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of Chichester in 1722, but held the archdeaconry in commendam till his death, 22nd Aug. 7214.§

Samuel Lisle, S.T.P., 1st Sept. 1724[1]; made bishop of St. Asaph, but held the archdeaconry in commendam till 1748, when he was translated to Norwich.

John Head, collated 9th April 1748[2], and installed 75th April. He died 4th Dec. 1769.

William Backhouse, installed 13th Dec. 1769[3] and died 28th Sept. 1788.

John Lynch, 7th Nov. 1788[4]. He died in 1803.

Houstone Radcliffe, 19th May 1803[5], vice John Lynch.

Hugh Percy, 26th April 1822[6], vice Houstone Radcliffe, deceased.

James Croft, 18th June 1825, vice Hugh Percy, resigned[7].


This archdeaconry was founded and endowed by Order in Council, gazetted 4th June 1841[8].

William Rowe Lyall, 11th June 1841. Nominated to the deanery of Canterbury 26th Nov. 1845.

Benjamin Harrison, 6th Dec, 1845, vice Lyall, promoted to the deanery.

  1. Bishops' Certificates.
  2. Ibid.
  3. Ibid.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Ibid.
  7. Ibid.
  8. See page 1

 Proofreader note: One would presume that the year should read 1724.