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Archdeacon of Auckland

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The archdeaconry of Auckland is a post in the Church of England Diocese of Durham. It was created from the Archdeaconry of Durham by Order-in-Council on 23 May 1882, when the Diocese of Newcastle was created from Durham's other two archdeaconries.

List of archdeacons

  • June–November 1882: Henry Watkins
  • 1882–aft. 1904: Robert Long
  • aft. 1904–bef. 1914: Edwin Price (lived 1870–1914)
  • 1914–1922?: Percy Augustus Derry
  • 1929–1936: Alfred Rawlinson, Canon of Durham and bishop's examining chaplain (afterwards Bishop of Derby)
  • 1936–1943: Leslie Owen (Bishop suffragan of Jarrow from 1939; afterwards Bishop suffragan of Maidstone)
  • 1944–1949: David Dunlop, Bishop suffragan of Jarrow (afterwards Dean of Lincoln)
  • 1950–1958: John Ramsbotham, Bishop suffragan of Jarrow
  • 1958–1973: Charles Stranks
  • 1974–1983: George Marchant
  • 1983–1993: Derek Hodgson (afterwards Archdeacon of Durham)
  • 1993–2001: Granville Gibson
  • 2001–2006: Ian Jagger (afterwards Archdeacon of Durham)
  • 2007–present: Nick Barker
  • References

    Archdeacon of Auckland Wikipedia

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