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Archdeacon of Bangor

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The Archdeacon of Bangor is the priest in charge of the archdeaconry of Bangor, an administrative division of the Church in Wales Diocese of Bangor. In 1844 the Archdeaconry of Bangor was combined with the Archdeaconry of Anglesey to form the Archdeaconry of Bangor and Anglesey. The archdeaconry comprises the seven deaneries of Archlechwedd, Arfon, Llifon/Talybolion, Malltraeth, Ogwen, Tyndaethwy and Twrcelyn.

The current incumbent is Paul Davies.

List of archdeacons of Bangor

  • 1132 Maurice
  • 1145 Simon
  • 1157 David (II)
  • 1166 Alexander Llywelyn
  • 1236 Richard (also Bishop of Bangor, 1236)
  • 1248 David (II)
  • 1284 K.
  • 1291 Caducan
  • 1324 Griffin Tudor
  • 1328 William
  • 1345 Ithel ap Cynwraig
  • 1345 Elias
  • 1367 Gervase ap Madog
  • 1394 Robert de Higham
  • 1398 Walter de Swaffham
  • 1399 Iorweth ap Madog
  • 1411 Thomas ap Rhys
  • 1412 John de Carnyn
  • 1417 Thomas ap Rhys
  • 1431–1433 Thomas Banastre
  • 1433 John Heygate
  • 1436 Thomas Banastre
  • 1453 John Parsons
  • 1504–1525 Maurice Glynne
  • 1525–1556 Thomas Runcorn
  • 1556 Edward Gregory
  • 1560 Edmund Meyrick
  • 1606 Edmund Griffith
  • 1613 Richard Gwynn
  • 1617 Edward Hughes
  • 1633 William Mostyn
  • 1669 Held by the Bishop
  • 1685 Annexed to the Bishopric
  • List of the Archdeacons of Bangor and Anglesey since 1844

  • 1844 John Jones
  • 1863 John Wynne Jones
  • 1887 John Pryce (afterwards Dean of Bangor, 1902)
  • 1902 John Morgan
  • 1921 Owen Evans
  • 1937 Henry Morgan
  • 1947 Richard Hughes
  • 1957 Gwynfryn Richards (afterwards Dean of Bangor, 1962)
  • 1962 Gilbert Wright
  • 1973 Hugh Evans
  • 1983 Thomas Hughes
  • 1986–1999 Elwyn Roberts
  • 2000 Alun Hawkins (afterwards Dean of Bangor, 2005)
  • 2005 Meurig Williams
  • 2012 Paul Davies
  • References

    Archdeacon of Bangor Wikipedia


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