Charles Moore

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Charles Moore (1743-1811), was appointed a Six Preacher at Canterbury Cathedral in 1792.[1] He was educated at Tonbridge School and St Paul's School, London, and then at Trinity College, Cambridge (1759; B.A. 1764; M.A. 1767; Fellow 1765–1771). He was Rector of Cuxton (Rochester) 1770–1811, Vicar of Sellindge, 1772–96, Vicar of Boughton-under-Blean, 1797–1803, Vicar of St Nicholas and St Clement's, Rochester, 1803–1811.[2]

The Cathedral Library subscribed for a copy of his A Full Inquiry into the Subject of Suicide (1790).

Shelfmark W/L-5-12
Charles Moore. Full inquiry into the subject of suicide. 1790.
Subscription list includes Canterbury Cathedral.
  1. Derek Ingram Hill, The Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral, 1982, p. 88.
  2. Venn, ACAD Database, ID=MR759C