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17th Dec. 1587, ætat. 64; buried in the cathedral of St. Asaph.

Thomas Banks was made dean 18th Dec. 1587[1], and died 31st July 1634.

Andrew Morris, installed 28th Aug. 1634[2]. He died before 1654.

David Lloyd, LL.D., was presented by the King 30th July, and admitted 17th Oct. 1660, and died 7th Sept. 1663[3].

Humphrey Lloyd, S.T.P., was collated 14th Dec. 1663[4], and in 1673 made bishop of Bangor.

Nicholas Stratford, S.T.P., 11th May 1674; from this dignity he was made bishop of Chester in 1689.

George Bright, S.T.P., succeeded l0th Sept. 1689[5]. Ob. 2nd July 1696.

Daniel Price, A.M., collated 26th July 1696[6]. Ob. 7th Nov. 1706.

William Stanley, S.T.P., archdeacon of London, collated 7th Dec. 1706[7], Ob. 9th Oct. 1731.

William Powell, S.T.P., 21st Oct. 1731[8], Ob. 13th April 1751.

William Herring, 1st May 1751[9].

William Davis Shipley, 27th May 1774[10]. Ob. 7th May 1826, aged 81.

Charles Scott Luxmoore was nominated on the 16th, and collated 26th June 1826[11].

This deanery is rated for first fruits at 45l. 11s. 5½d.[12]


Daniel ap-Sulgion or Sulghein; he was elected bishop of St. David's in 1076, and being forced to fly thence, took shelter at St. Asaph, and became archdeacon. Ob. 1127.

  1. Bishops' Certificates.
  2. Ibid.
  3. Reg. Juxon.
  4. <Bishops' Certificates.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Bishops' Certificates.
  8. Ibid.
  9. Ibid.
  10. Ibid.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Ecton, p. 348.
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