Reverend George Charles Jenner (1767-1846)

  • Jenner, George Charles, 1767-1846.
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Jenner family and associated individuals
  • Archives and manuscripts

About this work


Correspondence and papers, as below:


1-2: Certificates of ordination as a deacon and priest, April-May 1794

3-5: Certificates as a Master Mason, Royal Arch Mason, and a Masonic Knight Templar, March-June 1794

6-8: Appointments as a missionary at Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, and as a Justice of the Peace for Conception Bay, April-August 1794

9: Passport to travel from Paris to London, 28 Jul 1802

10: Indenture apprenticing John Clinch, son of John Clinch of Trinity, Newfoundland, to William Lawrence and Charles Bruce Warner, surgeons and apothecaries, of Cirencester. Signed by G.C. Jenner, as guardian of John Clinch, 16 Jan 1811

11: Licence as curate of the chapel of Hill, Gloucs, 17 Feb 1820

12-13: Letters from E. Craven, 21 April 1791, and Capt E. Husson, 21 Aug. 1814

14.: Draft of a letter to Henri-Marie Husson, 26 November 1810



Physical description

14 items Partly membrane. Various sizes.

Acquisition note

From the Mockler collection, Sotheby's 25-27 Nov. 1918, especially lot 1009.

Biographical note

The Reverend George Charles Jenner was the son of the Reverend Henry Jenner and thus the nephew of Dr. Edward Jenner.

Related material

Select images of this work were taken by the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum: WT/D/1/20/1/44/42

Finding aids

Database description taken from that in: Richard Palmer, Catalogue of Western Manuscripts in the Wellcome Library for the History & Understanding of Medicine: Western Manuscripts 5120-6244 (London: The Wellcome Library for the History & Understanding of Medicine, 1999).


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Accession number

  • acc. 92082, 94936