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Arnold's Fund

Arnold's Fund for Widows and Orphans of Clergyman of the Established Church of England and Ireland. By the will of Robert Arnold, late of Lewisham, Esq., deceased, provision was made for the formation and endowment of a charity to be called the "Arnold Fund," the annual income of which was directed to be applied towards the maintenance, support, and education or otherwise of deserving widows and orphans of clergyman of the Established Church of England and Ireland. The "Arnold Fund" trustees receive applications for relief; such applications must be in writing, state the ages and circumstances of the applicants, or of those on whose behalf the applications are sent, and contain the names of at least two beneficed clergyman to whom reference may be made, and must be addressed to the "Arnold Fund" Trustees (care of Messrs. Crowder, Maynard, and Co.) 57, Coleman Street. The property is not yet fully realised, but will permit of several hundreds per annum being divided amongst the successful applicants.

SOURCE: The Charities of London, by Samuel Low, Jun., London: Sampson Low, Son,
and Marston, Milton House, Ludgate Hill. 1861.