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Alphabetical List of the Clergy for England and Wales, Houses of Convocation, Alphabetical List of the Clergy in Ireland, List of the Clergy of the Episcopal Church in Scotland, Lists of the Clergy of Colonial Dioceses, Army and navy Chaplains, Foreign Chaplaincies, Chaplains of Prisons, Public Schools, H.M. Inspectors of Schools, Alphabetical List of Benefices with Post Towns, Cathedral Establishments and Collegiate Chapters, Ecclesiastical Preferments in the Patronage of the Crown, the Bishops, Deans and Chapters, Archdeacons, Universities, Colleges and private Individuals; Benefices Arranged under their Ecclesiastical divisions.


Later Lists include House of Laymen, Preferments and Appointments, Obituaries for List of Abbreviations in the 1913 List see Page 29


The Alphabetical List of the Clergy provides detailed biographical information and includes the Name and first names, educational establishment and awards, appointments, the diocese, dates and role.


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