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Stephen Moulsdale

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Stephen Moulsdale

Stephen Moulsdale from The Stag.jpg
Moulsdale pictured in the Epiphany 1909 edition of college magazine The Stag
Principal of St Chad's College, Durham
In office
Preceded byFounded
Succeeded byJohn S. Brewis
Principal of St Chad's Hostel, Hooton Pagnell
In office
Preceded byFrederick Samuel Willoughby
Succeeded byClosed
Vice Chancellor & Warden of the University of Durham
In office
Preceded byWilliam Sinclair Marris
Succeeded byRobert Bolam
Personal details
Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale

(1872-08-18)18 August 1872
County Sligo
Died25 October 1944(1944-10-25) (aged 72)
Spouse(s)Mary Frisewide
ChurchChurch of England
DioceseDiocese of Durham
Ordination1896 (deacon)

The Reverend Stephen Richard Platt Moulsdale (18 August 1872, County Sligo – 25 October 1944, Hintlesham) was an Irish Anglican priest and academic administrator.


The eldest son of the Anglo-Irish Rev. T. H. P. Moulsdale, Rector of Ballysumaghan, Stephen Moulsdale was educated initially in Sligo followed by St Aidan's Theological College in Birkenhead.[1] He was ordained in 1896 and became a curate at St Chad's Church in Everton.[1] Later continuing his studies at Durham University as a member of Bishop Hatfield's Hall, he was granted an MA in Divinity in 1903.[2] Moulsdale married Mary Frideswide, the daughter of Aysgarth School headmaster the Rev. C. T. Hales, in 1908.[1] She died in 1933.[1]


In 1903 he was appointed Vice-Principal of St Chad's Hostel, Hooton Pagnell, and in 1904 was appointed Principal. Also in 1904, he was instrumental in founding St Chad's Hall at Durham University as a sister institution to the hostel, becoming its first principal, which he held concurrently with the hostel principalship. The hostel closed in 1916, with all teaching concentrated at the Durham institution, which in 1918 was renamed St Chad's College.

He remained principal of St Chad's College until 1937, serving concurrently as Vice-Chancellor of Durham University from 1934 to 1936.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d "The Rev. Dr. S. R. P. Moulsdale". The Times. October 27, 1944. p. 8.
  2. ^ "Durham University calendar 1903-4". Durham University Archives. Retrieved 12 March 2018.
  3. ^ "A History of St Chad's College". St Chad's College, Durham. Archived from the original on 29 July 2014. Retrieved 19 July 2014.
Academic offices
Preceded by
Sir William Sinclair Marris
Vice-Chancellor & Warden of the University of Durham
1934 - 1936
Succeeded by
Sir Robert Bolam
Preceded by
Principal of St Chad's College
1904 - 1937
Succeeded by
Revd John S. Brewis
Preceded by
Revd Frederick Samuel Willoughby
Principal of St Chad's Hostel
1904 - 1916
Succeeded by
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