|Epithet||Anglican clergyman and Bishop of Madras|
|History||He was ordained as a deacon in 1843 and become a fellow of Christ Church, Cambridge, where was later a lecturer, dean and assistant tutor, 1849-1861. He served as a chaplain to the Bishop of London, 1859-1861. He was appointed Bishop of Madras in 1861 and remained in that post until his retirement in 1898. |
|Relationships||Son of Reverend Philp Gell|
|Key Events||Born 24 Sep 1820; died at Culford, Coonoor, Southern India on 25 March 1902|
|Authorised Form of Name||Gell; Frederick (1820-1902); Anglican clergyman and Bishop of Madras|
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