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'''Philip Napier Waggett''' {{post-nominals|post-noms=[[SSJE]]}} (27 February 1862 – 4 July 1939) was a British [[Anglican]] priest, scholar, and military chaplain.
Drawn to [[Anglo-Catholicism]] while studying [[natural science]] at Oxford University, he took a second degree in theology and was ordained in the [[Church of England]] in 1885. After parish ministry, he joined the [[Society of St John the Evangelist]] in 1892.<ref name="Missionary Life">{{cite book |last1=Rutt |first1=Steven Richard |title=Roland Allen: A Missionary Life |date=2018 |publisher=The Lutterworth Press |chapter=1. Formation of an Anglican Missionary|access-date=26 November 2020 |archive-url= |archive-date=26 November 2020 |format=pfd}}</ref> He served with the [[religious order]] in Oxford, Cape Town, London and Cambridge. He served in the [[British Army]] as a chaplain throughout the [[First World War]], and was tasked as a [[Political officer (British Empire)|political officer]] with the [[Egyptian Expeditionary Force]] in Palestine from 1918 to 1920. Returning to civilian life, he was a missionary in India and a lecturer at the [[General Theological Seminary]] in New York, before serving as Vicar of [[St Mary the Great, Cambridge]] from 1927 to 1930. He lived out his retirement with the Cowley Fathers and is buried in the churchyard of Cowley St John, Oxford.<ref name="ODNB">{{Cite ODNB |first1=Sidney |last1=Dark |first2=Alan |last2=Wilkinson |title=Waggett, Philip Napier (1862–1939) |id=36676 }}</ref><ref name="WWW">{{cite web |title=Waggett, Rev. Philip Napier |website=[[Who Was Who]] |publisher=Oxford University Press |accessdate=12 November 2020 |url= |doi=10.1093/ww/9780199540884.013.U218618 |date=1 December 2007}}</ref><ref name="obit T">{{cite news |title=Obituary: The Rev P. N. Waggett |work=The Times |issue=48350 |date=6 July 1939}}</ref>
==Military service==