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DOW, Geoffrey Graham (born 1942), Bishop of Carlisle, 2000–09; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Chester, since 2009; Diocese of Manchester, since 2011

Webster, Glyn Hamilton (born 1951), Episcopal Visitor for the Northern Province, since 2013; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Chester, since 2013; Diocese of Sheffield, since 2013; Diocese of Liverpool, since 2013; Diocese of Durham, since 2014; Diocese of Manchester, since 2014

TURNER, Geoffrey Martin (born 1934), Bishop Suffragan of Stockport, 1994–2000; an Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Chester, since 2002

PWAISIHO, William Alaha (born 1948), Rector of Gawsworth, since 1999; an Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Chester, since 1997

KNOWLES, John Geoffrey (born 1948), Warden of Readers, Diocese of Chester, since 2005; Associate Minister, Handforth, since 2013

CRICK, Douglas Henry (died 1973), Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Gloucester, 1957–67; Bishop of Chester, 1939–55

BAUGHEN, Michael Alfred (born 1930), Bishop of Chester, 1982–96; Assistant Bishop, diocese of Guildford, since 2006

BAZLEY, Colin Frederick (born 1935), Bishop of Chile, 1977–2000; an Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Chester, since 2000

KING, Humphrey Hastings (1880 - 1950), Chancellor of Dioceses of Sheffield, Chester, and Carlisle; Chairman of Legal Board of Church Assembly; one of Conveyancing Counsel of High Court

HANSON, Richard Patrick Crosland (1916 - 1988), Professor of Historical and Contemporary Theology, University of Manchester, 1973–82, then Emeritus; Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Manchester, 1973–83; Diocese of Chester, since 1983

 

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Chester was one of the seats of the Mercian bishops, though the bishopric was variously styled as Chester, Coventry, or (later) Coventry and Lichfield. In 1075 it was removed from ...

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