William of Chester

(fl. c. 1091—1103) Benedictine monk and supposed poet

'William of Chester' can also refer to...

COX, William Lang Paige (1855 - 1934), Archdeacon of Chester since 1914; Residentiary Canon Chester since 1917

Chester, Sir William (c. 1509-1595?), mayor of London

Downham, William (1510/1511-1577), bishop of Chester

Jacobson, William (1803-1884), bishop of Chester and theologian

REID, William Cawley (died 1933), Hon. Canon of Chester, 1917

SPURLING, Frederick William (1844 - 1914), Canon Residentiary of Chester, 1907

TORR, William Edward (1851 - 1924), Vicar of Eastham, 1880–1917; Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral

Chester, William of (fl. 1093x1109), Benedictine monk and supposed poet

ADDLESHAW, George William Outram (1906 - 1982), Dean of Chester, 1963–77

STILL, William Chester (1878 - 1928), Managing Director of W. M. Still & Sons, Ltd, since 1914

COGSWELL, William H. L. (1845 - 1917), Rector of Wallasey since 1896; Rural Dean of Wallasey since 1906; Canon Residentiary of Chester since 1914

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

BROMLEY-DAVENPORT, William (1862 - 1949), JP, DL; Lord Lieutenant of the County of Chester since 1920

BINNEY, William Hibbert (1857 - 1916), Hon. Canon of Chester, 1907–13; Residentiary Canon since 1913; Vicar of Northwich, Cheshire, 1886–1913; Rural Dean

CHURTON, William Arthur Vere (1876 - 1949), Solicitor since 1901; Member of Firm W. H. Churton & Son, solicitors, Chester

Letter from the Lords of the Coucil to Ferdinando Stanley Lord Strange, William Chaderton Lord Bishop of Chester, and All the Other Justices of Lancashire and Cheshire

CAYZER, Charles (William) (1896 - 1940), late Lieut 19th Hussars; MP (C) City of Chester since Nov. 1922; Member of Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

TUDOR PRICE, David (William) (1931 - 1986), Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, since 1984; a Presiding Judge, Wales and Chester Circuit, since 1985

William Chester Jordan. A Tale of Two Monasteries: Westminster and Saint-Denis in the Thirteenth Century. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2009. Pp. xviii, 245. $35.00

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