|21 November 1805 at Bradwell, Suffolk, England.|
|25 December 1805 at Bradwell, Suffolk, England.|
|21 October 1884 at Oxburgh rectory, England.|
|John Thurtell (1762-1846)|
|Anne Browne (c1762-1834)|
|Mary Gordon Bartrum (1821-1857) on 13 July 1854 in St Luke's Chapel, Norwich, England.|
|Mary Alice Thurtell (1856-1864)|
|William Ellis Thurtell (1855-1923)|
Mathematical Tripos Cambridge. Was rector of Oxburgh and vicar of Foulden in the 1851 census of England.
My Ain Folksays:
The Rev Alexander Thurtell had a most creditable record, being a scholar, senior fellow, Hebrew lecturer and Moderator. Entering Holy Orders, he was appointed His Majesty’s Inspector of Schools in 1847. He became Rector of Oxborough and is buried in Oxborough Churchyard.
Alexander Thurtell was admitted sizare, aged 19, at Trinity College, Cambridge on the 6th April 1825 and had formerly been educated at the Yarmouth Academy by Mr. Bowler (formerly of Norwich Theatre). He went on to Caius College, returned 4th Wrangler 1829; MA 1832; Fellow of Caius 1830-1849. Went on to Oxford in 1842. Ordained deacon 1830, priest 1837; Rector of Oxborough and Faulden 1848-1884. Married Mary Gordon Bartrum 1854, and was father of William Ellis (1856- 1923). Alexander died on the 21st October 1884.