Buckley, William

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Buckley, William

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1817-1892

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The Reverend William Buckley was Rector of All Saints Church in Middleton, England for 39 years. He is remembered for having the church and rectory restored with stained glass windows created by the famous William Morris, a friend.

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Rev. Buckley lived in Middleton by Wirksworth, Derbyshire, England. The parish is now known as Middleton Cheney.

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Middleton Cheney Parish Council website http://www.middletoncheney.org.uk/ [Accessed July 19, 2016].

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