Edward Aldey

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Edward Aldey (1599–1673) was a canon of Canterbury from the Restoration until his death in 1673, occupying Stall XI. He was probably educated at the King's School, Canterbury, (1609–1612)[1] and then at Hart Hall, Oxford (matriculated 1614, BA 1616, MA 1619) and was ordained in 1619. He was rector of St Andrews, Canterbury, from 1624.[2] There are three books in the Chapter Library which were gifts which Aldey made to William Somner.

Shelfmark W/H-4-5
Richard Montagu, Bp. Acts and monuments of the Church before Christ incarnate. VVritten by Richard Montagu ... 1642.
Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: Gul. Somneri Ex dono D. Edwardi Aldey, Canonici Cantuar.
Shelfmark W/L-1-40
Obertus Giphanius. Huberti Giphanii ... Tractatus de diversis regulis juris antiqui utilissimus. ... 1607.
Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: Gul. Somneri, Cantuarien. Ex dono D. Edovardi Aldey, ecclesiæ S. Andreæ in ead. Vrbi Rectoris dignissimi, A.D. 1653.
Shelfmark W/P-3-35
Isaac Casaubon. Isaaci Casauboni ad Frontonem Ducaeum ... epistola.
London: 1611.
Inscription on title page (erased): Stephanus: Huffam. 1611.
Inscription on second front free endpaper: Edward Aldey.
Inscription on second front free endpaper: Wmi Somner ex dono Mri Aldey 15° Maij 1643.
References
  1. Communication from Peter Henderson.
  2. Clergy of the Church of England Database, record 2023.