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diocese of Chichester


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PHIPPS, Simon Wilton (1921 - 2001), Assistant Bishop, Dioceses of Chichester and Southwark, since 1986

WILCOX, David Peter (born 1930), an Honorary Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Chichester, since 1995

MILMINE, Douglas (born 1921), an Assistant Bishop, diocese of Chichester, since 1992

KNAPP-FISHER, Edward George (1915 - 2003), Hon. Assistant Bishop, diocese of Chichester, since 1987

REEVES, (Richard) Ambrose (1899 - 1980), Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Chichester, since 1966

SCOTT, G(uthrie) Michael (1907 - 1983), Anglican priest, Diocese of Chichester, since 1950

GREEN, Mark (1917 - 2009), an Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Chichester, 1982–2006

READE, Nicholas Stewart (born 1946), Bishop of Blackburn, 2004–12; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Europe, since 2013; Diocese of Chichester, since 2014

JACQUES, Kinton (1837 - 1915), Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1902; Licensed Preacher, Diocese of Southwell and Diocese of Chichester

WHEATLEY, Peter William (born 1947), Area Bishop of Edmonton, 1999–2014; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Southwark, since 2013; Diocese of London, since 2015; Diocese of Chichester

HERBERT, Christopher William (born 1944), Bishop of St Albans, 1995–2009; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Guildford, since 2009; Diocese of Winchester, since 2010; Diocese of Chichester, 2010–14; Diocese of Salisbury, and Archbishop’s Delegate, 2011

TRISTRAM, Thomas H. (1825 - 1912), Chancellor of the Dioceses of London, Hereford, Ripon, Wakefield, and Chichester, and Commissary-General of the Diocese and City of Canterbury

KEMPE, Alfred Bray (1849 - 1922), Chancellor, Diocese of London, since 1912; also Chancellor of the Dioceses of Southwell, St Albans, Peterborough, Chichester, and Chelmsford; Bencher of Inner Temple, 1909

 

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The diocese was created by the transfer of the see from Selsey under the terms of the Council of London (1075), and is roughly conterminous with Sussex. The cathedral, built between c.1091 and 1305, is Norman in origin, but was largely rebuilt between 1191 and 1210 in a style reminiscent of Canterbury.

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