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Guildford, diocese of

Guildford, diocese of

Guildford, diocese of

Guildford, diocese of

IRWIN, Ronald John Beresford (1880 - 1930), CF; Archdeacon of Dorking since 1928; Diocesan Missioner Guildford Diocese, 1927; Hon. Canon of Guildford, 1928

BAKER, John Gilbert Hindley (1910 - 1986), Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Guildford, since 1983; Hon. Canon of Guildford Cathedral, since 1984

PIKE, St John Surridge (1909 - 1992), Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Guildford, 1963–83

Banks, Norman (born 1954), Provincial Episcopal Visitor, Province of Canterbury, since 2011; an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, since 2011; Diocese of Norwich, since 2012; Diocese of Ely, since 2012; Diocese of Guildford, since 2012; Diocese of Chelmsford, since 2012; Diocese of St Albans, since 2013; Diocese of Lincoln, since 2015; Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe, since 2015

WHEELER, Dr Andrew Charles (born 1948), Mission Pastor and Director of Mission Education, St Saviour’s Church, Guildford, since 2002; World Mission Advisor, Guildford Diocese, since 2006

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

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

VIENER, Harry Dan Leigh (1868 - 1947), Licensed to officiate in the Dioceses of Chichester, Winchester, Portsmouth, and Guildford

Montmorency, William Geoffrey Bouchard de (1872 - 1936), Rector of St Paul’s, Wokingham, since 1935; Proctor in Convocation for diocese of Guildford; late Chaplain RNVR; late Lieut RNVR

SCOTT, (Walter) Sidney (1900 - 1980), Clergyman (licensed to officiate Dioceses of London and Winchester since 1946, Portsmouth since 1953 and Guildford since 1958); Author and Lecturer

 

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The see comprises most of Surrey. The massive increase in commuter population in the early 20th cent. necessitated the creation of a new bishopric which was carved out of the Winchester diocese (1927). The cathedral, designed by Sir Edward Maufe and built between 1936 and 1961, is in a simplified Gothic style.

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