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Brownlow North

This article is about the bishop. For the evangelist, see Brownlow North (evangelist).

Brownlow North (1741–1820) was a bishop of the Church of England.

Life

He was a half-brother to Frederick North, Lord North, both being sons of Francis North, 1st Earl of Guilford.[1][2]

He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Oxford, graduating B.A. in 1762. He became a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford in 1763.[3]

He was a canon of the 4th prebend of Christ Church, Oxford (1768–1770) and Dean of Canterbury (1770–1771).[4]

He became Bishop of Lichfield in 1771, Bishop of Worcester in 1774, and Bishop of Winchester in 1781.[3]

Francis North, 6th Earl of Guilford was his son.[5] The 19th century evangelist, also named Brownlow North[6] was his grandson.

References

Church of England titles
Preceded by
John Potter
Dean of Canterbury
1770–1771
Succeeded by
John Moore
Preceded by
John Egerton
Bishop of Lichfield
1771–1774
Succeeded by
Richard Hurd
Preceded by
James Johnson
Bishop of Worcester
1774–1781
Preceded by
John Thomas
Bishop of Winchester
1781–1820
Succeeded by
George Pretyman Tomline

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