Robert Lawrence Ottley
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Robert Lawrence Ottley

Robert Lawrence Ottley (2 September 1856 - 1 February 1933[1]) was an English theologian.


He was the son of Lawrence Ottley, Canon of Ripon. He was born in Richmond, Yorkshire, and was educated by his sister Alice Ottley[2] and at King's School, Canterbury. The rest of his academic career up to 1933 was spent at Oxford. His undergraduate studies took place at Pembroke College, of which he became an Honorary Fellow in 1905. He was tutor at Christ Church in 1881, and Principal of Cuddesdon Theological College from 1886. In 1890 he became Divinity Dean at Magdalen College. Then, in 1893 he became Principal of Pusey House. During 1903, he was appointed Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, and also a Canon of Christ Church.


He wrote:


  1. ^ New General Catalog of Old Books and Authors
  2. ^ Gillian Avery, 'Ottley, Alice (1840-1912)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 accessed 21 January 2017

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