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Thomas Proctor

(fl. c. 1568—1594) poet


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Thomas Proctor (1753—1794) history painter and sculptor

PROCTOR, William Thomas (1896 - 1967)

PROCTOR, Thomas (1753 - 1794), Sculptor, painter

Proctor, Thomas (fl. 1578-1584), poet

Proctor, Thomas (1753-1794), history painter and sculptor

BINDLEY, Thomas Herbert (1861 - 1931), Rector of Denton, Norfolk, since 1916; Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral, since 1919 Proctor in Convocation, 1921–23

TAYLOR, Thomas (1858 - 1938), Vicar of St Just in Penwith since 1900; Hon. Canon of Truro, 1917; Proctor in Convocation, 1919

MAY, Thomas Henry (1851 - 1932), Rector of Heswall, 1889–1921; Rural Dean of Wirral, 1897–1917; Hon. Canon of Chester, 1914; Proctor in Convocation for Clergy of Archdeaconry of Chester, 1916; Librarian Chester Cathedral, 1922–29

JONES, Thomas Jesse (died 1930), Canon Residentiary, Llandaff, since 1913; Rector of Gellygaer since 1890; Rural Dean of Caerphilly, 1902–24; Proctor in Convocation for the Clergy of Llandaff; Precentor of Llandaff Cathedral, 1922

SAVAGE, Ernest Bickersteth (1849 - 1915), Vicar of St Thomas’, Douglas; Rural Dean of Douglas; Canon in the Chapter of Sodor and Man; Proctor for the Chapter in York Convocation; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop

BROWN, John Thomas (1860 - 1929), Vicar of Northallerton since 1925; Hon. Canon of Durham, 1924; Proctor in York Convocation and National Church Assembly, 1917; Surrogate; Vice-Chairman Board of Governors Northallerton Grammar School; Member Consultative Committee, National Society

ESPIN, Chancellor Thomas Espinell (died 1912), Chancellor of Diocese of Chester from 1873; of Liverpool from 1880; Hon. Canon of Chester from 1871; Rector of Wolsingham, Durham, from 1885; JP County Durham, 1886; Rural Dean of Stanhope, 1887–1902; Proctor in Convocation for Archdeaconry of Auckland, 1885–1909; Prolocutor, 1888–1908

MITCHELL, John Thomas (died 1947), Residentiary Canon of Liverpool Cathedral, 1933; Canon Emeritus since 1938; Rector of Wavertree since 1894; Vice-Chairman, Diocesan Board of Education since 1944; Member Diocesan Reorganisation Committee and of Board of Supervision of Church of England Training Colleges; Hon. Secretary Warrington Training College; Proctor and Assessor in Convocation; formerly Member Commission on Parochial Endowments; Chairman of the Northern Provincial Council for the Protection of Churches

 
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