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Archdeacon of Wells

This is a list of the archdeacons of Wells, a position in the diocese of Bath and Wells, England.

  • 1136: Eustace[1]
  • b. 1159-1166: Robert[1]
  • 1168-1194: Thomas of Earley alias Agnellus[1]
  • 1194-1198: Simon of Wells[1] (afterwards Bishop of Chichester, 1204}
  • b. 1204–b. 1209: Hugh of Wells[1] (afterwards Bishop of Lincoln, 1209)
  • 1213-1215: William of Bardney[1]
  • c. 1238–1248: William of Bitton I[1] (afterwards Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1248)
  • C. 1249: John of Bitton[1]
  • 1248-1254: Peter Chaceporc[1]
  • c. 1263–1267: William of Bitton II[1](afterwards Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1267)
  • 1264,1267: Godfrey Giffard [1]
  • c. 1269-1270: Simon de Micham or Stephen of Chichester[1]
  • 1270-1284: Thomas of Bitton[1]
  • 1286-1295: Walter de Haselshawe[1]
  • 1295-1303: Peter de Insula [1]
  • ?-1326: Thomas de Charlton[2]
  • 1326: Wibert de Lutleton[2]
  • 1326-?: Robert de Wamberg[2]
  • 1329-1332: Simon de Montacute[2]
  • 1330-?: Thomas Upton[2]
  • 1334, 1336: Robert Mortimer[2]
  • 1344: Hugh[2]
  • 1347-1352: Thomas Fastolf[2] (afterwards Bishop of St David's, 1352}
  • 1353-1361: William de Court[2]
  • 1361-1369: Stephen Aubert[2]
  • 1369-1376: Simon Langham[2]
  • 1385-?: Andrew Baret[2]
  • 1386-?: John de Rypon[2]
  • 1388-?: John Beer[2]
  • 1391: Thomas Tuttebury[2] (afterwards Dean of Wells, 1401)
  • 1391-1398: Nicholas Slake[2]
  • 1398-1419: John Ikelyngton[2]
  • 1419-1449: Thomas Bubwith[2]
  • 1450-1470: Andrew Holes[2]
  • ?-1473: Thomas Bridlington[2]
  • 1473-1494: William Nykke[2]
  • 1494–1500: Richard Nix[2] (afterwards Bishop of Norwich, 1501)
  • 1500–1502: Francis de Basleiden (Archbishop of Byzantium)[2]
  • 1502–1507: Thomas Beaumont ([2]
  • 1508–1546: Polydore Vergil[3]
  • ?–1572: John Cottrell[3]
  • 1572–1582: John Rugge[3]
  • 1582–?: Bartholomew Clark[3]
  • 1589–?: John Langworth[3]
  • 1611–?: Gerard Wood[3]
  • 1645: William Watts, never took possession[3]
  • 1660–1680: Grindal Sheafe[3]
  • 1680–1683: Charles Thirlby[3]
  • 1683–1705: Edwin Sandys[3]
  • 1705–1716: Samuel Hill[3]
  • 1716–1726: Henry Layng[3]
  • 1726–1739: Edmund Archer[3]
  • 1739–1742: John Wicksted[3]
  • 1742–1749: George Shakerley[3]
  • 1749–1757: Edmund Aubery[3]
  • 1758–1760: Lionel Seaman[3]
  • 1760–1767: Francis Potter[3]
  • 1767–1815: William Willes[3]
  • 1815–1826: Charles Sandiford[3]
  • 1826–1862: Henry Law[3] (afterwards Dean of Gloucester, 1862)
  • 1862-?: Fitzharding Berkeley Portman (died 1893)
  • 1863–1897: Augustus Otway Fitzgerald
  • 1897–1899: Edward Arthur Salmon[4]
  • 1899–1917: Frederick Augustus Brymer [5]
  • 1917-1934: Walter Farrar [6] [7]
  • 1934-?: George Arthur Hollis
  • <1940–1947: Walter Norman Higgins
  • c.1971: John Du Boulay Lance
  • 1972–1982: Peter Haynes (afterwards Dean of Hereford, 1982)
  • ?–1993: Edward Thomas
  • 1993–?2003: Richard F. Acworth
  • 2003–2006: Peter Maurice (afterwards Bishop of Taunton, 1501)
  • April 2007–present: Nicola Sullivan[8]

References

  • British History — Archdeacons of Wells (Greenway)
  • British History — Archdeacons of Wells (Jones)
  • British History — Archdeacons of Wells (Horn & Bailey)

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Greenway, Diana E. "Archdeacons: Wells', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 7: Bath and Wells (2001), pp. 31-35.". British History Online. Retrieved 25 August 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Jones, B. "Archdeacons: Wells', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 8: Bath and Wells diocese (1964), pp. 12-14.". British History Online. Retrieved 25 August 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Horn, Joyce M. "Archdeacons: Wells', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 5: Bath and Wells diocese (1979), pp. 9-11.". British History Online. Retrieved 25 August 2011. 
  4. ^ Western Daily Press. 21 September 1899. 
  5. ^ Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. 12 May 1917. 
  6. ^ Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. 26 May 1917. 
  7. ^ Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette. 2 February 1935. 
  8. ^ http://www.bathandwells.org.uk/diocese/archdeacons/
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