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  1. George Austen (clergyman) - Wikipedia

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    George Austen (1731–1805) was a clergyman in the Church of England and the father of Jane Austen. He was the rector of Deane and Steventon in Hampshire . [1]

  2. Rev George Austen (1731-1805) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    the Revd. George Austen Rector of Steventon and Deane in Hampshire who departed this life the 1st. of January 1805 aged 75 years." British clergyman, father of Jane Austen. George Austen was born in Tonbridge in Kent, one of four children of William Austen, a surgeon, and Rebecca (nee Hampson.)

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    • 1 Jan 1805 (aged 73-74)
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    The Reverend George Austen was an Anglican clergyman.He was the Rector of Steventon, Hampshire, and also of Deane, Hampshire. The Austen family lived in Steventon Rectory, and Jane was born there.

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  5. Feb 08, 2013 · Biography books. The Real Jane Austen: A Life in Small Things by Paula Byrne – review ... Jane's clergyman father, George, took in boarders, among whom was the unruly John Wallop, son of the ...

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    Jane Austen s parents, George 1731 1805 an Anglican rector, and his wife Cassandra 1739 1827 shared a gentry background.George was descended from Jane Austen ˈɒstɪn, ˈɔːs - 16 December 1775 18 July 1817 was an English novelist known primarily for her six major novels, which interpret, critique Austen lived her entire life as part of a family located socially and economically on the ...

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    Jane Austen’s life was saved by her cousin. In 1783 Jane’s parents, the Revd George Austen and his wife Cassandra, decided to send Jane’s sister, also called Cassandra, to Oxford with her cousin Jane Cooper, to be tutored by a Mrs Ann Cawley. Jane Austen had a little-known brother.

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    George Austen (1731–1805) was a clergyman in the Anglican Church of England and the father of Jane Austen. He was the rector of Deane and Steventon in Hampshire. He and his sister, Philadelphia, were orphaned, George being nine years old, and he was thus taken under the wing of his wealthy uncle Francis Austen.

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    George Austen’s duties as clergyman instructed Austen in Anglican practice. Because of her father’s occupation, Austen received training in Anglican doctrine married with Enlightenment influence. In a letter he sent to his son Frank upon his departure for the navy, George Austen reminds him, “The first & most important of all

  10. Jane Austen's Disabled Brother George Austen - Geri Walton

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    Aug 26, 2019 · Jane Austen’s disabled brother George Austen was born on 26 August 1766 at Deane, to George and Cassandra Leigh Austen. George Jr. was their second oldest son and was named for his father. He was baptized immediately after his birth but not christened until Monday, 29 September.

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