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Bishop William Ward (1828-38)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 January 2024

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No convocation was held in 1828 (29 May) because the bishop had not yet arrived in the island.

Thursday 13 August 1829

Daniel Mylrea, archdeacon, absent from illness.

John Nelson, vicar-general.

Benjamin Philpot, vicar-general, absent in England.

Joseph Brown

Henry Maddrell

Hugh Stowell, absent in England.

James Gelling

Thomas Stephen

Joseph Qualtrough

John Edward Harrison

Thomas Howard

Edward Craine

Alexander Gelling

William Christian, suspended (absent).

Bowyer Harrison

William Corrin

William Duggan

Thomas Kewley

Robert Brown, absent.

George Stickler Parsons

Archibald Holmes

John Thomas Clarke

Samuel Gelling

William Gill, curate of Malew

James Crebbin, curate of St George's

John Cannell, curate of Bride

Lewis Geneste, curate of Ballaugh

Robert Money Chatfield, domestic chaplain to the bishop.

John Wright, absent.

Francis Broderick Hartwell.

A. Harford Locking, Somersetshire.

I. Ditcher Kingswood, Gloucestershire.

Thursday 3 June 1830

Thursday 26 May 1831

Thursday 14 June 1832

Thursday 30 May 1833

These are the statutory dates for convocation, though no records have survived.

Friday 17 October 1834

Thursday 11 June 1835

No record has survived of this convocation, if one was indeed held.

Thursday 26 May 1836

Memorial of the bishop of Sodor and Man to his majesty's commissioners appointed to consider the state of the established church with reference to ecclesiastical duties and revenues, 1836

I feel myself called upon thus publicly to address your honourable board, as the only way open to me of recording my most solemn remonstrance and protest against that recommendation of your second report, by which provision is made for the future annexation of the present see of Sodor and Man to that of Carlisle. Since in my opinion this union of the two sees would be highly inconvenient to both, and most detrimental to the spiritual, as well as to the social interests of that people, over whom the providence of God has placed me, I should consider myself wanting to my duty, did I ever silently concede the point, or cease to press it upon the attention of the church, so long as my life offers an impediment to its accomplishment.

Although this proposition has now become prospectively the law of the land, there are two reasons, which induce me to bring it before the board at this present time.

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Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
First published in: 2024

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