[From Leech's Guide, 1861]
THE ACCOMPANYING LISTS Of Ministers of aeligion and Places of Worship, Tradesmen and other persons usually required by Visitors, Lodging Houses, &c., of the four principal towns, Douglas, Ramsey, Castletown, and Peel,will be found an aquisition to strangers.
BishopHon. Horatio Powys, D.D. 1854.
ArchdeaconVenerable Joseph Christian Moor, M.A., (Rector of Andreas), 1844.
Proctor of Clergy at York ConvocationRev. Wm. Gill, (Vicar of Malew,) 1859.
Examining Chaplain to the BishopRev. Robert Dixon, D.D., (Principal of King Williams College), 1854.
Domestic Chaplain to the BishopRev. James Butler Knill Kelly, M.A. (Vicar of Michael), 1856.
Episcopal Registrar and Secretary to the BishopRev. J. B. K. Kelly, MA. (Vicar of Michael), 1860.
Surrogates for Granting Marriage LicensesRev. Wm. Gill, Malew, 1847.
Rev. John Cannel, Douglas, 1847.
Rev. William Kermode, Ramsey, 1847.
Rev. J. B. K. Kelly, Michael, 1860.
H.M. Inspectors of Schools for the Isle of ManRev. W. J. Kennedy, M.A., Manchester.
Rev. W. Birley, Manchester, (assistant), 1852.
Rev. N. Gream, M.A., Liverpool, (assistant.), 1859.
Patrick :VicarRev. A. Holmes, 1842.
Chaplain of St. Jamess, DalbyRev. C. Hill, M.A., 1859.~ P.C. of Piddington, Oxfordshire.
Curate of FoxdaleRev. J. Leach, M.A., 1858.
German :VicarRev. John Lamothe Stowell, BA., 1839.
H.M. Chaplain, St. JohnsRev. John Fry Garde, M.A., 1845.
Chaplain, St. Johns, Cronk.y-VoddyRev. J. Corlett, 1859.
Master Grammar School, Peel(Vacant.)
Marown :VicarRev. W. Duggan, 1827.
Michael :VicarRev. Jas. B. K. Kelly, MA., 1860.
Ballaugh :RectorRev. T. Howard, 1836. CurateRev. Henry Gee, White, M.A., 1858.
Jurby :VicarRev. Henry Hardy, 1859.
Andreas :ItectorVen. Joseph C. Moore, M.A., (Archdeacon) 1844k
CurateRev. Samuel Walker, BA., 1858.
Chaplain, St. JudesRev. G. Bishop, 1859. Bride :RectorRev. Daniel Nelson, 1847.
Lezayre :VicarRev. Edward Snepp, M.A., 1861; Domestic Chaplain to the Lieutenant-Governor, 1861.
CurateRev. J. J. S. Moore, B.A., 1859.
Chaplain of St. Stephens, SulbyRev. R. W. Aitken, 1860. Maughold:VicarRev. B. Harrison, 1818.
Chaplain of St. Pauls, RamseyRev. William Kermode, 1843;.Hon. Chaplain Manx Rifle Volunteers.
Master of Ramsey Grammar School and Curate of St. Pauls.
Rev. Win. C. Sparrow, B.A., 1858.
Chaplain of Christ Church, DhoonRev. Hugh Ashworth Stowell M.A, 1858.
Lonan :VicarRev. Thomas Caine, 1853.
Chaplain of Christ Church, LaxeyRev. Joseph Bellamy, 1861.
Conchan :VicarRev. J. Howard, 1847.
Braddan :VicarRev. Win, Drury, 1847; Hon. Chaplaia Manx Rifle Volunteers.
Chaplain of St. Matthews, Douglas, and Master of the Grammar SchoolRev. John Cannell, 1835.
Chaplain of St. Georges, DouglasRev. Wm. Hawley, 1859.
Chaplain of St. Barnabass, DouglasRev. Joseph Henry Gray,. MA., 1852; Hon. Chaplain of Manx Artillery Volunteers, 1861.
Chaplain of St. Thomas, DouglasRev. Samuel Simpson, M.A.
CurateRev. R. A. Carden, 1861.
Chaplain of St. Lukes, Baldwin, and Curate at TromodeReic R. Airey, 1859.
St. Ann :-Vicar-Rev. Sam. Gelling, 1835.
Malew :VicarRev. William Gill, 1828.
CurateRev. Thomas Hill, B.A., 1859.
H.M. Chaplain of St. Marys, and Chaplain of Castle Rushen Gaol, CastletownRev. Edward Ferrier, MA. 1855; Hon. Chaplain Manx Rifle Volunteers, 1860.
Chaplain of St. MarksRev. John Thomas Clarke, 1827.
KING WILLIAMS COLLEGE.
Principal and DeanRev. Robert Dixon, D.D., 1840.
Third MasterRev. Gilmour Harvey, 1840.
Bursar and ChaplainRev. Gilmour Harvey, 1855.
Master of Modern DepartmentRev. Hugh Colman Davidson, 1846.
Arbory :VicarRev. John Qualtrough, 1859.
Rushen :Vicar Rev. Hugh Stowell Gill, BA., 1859. Curate, Port St. MaryRev. Benjamin Clarke, B.A,, 1855.
RESIDENT UNBENEFICED CLERGY.
Rev. William Kelly, B.A., Castletown, (late Chaplain of St.
Stephens Sulby, 1855-57.)
Rev. George Caesar Stephen, Douglas, (late Chaplain of St. James, Dalby. 1840-56).
Rev. William Cromie, Douglas.
Rev. William Manley, Lezayre.
Rev. Richard Battersby, Ballaugh.
DouglasRevs. James Carr, Thomas Brydges, Robert Gillow,
DouglasRevs. P. Talbot, T. P. Dilks, T.
RamseyRevs. J. I. Muff, A. H. MTier, and F. Hewitt.
Castletown Rev. J. C. Cleminson.
PeelRev. J. CannelL
Douglas:Revs. G. Kidd, T. Willshaw.
CastletownRev. S. Stafford. Port ErinRev. John Buckley.
PeelRev. W. Harris.
DouglasRev. James Cleland. RamseyRev. William Macowan.
DouglasRev. John Chater.
DouglasHenry Bolton, William Smith. RamseyJ. T. Christian.
SEAMANS BETHEL, North Quay, Douglas.
Major Commanding the Volunteer Forces in the IslandFrancis
Paynton Pigott, 17th July, 1861.
AdjutantJohn S. Chippendall.
ARTILLERY.lst COMPANY, DOUGLAS
CaptainJoseph Jefferson, 15th February, 1861.
First LieutenantJoseph Alexander Torrance, 13th March, 1861.
Second LieutenantJohn Caesar Tobin Harrison, 13th March, 1861.
Hon. Assistant SurgeonThos. Sale, M.D., 13th March, 1861.
Hon ChaplainRev. Joseph Henry Gray, M.A., Chaplain of St. Barnabas, Douglas, 13th March, 1861.
RIFLES1st COMPANY, CASTLETOWN
Lieutenant Patrick Taubman Cuninghame, M.H.K., J.P., Sept. 29, 1860.
EnsignRobert Bruce Willis, October 10, 1860.
Hon. Assistant SurgeonThomas Underwood, M.D., Surgeon to the Household, Oct. 10, 1860.
Hon. ChaplainRev. Edward Ferrier, M.A., H.M.s Chaplain of St. Marys, Castletown, October 10, 1860.
RIFLES2nd COMPANY, Douglas
LieutenantRidgway Harrison, M.H.K.
Hon. Assistant SurgeonSamuel Christian Nelson, March 13, 1861.
Hon. ChaplainRev. Wm. Drury, Vicar of Braddan, June 27, 1861.
RIFLES3rd COMPANY, RAMSEY
CaptainGeorge Hall, Sept. 29, 1860.
LieutenantJohn Crellin Goldsmith, July 17, 1861.
ErisignAlured Dumbell, advocate, July 17, 1861.
Hon. Assistant SurgeonRobt. E. Craine, Oct. 20, 1860.
Hon. ChaplainRev. William Kermode, Chaplain of St. Pauls, Ramsey, July 17, 1861.