In 1617 he accepted the curacy of Chatillon-les-Dombes (or sur-Chalaronne), and here he received from the countess of Joigny the means by which he was enabled to found his first "confrerie de charite," an association of women who ministered to the poor and the sick.
Finding that my fellow-citizens were not likely to offer me any room in the court house, or any curacy or living anywhere else, but I must shift for myself, I turned my face more exclusively than ever to the woods, where I was better known.
Gwyn and Kay moved to St David 's Diocese early in 1970 where he served a second curacy at Pembroke Dock.
He and three of his descendants held the Curacy of Bolton Abbey continuously for 117 years.
He then took the curacy of the Parish Church at Cheltenham under the Reverend Francis Close, afterward Dean of Carlisle.
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