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Arches Court of Canterbury


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Arches Court of Canterbury

Arches Court of Canterbury

Arches Court of Canterbury

CAMERON, Sheila Morag Clark (born 1934), QC 1983; Dean, Arches Court of Canterbury and Auditor, Chancery Court of York, 2001–09

GEORGE, Charles Richard (born 1945), QC 1992; a Recorder, since 1997; Dean, Arches Court of Canterbury and Auditor, Chancery Court of York, since 2009; a Deputy High Court Judge, since 2010

OWEN, John (Arthur Dalziel) (1925 - 2010), a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, 1986–2000; Dean, Arches Court of Canterbury and Auditor, Chancery Court of York, and Master of the Faculty Office, 1980–2000

ELPHINSTONE, Kenneth John Tristram (1911 - 1980), QC 1979; Vicar-General of Province of York, since 1972; Dean of the Arches Court of Canterbury and Auditor of the Chancery Court of York, since 1977; Member of York Convocation and General Synod, since 1973

WILBRAHAM, Philip Wilbraham Baker (1875 - 1957), First Church Estates Commissioner, 1939–54; Vicar-General of the Province of Canterbury, 1934–55; formerly: Dean of the Arches; Auditor of the Chancery Court of York; Master of the Faculties

WIGGLESWORTH, Walter Somerville (1906 - 1972), QC 1971; Vicar-General of Province of York since 1944; Dean of the Arches Court of Canterbury, Auditor of the Chancery Court of York, and Master of the Faculties, since 1971; Member of General Synod of Church of England and its Legal Advisory Commission

WILLINK, Henry Urmston (1894 - 1973), Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1948–66, Hon. Fellow since 1966; Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, 1953–55; Dean of the Arches, Master of the Faculties, Vicar-General of the Province of Canterbury and Auditor of the Chancery Court of York, 1955–70

 

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The Court of the province of Canterbury which formerly met in Bow Church (‘S. Maria de Arcubus’). It now has no original jurisdiction but hears appeals from the diocesan Consistory Courts within the province in cases not involving doctrine, ritual, or ceremonial.

Subjects: Christianity.


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