Thomas Curteis

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Thomas Curteis (1706–1775) was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge (1724; B.A. 1727-8; M.A. 1731; D.D. (Lambeth) 1758). His ecclesiastical career is vicar of Kemsing (1739-44), vicar of Rottingdean (1744-51), rector of Sevenoaks (1747-75) in succession to his father, prebendary of Canterbury (1755, Stall XI), rector of St Dionis, Backchurch (1756). He was Canon Treasurer in the 1760s.[1]

Shelfmark W/H-5-13
Richard Burn. Ecclesiastical law. 1763.
Inscription on front pastedown: 1763. TC. Treas.r. 2 vols. [in a different hand:] This book belongs to the Library of the Church of Canterbury.
Shelfmark W/K-1-43
Letters to a young nobleman. 1762.
Inscription on front pastedown: 1763 TC. Tr.
In a different hand: This book belongs to the Library of the Church of Canterbury.
Shelfmark W/K-4-28
Glocester Ridley. Life of Dr. Nicholas Ridley, ... Bishop of London: shewing the plan and progress of the Reformation. ... By ... Glocester Ridley, ... 1763.
Inscription on front pastedown: 1763 TC Treas.r. [In a different hand?:] This book belongs to the Library of the Church of Canterbury.
References
  1. Venn, ACAD Database, ID=CRTS724T