Christopher Beeke

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Christopher Beeke (c. 1709–1798) was born at Strood, Kent, son of Henry Beeke, a gardner. He was educated the cathedral school at Rochester and then at St John's College, Cambridge, (matriculated 1726; B.A. 1729/30; M.A. 1740). He was ordained deacon in 1731 and priest in 1733. He was under-master at Rochester School and perpetual curate of Strood (1733-36), vicar of Stockbury (1737) and then vicar of Kingsteignton, Devon (1737-1798).[1]

Shelfmark W/K-3-48
Saint Basil, Bishop of Caesarea. D. Basilii ... De moribus orationes XXIV. A Simeone Magistro, ... ex eius scriptis olim in vnum congestae: nunc primum in lucem editae. Stanislao Ilouio interprete. 1598.
Inscription on front free endpaper: C. Beeke e D. J. Coll. Cant.
References
  1. Venn, ACAD Database, ID=BK726C