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9 Diocese of Gloucester 1563

21 Diocese of Gloucester 1603

BARTLETT, Charles Oldfeld (1858 - 1937), Public Preacher Diocese of Gloucester; Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral

Bishop Benson's Survey of the Diocese of Gloucester, 1735–1750, John Fendley

WALL, Eric St Quintin (1915 - 2011), Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Gloucester, since 2002

MEREDITH, Lewis Evan (1900 - 1968), an Asst Bishop, Diocese of Gloucester, 1965–66

BOWLES, Cyril William Johnston (1916 - 1999), Hon. Assistant Bishop, diocese of Gloucester, since 1987

Notes on the Diocese of Gloucester by Chancellor Richard Parsons, c.1700

HARRIS, Patrick Burnet (born 1934), Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Europe, since 1999; Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Gloucester, since 2005

JENNINGS, David Willfred Michael (born 1944), Bishop Suffragan of Warrington, 2000–09; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Gloucester, since 2010; Diocese of Oxford, since 2013

EVENS, Robert John Scott (born 1947), Bishop Suffragan of Crediton, 2004–12; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Gloucester, since 2013; Diocese of Bristol, since 2013

BOND, (Charles) Derek (born 1927), appointed Bishop Suffragan of Bradwell, 1976, Area Bishop, 1984–92; Hon. Assistant Bishop: Dioceses of Gloucester and Worcester, 1992–2006; Diocese of Chelmsford, since 2006

ELLICOTT, Arthur Becher (1849 - 1931), Judge of County Courts Circuit, Gloucestershire, 1892–1920; Chancellor of Dioceses of Gloucester and Bristol, 1891–1919

ROXBY, Edmund Lally (1844 - 1912), Rector of St Peter’s, Tiverton, from 1907; Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral; Surrogate, Diocese of Exeter

 

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The see, conterminous with Gloucestershire, was founded in 1541 by Henry VIII from part of the Worcester diocese. The Norman cathedral, previously St Peter's Benedictine abbey church, was partly transformed in Perpendicular style, reputedly the earliest example, by the inflow of money from pilgrims to the shrine of Edward II. The 14th‐cent. fan‐vaulted cloisters are among the finest in England.

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