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Wikipedia Biographical Summary Thomas Musgrave (1788–1860) was archbishop of York from 1847 to 1860. Life He was the son of W. Peet Musgrave, a wealthy tailor and woollen-draper of Cambrid...

11/8/2013 11/8/2016

Wikipedia contributors. " William Magee (archbishop of York) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

6/24/2015 11/8/2016

Richard le Scrope (c. 1350 – 8 June 1405) was Bishop of Lichfield then Archbishop of York. Scrope was a younger son of Henry Scrope, 1st Baron Scrope of Masham. Scrope earned a Doctorate...

7/4/2008 10/26/2016

Lancelot Blackburne (sometimes Blackburn or Blackborne or Blackbourn[e]), (10 December 1658 – 23 March 1743) was an English clergyman, who became Archbishop of York, and – in popular be...

1/8/2014 10/13/2016

) John Sharp (16 February 1644/5 – 2 February 1714), English divine, Archbishop of York, was born at Bradford, and educated at Christ's College, Cambridge. Biography Sharp was ordained dea...

6/27/2013 10/13/2016

) William Thomson (11 February 1819 - 25 December 1890) was an English church leader, Archbishop of York from 1862 until his death. "The Archbishop of Society" As depicted by "Ape" (Carlo Pellegr...

5/10/2010 10/13/2016

William Dalrymple Maclagan, Archbishop of Canterbury (1826 - 1910)

"Archbishop of York"

Wikipedia Biographical Summary William Dalrymple Maclagan PC (18 June 1826, Edinburgh–19 September 1910, London) was Archbishop of York from 1891 to 1908, when he resigned his office, and was ...

2/18/2009 10/12/2016

From Wikipedia (April 2014): Thomas Young (bishop)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Thomas Young Archbishop of York Installed 1561 Term ended 1568 Predecessor Nicholas...

4/6/2014 10/12/2016

From Wikipedia, November 2014: Sir William Dawes, 3rd Baronet (12 September 1671–30 April 1724) was an Anglican prelate. He served as Bishop of Chester from 1708 to 1714 and then as Archbishop...

7/31/2013 10/12/2016

Wikipedia contributors. " John Gilbert (archbishop of York) ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

2/23/2011 10/12/2016

John Williams, Archbishop of York (1582 - 1650)

"Archbishop of York"

Ref.: John Williams (22 March 1582 – 25 March 1650) was a Welsh clergyman and political advisor to King James I. He served as Bishop of Lincoln 1621–1641, Keeper of the Great Seal also ...

4/21/2015 10/12/2016

From Wikipedia, October 2014: John Dolben (1625–1686) was an English priest and Church of England bishop and archbishop. Contents [show] 1 Life 1.1 Early life1.2 Bishop1.3 Death and family2 ...

10/15/2014 10/12/2016

8/30/2011 10/12/2016

Appears to have had no children, since his nephew, Sir Griffith Williams, inherited. WILLIAMS, JOHN (1582–1650), archbishop of York, came of an ancient Welsh family, the elder branch of which ...

9/7/2007 10/12/2016

S. of Richard, of Gt Lee, Kent. B. c 1482 . B.A. (Oxford); M.A. (Cambridge) 1503/4 ; B.D. 1515 ; D.D. (abroad). Incorp. at Oxford. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. R. of Wells, Norfolk, 1503 . Pre...

4/14/2015 10/12/2016

Thomas Lamplugh (1615 – 5 May 1691) was an English churchman who became Archbishop of York Life He was the son of Christopher Lamplugh of Thwing, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and his ...

5/6/2015 2/7/2016

12/16/2008 1/19/2015

John Tucker Mugabi Sentamu (/ˈsɛntəmuː/;[6] Luganda: [sːéːntámû]; born 10 June 1949) is the 97th Archbishop of York, Metropolitan o...

3/16/2012 1/14/2015

Dr Garbett was an Anglican bishop. He was the Archbishop of York from 1942 to 1955. Cyril Forster Garbett GCVO PC (6 February 1875 – 31 December 1955) was an Anglican bishop. He was the Arch...

11/9/2012 11/9/2012

Senior Church of England cleric. Served as Archbishop of York, 1975-1983. Stuart Yarworth Blanch, Baron Blanch, PC (2 February 1918 – 3 June 1994) was an Anglican priest, bishop and archbish...

11/9/2012 11/9/2012

Archbishop of York, 1983-1995.

11/9/2012 11/9/2012

" Markham family ", Westminster Abbey

12/16/2008 7/27/2012

Paulinus (died 10 October 644) was a Roman missionary and the first Bishop of York. A member of the Gregorian mission sent in 601 by Pope Gregory I to Christianize the Anglo-Saxons from their native An...

8/31/2011 3/7/2012

Chad, Bishop of York MP (b. - 672)

8/31/2011 3/7/2012

William Cosmo Gordon Lang, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth GCVO PC (known as Cosmo; 31 October 1864 – 5 December 1945) was an Anglican prelate who served as Archbishop of York (1908–1928) and...

11/27/2011 3/7/2012

Bishop of Rochester & London, Archbishop of York. Savage's last post was as Archbishop of York from 1501 to 1507. He was translated from the see of London on 18 January 1501. While Archbishop he was ...

11/13/2008 3/7/2012

George Neville (bishop) George Neville (c. 1432 – 8 June 1476), archbishop of York and Chancellor of England, was the youngest son of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury, and Alice Neville,...

5/16/2008 3/7/2012

Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York MP (c.1519 - 1588)

""Most Reverend" Edwin Sandys"

Origin of The Sandys Family at Wickhamford. This overview includes photos of Archbishop Edwin Sandys and his two wives plus details about some of his children. There is an important page from his famil...

2/16/2008 3/7/2012

William Booth and his brother Laurence Booth both became an Archbishop of York. From his English Wikipedia page: William Booth or Bothe (died 12 September 1464) was Bishop of Lichfield, from 1447 b...

7/10/2008 3/7/2012

Geoffrey, Archbishop of York MP (1152 - 1212)

Geoffrey, Archbishop of York From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Geoffrey, Archbishop of York (c. 1152 – 12 December 1212) was an illegitimate son of Henry II, King of England who became...

5/2/2008 3/7/2012

Tobias Matthew, Archbishop of York MP (1546 - 1628)

"mathews"

Links Tobias Matthew (also Tobie Mathew and Toby Mathew) (1546 – 29 March 1628) was an English Archbishop of York. Life He was the son of Sir John Matthew of Ross in Herefordshire, E...

1/19/2008 3/7/2012

Walter de Gray (died 1 May 1255) was an English prelate and statesman who rose to be Archbishop of York and Lord Chancellor. Gray was the son of John de Gray the Elder of Eaton in Norfolk and nephe...

12/22/2008 3/7/2012

Walter de Grey According to the National Trust referring to Greys court: In the early 13th century the estate belonged to Walter de Grey, Archbishop of York. But it was his nephew, the 1st Baron ...

5/8/2008 3/7/2012

Stigand (died 1072) was an English churchman in pre-Norman Conquest England. Stigand acted as an advisor to several members of the Anglo-Saxon and Norman English royal dynasties, serving six successive...

8/31/2011 3/7/2012

8/31/2011 3/7/2012

Randall Thomas Davidson, 1st Baron Davidson of Lambeth GCVO PC (7 April 1848 – 25 May 1930) was an Anglican bishop of Scottish origin who served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 1903 to 1928.

1/11/2012 3/7/2012

Matthew Hutton (1529–1606) was archbishop of York from 1595 to 1606 He was suspected of leaning to the Puritans, and this led to a dispute with Archbishop Sandys, who in 1586 preferred a charg...

7/11/2008 3/7/2012

Wikipedia contributors. " Edward Venables-Vernon-Harcourt ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Burke, Bernard, Sir. A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ire...

12/22/2008 3/7/2012

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8/31/2011 3/7/2012

Alexander Neville Alexander Neville (c. 1340–1392) was a late medieval prelate who served as Archbishop of York from 1374 to 1388. Born in about 1340, Alexander Neville was a younger son of ...

7/4/2008 3/7/2012