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1111113 Rev. James Alexander Corry Vully de Candole

Alex was born on 25 May 1871 in Bayswater, London, the youngest of the three sons to Henry Sundius Vully de Candole and Emelia Roe Lawe.  

He was educated at St Paul's School & Corpus Christi Cambridge (From Michealmas 1890), BA, MA.

From the Corpus Christi College Chapter book 8, 1884–1905:-
   On 14 June 1893 he was awarded a prize for "English Reading" (1 guinea).
   On 14 June 1895 letters testimonial were written for Deacon’s orders.

In the 1891 Census he is in Wimbledon;
on 31 March 1901 he is in Islington; and
in the 1911 Census he is in Ipswich, Suffolk.

He took Holy Orders, and was appointed Rector of Holton St. Mary and of Shelley, Suffolk.

He was at one time a Master in Ipswich High School.

Alex married Mary nee Paterson on 8 August 1900 in Motherwell, Scotland

They had a daughter and three sons:-

Alison Emily (1903–2000) was born on 15 February 1903 in Samford, Suffolk
She was married first, aged 21, on 17 January 1924 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, to Rev. Arthur le Blanc Grant Morris (18 March 1899 – January 1981) by whom she had three sons, Rev. John Anthony Grant Morris (1924–2016),  Michael Francis Grant Morris (1926–2000), and Adrian Grant Morris (1929–2004). Alison was married secondly, as his second wife, to Patrick(John MacDonald (6 March 1910-Novmber 1910). He had children by his first wife. Alison died in 2002 in Brighton.

Corry Alexander de Candole (1905–1985)
Rev Charles Patrick de Candole (1907–1992)
Rev Donald Vully Candole (1913–1982)

Alex died on 3 May 1917, his death was registered in Ipswich.


Mary nee Paterson

Mary was born in Paris on 8 August 1876, the daughter of Charles Edward Paterson (1843–1880) and Alison Barbara Cruikshank (1846–1924).

Her father died when she was only 3.  Her husband died when she was 41, leaving her with four children under 14.

At the 1911 Census she and her elder two boys were staying with her mother who was living in Cornwall (the youngest not yet born); her 8-year-old daughter is with her father in Ipswich.   One may perhaps deduce from this seperation that even then her daughter was perhaps somewhat contrary !

More to come !

Mary died in September 1963 in Toft, Cambridgeshire




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