The Rev. John Kenneth Mozley, DD (1883-1946)
President, Cambridge University Liberal Club, 1905-6
From his obituary in The Times, November 25 1946, page 7:
“John Kenneth Mozley was born in 1883, the third son of Rickards Mozley, sometime Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. He was educated at Malvern College, at Leeds Grammar School, and at Pembroke College, Cambridge, of which he was a scholar. He was elected to a Fellowship after obtaining first class honours in the Classical and Theological Tripos, the Crosse and Allen scholarships, and the George Williams and Norrisian prizes.
“From 1920 to 1925 he was principal of Leeds Clergy School, and he was Warden of St. Augustine’s House, Reading, from 1926 to 1930… He was on many occasions Select Preacher at Oxford and Cambridge, and was Hulsean Preacher in 1939, while from 1937 to 1944 he was Preacher of Lincoln’s Inn. He had been Examining Chaplain to the Bishops of Ripon, Hereford, and Oxford, and to the Archbishop of York. He resigned in 1941 from his canonry, on the advice of his doctor.
“[Author of]…a series of works on Ritschlianism, the doctrine of the Atonement, historic Christianity, and the doctrine of God…
“He married in 1910, Mary Geraldine, daughter of John William Nutt, sometime Fellow of All Souls College. She died in 1941.”
Mozley died at Headingley, Leeds, on November 23 1946.