Reverend William Blackmore (12 September 1850 - 2 January 1927) was a Church of England clergyman.
Born in Bristol, he was educated at Bristol Grammar School and Christ's College, Cambridge, graduating BA in 1874 and MA in 1877. He was ordained a deacon in 1875 and as a priest in 1877. From 1874-77 he was a school master in Windsor.
He held curacies in Berkshire and Cornwall from 1877-86. In 1886 he came to London as curate of of St Mildred with St Augustine, Lee. He was appointed vicar of of St Augustine, Grove Park from 1892-1902.
In 1902 left London, becoming Vicar of St Austell, Cornwall. He retired in 1910 and returned to live in London. He died at his home in Teddington, aged 76.
Mention here 
- Blackmore, William. A Cambridge Alumni Database.
- John Peile, ed (1913). Biographical Register of Christ's College 1505-1905, Vol II: 1666-1905. p. 616. http://books.google.ie/books?id=I9s8AAAAIAAJ&lpg=PA616&ots=F7AFHhqBcp&dq=william%20blackmore%20vicar%20of%20st%20austell&pg=PA616#v=onepage&q=william%20blackmore%20vicar%20of%20st%20austell&f=false.
- "Deaths". The Times: p. 1. 6 January 1927.