Charles Forbes Septimus Money (c.1817 - 18 January 1893) was a Church of England clergyman.

Following education at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge he was ordained as a deacon in May 1845, and was successively appointed curate at Cheltenham, Derby and King's Lynn.

In 1848 he came to London as curate of All Souls Church, Langham Place. He was subsequently curate of St James, Westmorland Street 1849-50, Upper Chelsea 1850-55. In 1855 he became vicar of St John's, Deptford. In 1875 he was made an honorary canon of Rochester.

For for three years he was a member of the London School Board, representing Greenwich Division from 1876-79.

In 1883 he was made vicar of St Luke's, Cheltenham, but returned to London in 1888 as vicar of Holy Trinity, Kilburn.

His final ecclesiastical post was as vicar of Birling, Kent. He died there aged 75.

Some genealogical information here [1].

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