Lord John Beresford
Lord John George de la Poer Beresford PC (Ire) (22 November 1773 – 18 July 1862) was an Anglican archbishop and Primate.
Born at Tyrone House, Dublin, he was the second surviving son of George de ...
Jonathan Smedley
Jonathan Smedley (1671–1729) was an Anglo-Irish churchman who became Dean of Clogher in 1724. He was an opportunist and satirical victim who engaged in a polemic with Jonathan Swift and the forces of ...
Richard Woodward (bishop)
Richard Woodward (1726 – 12 May 1794) was Bishop of Cloyne in the Church of Ireland and the author of a vigorous defence of the Protestant Ascendancy in Ireland.
Richard Woodward was the son of Fr...
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Charles Ovenden
Charles Thomas Ovenden (11 September 1846 - 9 July 1924) was an Irish Anglican priest and author. He was Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin in the Church of Ireland in the first quarter of the ...
Richard Tennison
Richard Tennison or Tenison (1642 – 29 July 1705) was an Irish bishop of Killala, Clogher and Meath.He was born the eldest son of Thomas Tennison of Carrickfergus and matriculated from Trinity Colleg...
Dean of Clogher
The Dean of Clogher is a dignitary of the Diocese of Clogher within the Church of Ireland. The title may be held by any licenced incumbent in the diocese, not necessarily the rector of one of the cath...
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