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|Spouse||Grace Freind née Robinson|
|Spouse's Rank||[Lower gentry]|
|Year of Marriage||1739|
|Year of Birth||1715|
|Year of Death||1766|
|Father's Rank||Lower gentry|
|Father's Title||Headmaster of Westminster School|
|Mother||Jane Freind née De L'Angle|
1 William Freind was baptized in Westminster Abbey in 1715.
1 In 1760 William Freind was appointed Dean of Canterbury and presumably moved there. In 1766, William died in Canterbury.
|Rank 1||Lower gentry|
|Rank 2||Lower gentry|
In 1744 William Freind became chaplain-in-ordinary to George II. In 1760 he was appointed Dean of Canterbury.
Dean of Canterbury, Reverend.
|Institution||Westminster School and Christ Church, Oxford|
Sharp, 2004; Sairio, 2009
William Freind continued in the academia after his MA in 1738, proceeding a BD (Bachelor of Divinity) and a DD (Doctor of Divinity) in 1748. When Elizabeth Montagu married Edward Montagu, William Freind performed the ceremony.
|BC_1740_EMONTAGU_WF||1740||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Freind, William|