George Rye

George Rye was an English Anglican priest in the 18th century.

Rye was born in Culworth and educated at Wadham College, Oxford. He held livings at Adwell, Islip and Ickford. He was appointed Archdeacon of Oxford in 1724; and Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford in 1737, holding both positions until his death on 4 July 1741. He was buried at Culworth. Provided by Wikipedia

by Rye, George
Published 1730
printed by and for George Grierson, at the Two Bibles in Essex-Street

by Rye, George
Published 1719
printed for D. Browne at the Black-Swan, and F. Clay at the Bible and Star, without Temple-Bar

by Rye, George
Published 1714
Printed at the Theatre, for Anth. Peisley bookseller: and are to be sold by J. Churchill, J. Knapton, W. Taylor, H. Clements, W. Meadows and J. Morphew Booksellers in London

by Rye, George
Published 1715
printed for George Mortlock ... in St. Paul's Church-Yard