[From: Richard Morton Weller]
Born at Blackwell Hall Jan 12. 1883. At school in Brighton and Bedford. Assistant Master at Clevedon College 1903-1906. At Selwyn College, Cambridge 1906-1909. Captain of the Selwyn Boat 1909. Ordained in Southwell Minister, Trinity Sunday 1910. Curate at St. Giles, West Bridgford 1910-1913. Curate at Marlpool (Heanor Parish) 1913-1916. Vicar of Selston, Nottinghamshire 1916-1924. Vicar of Ruddington 1924-1931. Rural Dean, West Bingham 1926-1931. Rector of Finchampstead 1931-1952.
Married: Jessie Edith, daughter of Dr. Enoch and Mrs. Snell of Nottingham September 2nd 1913.
In 1952 Dick retired from Finchampstead after over 20 years service. He had been bequeathed a house in Bornemouth together with a substantial legacy. These came from the widow of his cousin Gerard who was son of Uncle George. Thus some of the money made in Amersham came back to a member of the Edward Weller branch.
[For his early years see also the biography of his mother Edith Emma Aylward.]