1889-1921) who campaigned for the admission of women to the legal profession.


Published date: 2001

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