Archdeacons
Richmond

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Joyce M. Horn, David M. Smith, Patrick Mussett

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2004

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'Archdeacons: Richmond', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 11: Carlisle, Chester, Durham, Manchester, Ripon, and Sodor and Man dioceses (2004), pp. 47-49. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35847 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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ARCHDEACONS OF RICHMOND

[William Knight D.C.L. 1529–1541.

Instal. 7 Dec. 1529 as archdcn. of Richmond in York dioc. (York Minster Archives, H3/1 (Chapter Acts 1504–43) f. 156). Surrendered archdenry to king 1541; made bp. of Bath and Wells. Archdcnry annexed to the new dioc. of Chester (L. & P. XVI no. 1135(6)).]

John Birde 1541–? Bp. of Chester.

Royal gr. 5 Aug. 1541 of archdcnry, to hold with the bpc. of Chester (L. & P. XVI no. 1135(6)).

John Horleston 1559–?

John Hanson ?–1559.

Horleston coll. by Bp. John [Birde] (i.e. before 1554), but Hanson gained possession and occ. as archdcn. 6 Feb. 1559 and 10 Feb. (EDD. 3913/3/1 f. 46v; EDD. 3913/1/1 p. 318). Horleston's claim against Hanson heard by royal visitors 18 Oct.; Hanson depriv. and Horleston confirmed in office (Royal Visitation of 1559 p. 54; Sanders, De Visibili Monarchia p. 688).

Christopher Goodman B.D. 1574–1603.

Instit. 17 March 1574 (P.R.O., E 331 CHESTER/1). D. by 6 June 1603 (burial, Chester, St. Bridget) (Cheshire Sheaf, 3rd ser., xvi (1919) 11, citing the lost PR Chester, St. Bridget; EDA. 1/4 f. 36).

Thomas Mallory M.A. 1603–1607.

Coll. 6 Nov. 1603 (EDA. 1/4 f. 36). Dean of Chester 1607.

Thomas Dodd M.A. 1607–1648.

Coll. 21 Dec. 1607 (EDA. 1/4 f. 44v). D. 10 March 1648 (m.i., Malpas, Ches.) (Survey of Cath. I 344).

Henry Bridgeman M.A. 1648–1664.

Coll. 20 May 1648 (EDD. 3913/3/2 p. 1). Dean of Chester 1660, but continued to hold archdcnry; occ. as both dean and archdcn. 14 May 1661 (BI, Conv. Bk. 2 p. 89). Res. archdcnry by 10 June 1664 (EDD. 3913/3/2 pp. 51, 53).

Charles Bridgeman M.A. 1664–1678.

Coll. 10 June 1664 (EDA. 1/4 f. 143). Instal. 9 Aug. (EDD. 3913/3/2 pp. 51, 53). D. 26 Nov. 1678 (m.i., Oxford, Queen's College chap.) (Survey of Cath. I 344).

Henry Dove D.D. 1678–1695.

Coll. 3 Dec. 1678; instal. 14 Dec. (P.R.O., E 331 CHESTER/10; EDA. 1/4 f. 151). D. 11 March 1695 (Wood's Life and Times III 481).

Thomas Lamplugh M.A. 1695–1703.

Coll. 2 Apr. 1695 (P.R.O., E 331 CHESTER/14). D. by 5 Aug. 1703 (burial, London, St. Andrew Undershaft) (Corporation of London R.O., PR St. Andrew Undershaft).

William Stratford B.D. 1703–1729.

Coll. 10 Sept. 1703 (P.R.O., E 331 CHESTER/15). D. 7 May 1729 (Hist. Reg. Chron. 1729, xiv 31).

Samuel Peploe B.C.L. 1729–1781.

Coll. 4 June 1729 (P.R.O., E 331 CHESTER/20). D. 22 Oct. 1781 (m.i., Chester cath.) (Reg. of Wadham College, Oxford, ed. R.B. Gardiner (London, 1889–95) II 15); buried 30 Oct. (Reg. Chester Cath. p. 35).

Thomas Townson D.D. 1781–1792.

Coll. 30 Oct. 1781 (EDA. 1/8 f. 68). D. 15 Apr. 1792 (m.i., Malpas) (Ormerod, Hist. Ches. II 617; Gent. Mag. 1792, lxii (1) 479).

Thomas Breithweite M.A. 1792–1797.

Coll. 9 May 1792 (EDA. 1/9 f. 15). Archdcn. of Chester 1797; res. accepted 11 March (EDA. 1/9 f. 62v).

George Buckley Bower M.A. 1797–1801.

Coll. 25 Apr. 1797 (EDA. 1/9 f. 64). D. by 10 Jan. 1801 (ibid. f. 105; cf. Gent Mag. 1801, lxxi (1)89).

John Owen B.A. 1801–1824.

Commission to instit. 10 Jan. 1801 (EDA. 1/9 f. 105; EDA. 2/2/3). Coll. 14 Jan. (EDA. 1/9 f. 105). D. 4 June 1824 (Gent. Mag. 1824, xciv (2) 188).

Henry Law M.A. 1824–1826.

Pres. by king seda vacante; bp's commission to instit. 14 Aug. 1824; instit. 5 Oct. (EDA. 1/10 ff. 205v, 208v). Res. by 30 Dec. 1826 (EDA 1/11 p. 52), on becoming archdcn. of Wells.

John Headlam M.A. 1826–1854.

Coll. 30 Dec. 1826 (EDA. 1/11 p. 52). Archdenry transferred to new dioc. of Ripon 5 Oct. 1836 (Lond. Gaz. nos. 19426–7, 19429). D. 4 May 1854 (Gent. Mag. 1854, new ser. xli 664).