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151 From http://www.dnw.co.uk/medals/auctionarchive/searchcataloguearchive/itemdetail.lasso?itemid=7869

M.I.D. London Gazette 3 October,1952, "for distinguished service in operations in Korean waters":- The Reverend Hugh Selwyn Fry, Chaplain, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Ceylon.
O.B.E. London Gazette 1 January, 1963.
Hugh Selwyn Fry was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1930, M.A. 1934; Chaplain, R.N.V.R., 1943-47; Chaplain, R.N., 1947-63. Chaplain of the cruiser Ceylon which, together with the Auxiliary Aircraft Carrier Unicorn, conveyed the first British troops (1 A&SH and 1 Middx. respectively) to land in Korea, at Pusan on 29 August, 1950. The Reverend Fry injured his leg in Korea. After retiring from the Royal Navy in 1963 he became Vicar of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Faringdon, Berkshire, and died in 1989.  
Fry, Rev. Hugh Selwyn OBE (I0426)
 
152 From Crockford' Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, William Marshall. - Em. Coll. Cam. B.A. 1901, M.A. 1906, Ridley Hall, Cam. 1901. d 1902, p 1903 Roch. C. of All SS. S. Lambeth, 1902-08; T.C.F. 1918-19; V. of St. Simon Zelotes, U Chelsea, 1908-21; Chap. of Embassy Church in Rue d'Aguesseau, Paris, 1921-29; V. of H. Trin. Bournemouth, 1929-31; Brompton, Dio.Lon. from 1931. (P, Bp; Gross Inc. 1500l, Net 1400l and Ho; Pop. 7250.) Vicarage, Brompton, S.W.3. 
Selwyn, Rt. Rev. William Marshall (I0580)
 
153 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1868

LICHFIELD, The Right Rev. George Augustus Selwyn, Eccleshall Castle, Staffs. - Born at Hampstead, Middlsex, 1809; Eton, and St. John's Coll. Cam. Jun. Opt. and 1st cl. Cl. Trip. B.A. 1831, M.A. 1834; B.D. and D.D. 1841. Consecrated Bp of New Zealand 1841, translated to Lichfield 1867. (Episcopal Jurisdiction - the Cos. of Derby and Stafford, and a portion of the Co. of Salop; Inc. of See, 4500l; Pop. 1,121,404; Acres, 1,740,607; Deaneries, 49; Benefices, 625; Curates, 154; Church sittings, 305,933.) His Lordship was formerly Tut. at Eton and C. of Windsor. 
Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. George Augustus (I0384)
 
154 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1874

SELWYN, Congreve, Welsh-Hampton Vicarage, Whitchurch, Salop. - V. of Welsh-Hampton, Dio. Lich. 1870 (P. Guardians of S.K. Mainwaring Esq; Gross Inc. 180l; Pop.453.) Formerly C. of Hyssington and Snead, Herefs.
 
Selwyn, Rev. Longmore Congreve Clift (I1252)
 
155 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1874

SELWYN, Edward John, Pluckley Rectory, Ashford, Kent. - Late Scho. of Trin. Coll. Cam.; Bell's Univ. Scho. 1843; B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849; d 1847; p 1848 by Bp of Lon. R. of Pluckley, Dio. Cant. 1873 (P, Abp of Cant; Gl. 34 a; T.R.C. 776l; Gross Inc. 840l; Net 700l and Ho; Pop. 818.) Formerly Prin. of the Blackheath Propietary Sch. 1847-64; C. and Ev. Lect. of St. Margaret, Lee, Kent 1859-64; R. of St. Paul, Wokingham, Berks, 1864-67; V. of Bickley, Kent, 1867-73. Author, The Love of Pursuit of Heavenly Wisdom (a Funeral Sermon), 1858; For God and for England (a sermon preached to the 3rd West Kent Rifle Volunteers), 1860; Remember (a Funeral Sermon). 1864. 
Selwyn, Rev. Edward John (I0026)
 
156 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1874

SELWYN, John Richardson, Melanesia Vicarage, Wolverhampton. - Trin. Coll. Cam. B.A. (3rd cl. Cl. Trip.) 1869; d 1869, p 1870 by Bp of Lich. Miss. in Melanesia 1872. Formerly C. of Alrewas, Staffs. 1869-70; St. George, Wolverhampton, 1870-71; V. of St. George, Wolverhampton, 1871-72. 
Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. John Richardson (I0410)
 
157 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1874

SELWYN, Sydney George, Milton Clevedon Vicarage, Evercreech, Bath. - Late. Fell. of New Coll. Ox. B.A. 1844, M.A. 1846; d 1844, p 1851 by Bp of Ox. V. of Milton Clevedon, Dio. B. and W. 1853 (P, Earl of Ilchester; Gl. 62a; Tithe 202l; Gross Inc. 312; Pop. 194.) Preb. of Compton Dundon in Wells Cathl. 1860; R.D; Distr. Insps. of Schs. 
Selwyn, Rev. Sydney George (I0177)
 
158 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1874

SELWYN, William, The College, Ely. - St. John's College, Cam; Chan. Cl. Medal and B.A. 1828, M.A. 1831, B.D. 1849, D.D. 1864; d 1829 by Bp. of Ely, p 1831 by Bp. of Roch. 6th Can. Res. of Ely Cathl. 1833. (Inc. 800l and Res.) Lady Margaret's Reader in Theol. Cam. 1855; Chap. in Ordinary to the Queen 1859; Hon. Joint Curator of the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth 1872. Formerly R. of Branstone, Leics. 1831-46; V. of Melbourn, Cambs. 1846-53. Author, Principles of Cathedral Reform, Parts i. and ii. 1840, 5s; Horae Hebraicae on Isaiah ix. 4to. 8s; Two charts of Prophecy (in sheets), 2s and 1s; Notes on the Revision of the Authorised Version of the Holy Scriptures, 1856, 1s; Notae Criticae in Versionem Septuagintaviralem - Exodus i-xxiv. 1856, Numeri, 1857, Deuteronomium, 1858; M.P. and Canon, Conversations on Ecclesiastical Legislation, 1858-59; Reasons for not signing the Oxford Declaration, 1864, 6d; Winfred, 1864, 2s; Waterloo (with plans), 2nd ed. 1865, 3s; Enochus Arden, 1867, 6s; all published by Bell and Dalby. 
Selwyn, The Rev. Canon William (I0383)
 
159 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1885

SELWYN, Edward John, Pluckley Rectory, Ashford, Kent. - Late Scho. of Trin. Coll. Cam.; Bell's Univ. Scho. 1843; B.A. 1846, M.A. 1849; d 1847; p 1848 Lon. R. of Pluckley, W. Ashford Union and Dio. Cant. 1873 (P, Abp of Cant; Gl. 4 a in hand, value 5l; 31 a let for 50l; T.R.C. 600l; Extra. T.R.C. 168l; Fees 3l; Gross Inc. 826l, Net 447l and Ho; 3000 a, C A 600; Pop. 923.) F Prin. of the Blackheath Propr. Sch. 1847-64; C. and Ev. Lect. of St. Marg. Lee, Kent 1859-64; R. of St. Paul, Wokingham, Berks, 1864-67; V. of Bickley, Kent, 1867-73. Author, Occasional Sermons, 1857, '59, '64. 
Selwyn, Rev. Edward John (I0026)
 
160 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1885

SELWYN, George Arthur, Dedham, Essex - C.C.C. Cam. B.A. 1878, M.A. 1884. Ely Coll. 1883. d 1883 St. Alban's. C. of Dedham, Dio. St. Alban's, 1883. 
Selwyn, Rev. George Arthur (I0572)
 
161 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1885

SELWYN, Sydney George, Castle Godwyn, Painswick, Gloucs. - Late. Fell. of New Coll. Ox. B.A. 1844, M.A. 1846; d 1844, p 1851 by Bp of Ox. V. of Milton Clevedon, Dio. B. and W. 1853 (P, Earl of Ilchester; Gl. 62a; Tithe 202l; Gross Inc. 312l; Pop. 171.) F Preb. of Compton Dundon in Wells Cathl. 1860; R.D. of Bruton 1860-79 
Selwyn, Rev. Sydney George (I0177)
 
162 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1898

SELWYN, Right Rev. John Richardson, The Lodge, Selwyn College, Cambridge. - Trin. Coll. Cam. B.A. (3rd cl. Cl. Trip.) 1870, D.D. 1885; d 1869, p 1870 Lich. Cons. Miss. Bp. of Melan. 18th Februrary, 1877 at Nelson, by the Metropolitan of N.Z. and Bps. of Nel; Well; Auckld; and Dun. Master of Selw. Coll. Cam. 1893; Chap. in Ord. 1895; Sec. Bd. of Missions of Cant. 1896. F C. of Alrewas 1869-70; C. of St. George, Wolverhampton, 1871; V. 1871-72. Miss. in Melan. 1873-77; Miss. Bp of Melanesia 1877-91; Hon. Chap. to the Queen 1892-95. Author, Pastoral Lectures in the Colonies and the Mission Field, 1897. 
Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. John Richardson (I0410)
 
163 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1898

SELWYN, Very Rev. Arthur Edward, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. - d 1852, p 1853 Newc. I. of Ch. Ch. City and Dio. Newc. 1867. Can. of Newc. and R.D. 1870. V. Gen. Administr. of Dio. 1888; Dean of Newc. 1892. F I. of Grafton. N.S.W. 1853-67. 
Selwyn, Very Rev. Arthur Edward (I0179)
 
164 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1908

SELWYN, Arthur Louis Henry, Karachi, India. - Univ. Coll.Dur. B.A. Lon. Coll of Div. d 1900, p 1901 Nor. Chap. (Eccles. Est.) 1907 at Karachi, Dio. Lah. 1907. F C. of Cromer 1900-02; Chap (A.Cl.S.) at Sukkur 1902-06; Srinagar 1905-07.
 
Selwyn, Rev. Arthur Louis Henry (I0579)
 
165 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1908

SELWYN, Edward Carus, Hindhead, Surrey - Late Scho. of King's Coll. Cam; Carus Pri. 1872; Bell's Scho. 1873; Browne's Medallist 1874-75; B.A. (7th Classic) 1876, M.A. 1879, B.D. 1899, D.D. 1900. d 1879, p 1881 Linc. Hon. Can. of Pet. 1905. F Fell. of King's Coll. Cam. 1876-85; Dean and Div. Lect. 1880-82; C. of St. Paul, Jarrow on Tyne, 1879; Lect. of Em. Coll. Cam. 1880-81; Prin. Liv. Coll. 1882-87; Hd Master Uppingham Sch. 1887-1907. Author, The Christian Prophets, 1900; St. Luke the Prophet, 1901. 
Selwyn, Rev. Edward Carus (I0033)
 
166 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1908

SELWYN, Reginald Townshend, Monkton Farley Rectory, Bradford on Avon. - Jes. Coll. Cam. B.A 1880. Ely Coll. 1880. d. 1880, p 1882 Ely. R. of Monkton Farley, Dio. Sarum, 1899 (P, Bp of Sarum; T.R.C. 186l, av. 124l w 16 a. of Gl; Augm 10l; fees 4l; Eccles. Comm. 48l; Gross Inc. 222l, Net 180l and Ho; Pop 388.) F C. of Sudbury, Suff. 1880-83; St. Paul, Brentford, 1883-85; Stowmarket 1883-1886; Rickinghall Superior 1887-88; R. of Turnworth, Dorset, 1888-91; C. of Tisbury 1891-93; Calne 1894-99 
Selwyn, Rev. Reginald Townshend (I0185)
 
167 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1908

SELWYN, Sydney Augustus, Vicarage, Sherborne. - G. and C. Coll. Cam. B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878. d. 1876, p 1877 Nor. V. of Sherborne, Dio. Sarum, 1908. (P, F. Wingfield Digby Esq: T.R.C. 200l, av. 133l; o.s. 200l; Gross Inc. 373l. Net 323l and Ho; Pop 6095.) P.C. of Castleton, Dio. Sarum, 1908. (P, F. Wingfield Digby Esq; Net Inc. 75l; Pop 40.) F C. of N. Walsham 1876-81; R of St. Michael Coslany, Nor. 1881-84; Chap Nor. Union 1882-84; V. of Sheerness 1884-86; St. Jas. Hatcham, Surrey, 1886-91; St. Jo. Evang. Boscombe, 1891-1900. H. Trin. Hampstead, 1900-08 
Selwyn, Rev. Sydney Augustus (I0571)
 
168 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1908

SELWYN, William, Quarry House, Aylestone Hill, Hereford, and Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W. - St. John's Coll. Cam. B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. d 1864, p 1865 Worc. Preb of Heref. Cathl. 1901. F C. of Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs, 1864-66; Sec. And Treas. Melanesian Miss. 1873-99; Dom. Chap. to Bp of Lich. 1875-78; Commiss. Melan. 1877-91; V. of Bromfield, Salop, 1866-1907. 
Selwyn, Rev. William (I0408)
 
169 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Alexander Bernard. - St. Edm. Hall, Ox. B.A. 1919. Cudd. Coll. 1920. d. 1921, p. 1922 Wakef. C. of King Cross, Halifax, 1921-24; St. Mich. Polwatte, Colom. 1924-27; St. M. Bathwick, 1928-30. c/o 15 Sydney Buildings, Bathwick, Bath. 
Selwyn, Rev. Alexander Bernard (I0194)
 
170 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Arthur Louis Henry - Univ. Coll.Dur. B.A. Lon. Coll of Div. d 1900, p 1901 Nor. C. of Cromer 1900-02; Chap (A.Cl.S.) at Sukkur 1902-05; Srinagar 1905-07; (Eccles. Est.) Ambala 1907-08; Karachi 1909-10; Furlough 1910-11; Sialkot 1911-14; Hyderabad 1914-1915; Indian Exped. Force 1915-19; Risalpur 1919-21; Dalhousie 1921-22 and 1925-26; Raisina 1922-23; Sialkot 1923-25; V. of St. Kath. Savernake Forest, 1926-31; Preshute, Dio. Sarum, from 1931. (P. Master of Cathl. Choristers; T.R.C. 173l w 1 1/4 a of Gl. val 4l; Q.A.B 36l; Eccles. Comm. 134l; fees 8l; e.o. 14l; o.s. 33l; Gross Inc. 403l; Net 328l and Ho; Pop. 1839.) Preshute, Marlborough

 
Selwyn, Rev. Arthur Louis Henry (I0579)
 
171 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Ernest William. - Qu. Coll. Cam. B.A. 1911, M.A. 1921, Ridley Hall, Cam. 1911. d 1912, p 1913 S'wark. C. of Ch.Ch. Bermondsey, 1912-18; Qu. Coll. Cam. Miss. and C. Ch.Ch. Rotherhithe, 1918-21. C. of St. Jo. Div. Merton. 1921-23; St. Geo. Sheff. 1923-26; V. of St. Phil. Sheff. 1926-30; Chap. Sheff R. Infirm. 1927-30; R. of Grimston, Dio. Nor. from 1930 (P, Qu. Coll. Cam; Gl. val. 20l; Q.A.B. 1l; Eccles.Comm. 467l; fees 2l; Gross Inc. 490l, Net 295l and Ho; Pop. 1058.) Rectory, Grimston, King's Lynn. 
Selwyn, Rev. Ernest William (I0112)
 
172 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, George Theodore. - C.C.C. Cam. B.A. (3rd cl. Th. Trip.) 1909, M.A. 1915. Ridley Hall, Cam. 1909. d 1910, p 1911 Lon. C. of St. Matt. Bayswater, 1910-13; C.M.S. Miss. Palamcottah 1913-16; Prin. of C.M.S Th. Coll. Tinn. 1916-20; Furlough 1920; Chap. Th. Sem. Nazareth, and Prin. Tr. Sch. Palamcottah, 1921-23; Exam. Chap. to Bp of Tinn. 1921; Chap. C.M.S. High Sch. Palamcottah, Dio. Tinn. from 1924. Bishop Sargent's Training School, Palamcottah, Tinnevelly, S.India. 
Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. George Theodore (I0311)
 
173 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Herbert Edward. - Selw. Coll. Cam. B.A. 1888, M.A.1892. Hon. C.F. 1921. d 1889, p 1890 Roch. C. of St. Steph. Battersea, 1889-91; H. Trin. Richmond, Surrey, 1891-93; R. of Stapleford, Herts. 1893-95; Bengeo 1895-1901; V. of St. Matt. W. Ham, 1901-09; V. of St. Paul, Brixton, 1913-14; T.C.F. 1917-19; C. of St. Geo. Mart. Deal, 1923-24; Missr.C.P.M.S. 1910-12; '19-23; and from 1924. Glendonagh Cottage, Woodland avenue, Boscombe, Hants (Tel Southbourne 684.) 
Selwyn, Rev. Herbert Edward (I0573)
 
174 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Herbert Gordon. - Clare Coll. Cam. B.A. 1921. Ridley Hall, Cam. 1920. d. 1921, p 1922 S'wark. C. of St. M. Magd. Peckham, 1921-24; C.M.S. Miss Juba, 1924-28; Loka 1929-31; Kajo Kaji, Dio. U. Nile, from 1931. C.M.S. Kajo Kajo, Sudan 
Selwyn, Rev. Herbert Gordon (I0600)
 
175 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Stephen John. - Trin. Coll. Cam. B.A. (3rd cl. Hist. Trip.) 1896, M.A. 1902. Wells Th. Coll. 1897. d. 1898, p. 1899 Lich. C. of St. Matt. Walsall, 1898-1901. St. M. (on c. of Ch. of Good Shepherd) Handsworth, 1901-08; V. of Rushall 1908-09; H. Trin. Hope, Hanley, 1910-11; Repton 1911-24; Foremark 1915-24; Perm. to Offic. Dio. Ox. from 1924; Sec. Ox. Dioc. Coun. of Educn. from 1928. Matson House, Remenham, Henley on Thames. 
Selwyn, Rev. Stephen John (I0420)
 
176 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, Very Rev. Edward Gordon. - Late Scho. of K.C.Cam. Porson Pri. 1905, Bell Scho. 1905. Browne Medallist 1906, Waddington Scho. 1907, Chan. Cl. Medal 1908, Win. Pri. 1908, 1st cl. Cl. Trip. pt.i, 1906, B.A. (2nd cl. Cl. Trip pt.ii) 1907, M.A. 1911, B.D. 1923, Univ of Aber. Hon.D.D. 1927. Cudd. Coll. 1909. d 1909 Southw. p 1910 Ely. Lect in Cl. C.C.C.Cam. 1908; Fell. of C.C.C. 1909-13; Exam. Chap. to Bp of Lon. 1911-13; Warden of Radley Coll. 1913-18; T.C.F. 1918-19; Select Pr.Ox. 1924-25; Hon. Chap. to Bp of Win. 1925-28; Proc. Conv. Win. 1921-29; Portsm. 1929-31; R. of Red Hill 1919-31; Lect. St.Andr. Home, Posrtsm. 1920-31; Exam. Chap. to Bp of Portsm. 1927-31; Hon. Can. of Portsm. 1928-31; Dean of Win. from 1931. The Deanery, Winchester.

Author, The Teaching of Christ, 1915; John Forbes' Itenicum, Book I, 1923; The Approach to Christianity, 1925; EDITOR, Theology, from 1920; Essays, Catholic and Critical, 1926 
Selwyn, The Very Rev. Edward Gordon (I0040)
 
177 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1932

SELWYN, William Maingay. - C.C.C. Cam. B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. d 1881, p 1883 Lon. C. of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middx 1881-84; Lowestoft 1884-86; Old Radford 1886-88; P.C. of St. Geo. Brighton, 1888-1903; V. of St. M. Spring Grove, Heston, 1903-13; C.P.M.S. Missr. Dio. Cant. 1913-14; R. of Reedham w Freethorpe 1914-22. Moorlands, Kingsdown, Deal 
Selwyn, Rev. William Maingay (I0289)
 
178 From Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1958

V. of St.Mary Magd. with St.Paul,Peckham 1933 - 39; St. Steph, Selly Hill, B,ham 1939 - 51; Ch.Ch. S. Nutfield, Dio. S,wark 1951 - 1960; S.Perrott with Mosterton & Chedington, Dio. Sarum 1960 - 66 & R.D. of Beaminster. Rtd. 1966 
Selwyn, Rev. Herbert Gordon (I0600)
 
179 From the Kings Stanley marriage registers Family F350
 
180 From the Lancing College Register :-

Selwyn, Basil Murray, born 20 Feb., 1886, son of
the Rev. R. T. Selwyn, M.A., entered S. H. as
Exhibitioner, April, 1899.
 
Selwyn, Basil Murray (I0193)
 
181 From the Methodist Who's Who, 1912.

"b. Sept. 3, 1866, at Sheffield; s. of Henry Adams, West View, Sharrow ; m. Letitia Martha, d. of Rev. Alfred Clayton ; one s. Educ. Grammar School, Sheffield, Branch Manager, Refuge Assurance Company, Ltd. Circuit Steward, Treas. of F.C.C. and three Church Trusts ; Director of Elmfield College, York ; Dist. Treas. of the Centenary Fund; been Circuit Rep. at Dist. Synod; Member of Board of Guardians ; Freeman City of London (Livery Company of Car men) ; Member of Management Committee of Alresford Orphanage, Hants. Recreations : Cricket, billiards, and motoring. Address : Crabtree Lodge, Sheffield. P. " 
Adams, Ernest (I1280)
 
182 From The Origin and History of the Primitive Methodist Church, Vol 2.

"Mr. Henry Adams of Sheffield is a pronounced progressive in regard to chapel extension, and his influence and liberality have been a very considerable factor in the development of primitive Methodism in Sheffield and the district. Mr. Adams was born at Hollinsend in '36, and went to Sheffield in '63, some two years after his conversion. In this same year he became an agent for the Refuge Assurance Company, and began what was destined to be one of the most successful careers known to the Assurance world. In this work he discovered and developed his genius for business. For many years now he has been a Director of the Company, for which he was once only an agent. Mr. Adams has been the Steward of Sheffield Fifth since its formation, and for many years he has been recognised as one of the leaders of our Church, in both its District and Connexional Courts, and he was elected Vice-President of the Conferenee of 1883. Mr. Adams has taken a remarkable interest in chapel-building affairs. In Sheffield Fifth, Eighth and Ninth Circuits, and in Hoyland Circuit particularly, our places of worship are memorials of his enterprise and liberality. Mr. Adams' private beneficence is well known, his beneficence is not confined to his own Communion, nor does Mr. Adams' Christian life exhaust itself in officialism. He is exemplary in his attendance at the means of grace even on the week-night and he loves an old-fashioned Methodist prayer-meeting. In all his life-work Mr. Adams has had a willing helper in his devoted wife. " 
Adams, Henry (I1277)
 
183 From the Times Colonist for 2 Apr 2008
LONGCROFT, Wendy Gay (nee Selwyn) Wendy passed away on March 23, 2008 after a courageous 14 year battle with breast cancer. Wendy was born in Peshwar, Pakistan on January 16, 1939 and moved to England in 1946, where she met and married Peter. They emigrated to Canada with their children in 1975, living first in Calgary, Alberta and then Sidney, British Columbia. Wendy is survived and will be forever missed by Peter, her devoted husband of 47 years, her son David (and his wife Carrie and their children, Jonathan and Claire) and her daughter Amanda (and her husband Robert Harris and their children, Bryn and Aidan). She is also survived by her brother Jeremy Selwyn and her half siblings Michael Selwyn and Christina Selwyn. Wendy1s love for life was only surpassed by her love for her family. None of us could have had a better caregiver, nurturer, friend or deckhand. She took on the challenge of her disease with her typical selflessness and volunteered for many years at the Victoria Cancer Lodge, caring for others in the face of her own illness. In the last few years of her life, she discovered the excitement of dragon boat racing and found great joy in the camaraderie she shared with her fellow breast cancer survivors on the Island Breast Strokers paddling crew, taking the gold at the world championships in Singapore 2 years ago. Being on the water was nothing new for Wendy. She had spent many boating holidays with Peter and was looking forward to spending more time with their many friends from the Sidney-North Saanich Yacht Club. We would sincerely like to thank Dr. Ewen Cadger, Dr. Sharon Allen, Dr. Jim Wilde and the team of caregivers at both the Victoria Hospice and the Saanich Peninsula Hospital. A private ceremony for the family will be held at this time, with a memorial party to follow later this summer, where we hope that her friends will gather and tip their glasses in honour of a fine lady. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Victoria Walk to End Breast Cancer in the name of Amanda Longcroft. 456453 
Selwyn, Wendy Gay (I0591)
 
184 From the War Memorial at St. Stephen's, Shottermill...

Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, 106th Bde;
Died 25/10/1918 aged 21; Born at Uppingham, Rutland.
Son of the Rev. Edward Carus Selwyn, D.D., and Maud S.
Selwyn, of "Robinswood," Hindhead, Surrey. Educated at
Fonthill, East Grinstead and Rugby School.
Grave/Memorial Reference: S. V. E. 8.
ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN 
Selwyn, Lt. George Vincent Carus (I0048)
 
185 From the War memorial at St. Stephen's, Shottermill...

Second Lieutenant, Leicestershire Regiment,
5th Bn., Died 17/05/1915 aged 26, Son of the Rev. E. C.
Selwyn, D.D., for 20 years Headmaster of Uppingham
School, and of Lucy Ada Selwyn, grand-daughter of Dr.
Arnold, of Rugby
Grave/Memorial Reference:I.3
BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY (NORD)
 
Selwyn, 2nd. Lt. Christopher Wakefield (I0043)
 
186 From the War Memorial of St. Stephen's, Shottermill...

Lieutenant, 11th King Edward's Own Lancers (Probyn's
Horse) and Royal Flying Corps, Died 18/05/1916 aged 26.
Son of the Rev. Edward Carus Selwyn, D.D., and Maud S.
Selwyn, of "Robinswood," Hindhead, Surrey. Husband of
Eileen Mary Selwyn, of 3/209, High St., Kensington, London.
Grave/Memorial Reference: 52.22914
GOSPORT (ANN'S HILL) CEMETERY 
Selwyn, Lt. Arthur Penrose (I0042)
 
187 Good reading of his mission in New Zealand may be found hereSelwyn, The Rt. Rev. George Augustus (I0384)
 
188 He was a fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, 1833-40. Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. George Augustus (I0384)
 
189 He was a member of the Gaols Committee of the House of Commons.
It is likely that he was one of the sitters in the picture of that committee painted by Hogarth in 1729. 
Selwyn, Maj. Charles (I0491)
 
190 He was an associate of Gen James Oglethorpe, the Founder of Georgia and one of the Georgia Trustees. Selwyn, Maj. Charles (I0491)
 
191 He was one of the proprietors of the dispensary in Ledbury opened 25 March 1824

JOHN BIDDULPH Esq President
Rev REGINALD PYNDAR Vice President
Mr SELWYN Surgeon  
Selwyn, Dr. Congreve M.D. (I0240)
 
192 He was ordained deacon, 1833 Selwyn, The Rt. Rev. George Augustus (I0384)
 
193 Held lands in Charlotte, North Carolina as described in this article from NCpedia. Selwyn, George Augustus (I0508)
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Moore, Andrew (I1462)
 
195 His obituary was published in the Henley Standard on 30th November 2009. Selwyn, Edward George (I0430)
 
196 His obituary from the Daily Telegraph on 2/Oct/2011 Collinson, Patrick (I0058)
 
197 His father, Jasper, settled the rectory of Wheatenhust on him.
The rectory was passed down the family until Jasper Selwyn (b. 1725). See British History Online for Wheatenhurst 
Selwyn, Richard (I0538)
 
198 https://peeragenews.blogspot.com/2020/03/richard-quintin-hoare-obe-dl-1943-2020.html Hoare, Richard Quintin (I0115)
 
199 In 1823 he was curate of St. Paul's, Cray. Selwyn, Rev. Edward (I0022)
 
200 In 1887 she was involved in a scandal concerning her relationship with her stepmother's third husband Francis Charles Hughes-Hallett Selwyn, Beatrice Eugenie (I0398)
 

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