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St Hugh (c. 1140—1200) bishop of Lincoln

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HICKS, Walter (1868 - 1937), Prebendary, Lincoln Cathedral

JOHNSTON, John Octavius (1852 - 1923), Cathedral Chancellor, Lincoln

ELLIOTT, John Robert Underwood (1843 - 1936), Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral

SINKER, Michael Roy (1908 - 1994), Canon Emeritus of Lincoln Cathedral, 1969

HODGKINSON, George Langton (1837 - 1915), Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral from 1876

OLDFIELD, Charles (died 1908), Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral from 1899

HUTTON, Henry Wollaston (1835 - 1916), Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral since 1877

WANSTALL, Walter (1847 - 1918), Non-Residentiary Canon of Lincoln since 1899; Prebendary of Aylesbury in Lincoln Cathedral; Vicar of All Saints, Lincoln, since 1904

STUART, Herbert James (born 1926), Canon Emeritus of Lincoln Cathedral, since 1983 (Canon, 1980–83)

RAGG, Lonsdale (1866 - 1945), Prebendary of Buckden in Lincoln Cathedral; Archdeacon of Gibraltar since 1934

CROWFOOT, John Henchman (1841 - 1926), Prebendary of Milton Manor, Lincoln Cathedral, 1913

TEBBUTT, Henry Jemson (died 1915), Canon of Southwell Cathedral; formerly Canon of Lincoln Minster

COLE, Robert Eden George (died 1921), Canon and Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral

BOULTER, Walter Easton (1874 - 1936), Prebendary of Aylesbury in Lincoln Cathedral since 1919

BRAMELD, William Arthur (died 1922), Prebendary of North Kelsey in Lincoln Cathedral since 1888

DUNLOP, David Colin (1897 - 1968), retd as Dean of Lincoln and Canon and Prebendary of Aylesbury in Lincoln Cathedral (1949–64)

GREAVES, Arthur Ivan (1873 - 1959), Assistant Bishop of Lincoln since 1958; Canon and Prebendary Lincoln Cathedral, since 1959

FOSTER, Charles Wilmer (1866 - 1935), Vicar of Timberland, Lincoln, since 1902; Canon and Prebendary of Leicester St Margaret in Lincoln Cathedral

 

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After an earthquake in 1185, St Hugh began construction of a new cathedral whose spectacular site and innovative design would make it one of England’s greatest. Hugh’s choir was torn ...

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