Archdeacons
Stafford

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Joyce M. Horn

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'Archdeacons : Stafford', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 10: Coventry and Lichfield diocese (2003), pp. 14-16. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34738 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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ARCHDEACONS OF STAFFORD

John Redman D.D. 1540-1547.

Pres. by king 22 Sept. 1540 (L. & P. XVI no. 305 (4)). Instit. 13 Nov. (B/A/1/ 14 iii f. 22v). Res. by 5 Aug. 1547, possibly on exch. with John Dakyn for archdcnry of Taunton (B/A/1/14 iv f. 47v; Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857, ed. J.M. Horn and others, V (London, 1979) 16).

John Dakyn D.C.L. 1547.

Richard Walker B.A. 1547-1567.

Dakyn compounded for first-fruits 30 July 1547 (P.R.O., E 334/3 f. 126v), possibly on exch. with John Redman. But Walker pres. by Edward Littleton, esquire, Richard Germyn, gentleman, and Richard Marshall, citizen of London, patrons hac vice by virtue of gr. of next pres. made by Bp. Richard [Sampson]; instit. 5 Aug. (B/A/1/14 iv f. 47v); compounded for first-fruits 6 Aug. (P.R.O., E 334/3 f. 127v). D. 4 × 17 Sept. 1567 (P.R.O., PROB 11/49, PCC 33 Stonarde; ibid., E 331 COV .../3, as archdcn. of Derby), though may have res. by 12 May (cf. Thomas Bickley, below).

Thomas Bickley B.D. 1567-1586.

Coll. 12 May 1567 (P.R.O., E 331 COV .../3). Bp. of Chichester 1586.

Humphrey Tyndall D.D. 1586-?

Pres. by queen 1 Feb. 1586, at instance of the bps of London and Salisbury (P.R.O., C 66/1275; ibid., SO 3/1 f. 45). Instit. 21 Feb. (ibid., E 331 COV .../6). D. 12 Oct. 1614 (m.i., Ely cath.) (Survey of Cath. I 408), but apparently res. earlier (cf. John Fulnetby, below).

John Fulnetby B.D. 1613-1636.

Subscribed to Articles 17 Nov. 1613 (York, Borthwick Inst., Sub. Bk. 2 f. 21). Compounded for first-fruits 19 May 1614 (P.R.O., E 334/15 f. 12). D. by 4 Sept. 1636 (burial, Handsworth, Staffs.) (Birmingham City Archives, PR Handsworth, ex inf. Archives staff).

Martin Tinley B.A. 1636-?

Bp. Robert [Wright] gr. next pres. 29 Nov. 1632 to Abp. George [Abbot] as his option (Lamb., Reg. Abbot III f. 62r-v). Tinley pres. by Sir Maurice Abbot, executor of the abp.; instit. 27 Dec. 1636 (P.R.O., E 331 COV .../16). D. at latest by 5 Nov. 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2917, 2919). (fn. 1)

Francis Coke M.A. 1660-1682.

Pres. by king 5 Nov. 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2917, 2919). Instal. 6 Dec. (D30/2/1/7 f. 8r-v). D. 4 May 1682 (ibid. f. 66v).

Nathaniel Ellison M.A. 1682-1721.

Coll. 14 July 1682 (P.R.O., E 331 COV .../22). D. 4 May 1721 (J. Brand, Hist. and Ant. of ... Newcastle upon Tyne (London, 1789) I 309).

Thomas Allen M.A. 1721-1732.

Coll. 3 May 1721 (P.R.O., E 331 COV .../30). D. by 31 May 1732 (burial, Stokeupon-Trent, Staffs.) (Lichfield R.O., PR Stoke-upon-Trent).

James Brooks M.A. 1732-1763.

Coll. 30 June 1732 (P.R.O., E 331 COV .../32). D. by 3 Feb. 1763 (B/A/1/21 p. 102).

Edmund Law D.D. 1763-1769.

Coll. 3 Feb. 1763 (B/A/1/21 p. 102). Bp. of Carlisle 1769.

John Carver 1769-1782.

Pres. by king pubd. 4 March 1769 (Lond. Gaz. no. 10918). Instit. 15 March (B/A/1/22 p. 3). Res. 8 May 1782 (B/A/1/24 p. 91), on becoming archdcn. of Surrey.

William Brereton M.A. 1782-1801.

Coll. 23 May 1782 (B/A/1/24 p. 92). Res. 24 Apr. 1801 (B/A/1/27 p. 94).

Robert Nares M.A. 1801-1829.

Coll. 28 Apr. 1801 (B/A/1/27 p. 94). D. 23 March 1829 (Gent. Mag. 1829, xcix (1) 370; B/A/1/29 p. 163).

George Hodson M.A. 1829-1855.

Coll. 9 May 1829 (B/A/1/29 p. 163). D. 13 Aug. 1855 (Gent. Mag. 1855, new ser. xliv 551; B/A/1/32 p. 86).

Henry Moore M.A. 1855-1876.

Coll. [blank] Dec. 1855 (B/A/1/32 p. 86). D. 18 July 1876 (The Times, 20 July).

Footnotes

1. Le Neve, following J. Walker, Suffering of the Clergy (London, 1714), gives - Brown, with no year, followed by John Riland, said to have been adm. 9 Dec. 1660. Survey of Cath. gives neither of these, but Le Neve-Hardy repeats the details concerning John Riland. A. G. Matthews, Walker Revised (Oxford, 1948) pp. 4, 322, 365 discounts the suggestion that any other than Tinley held it before 1660.