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Bishop of Whitby

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The Bishop of Whitby is an episcopal title used by a suffragan bishop of the Church of England Diocese of York, in the Province of York, England.[1]

The title takes its name after the town of Whitby in North Yorkshire. Today, the Bishop of Whitby oversees the Archdeaconry of Cleveland, and has alternative episcopal oversight in the Diocese of York as a whole for those parishes which do not in conscience accept the ordination of women as priests and bishops.

On 19 October 2012 it was announced that Philip North was to become the next bishop.[2] However, it was announced on 16 December 2012 that North had withdrawn his acceptance of the post.[3]

List of bishops

Bishops of Whitby
From Until Incumbent Notes
1923 1939 Henry Woollcombe (1869–1941). Translated to Selby.
1939 1947 Harold Hubbard (1883–1953). Retired.
1947 1954 Walter Baddeley (1894–1960). Translated to Blackburn.
1954 1961 Philip Wheeldon (1913–1992). Translated to Kimberley and Kuruman.
1961 1972 George Snow (1907–1991). Retired.
1972 1975 John Yates (1925–2008). Translated to Gloucester.
1976 1983 Clifford Barker (b. 1926). Translated to Selby
1983 1999 Gordon Bates (b. 1934). Retired.
1999 2008 Robert Ladds SSC (b. 1941). Retired.
2010 2012 Martin Warner SSC (b. 1958). Translated to Chichester in 2012.
Source(s):[1][4]

References

External links

  • Crockford's Clerical Directory - Listings


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