Diocese of Kildare
The Diocese of Kildare can refer to:
Samuel Foley
Samuel Foley (1655–1695), was bishop of Down and Connor.
Foley was eldest son of Samuel Foley of Clonmel and Dublin (d. 1695), younger brother of Thomas Foley, founder of the Old Swinford Hospital...
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William Dickson (bishop)
The Rt Rev William Dickson (1745–1804) was Bishop of Down and Connor from 1784 to 1804. He was educated at Eton and Hertford College, Oxford and died in post on 19 September 1804.
He was son ...
Diocese of Ross (Ireland)
The Diocese of Ross was a separate diocese situated in south-west Ireland. Following the Reformation, there were two dioceses. In the Church of Ireland, the diocese is now part of the Diocese of Cork...
Diocese of Ross (Ireland) - Wikipedia
Jeremy Taylor
Jeremy Taylor (baptised 15 August 1613 – 13 August 1667) was a cleric in the Church of England who achieved fame as an author during the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell. He is sometimes known as the "...
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Diocese of Clonmacnoise
The Diocese of Clonmacnoise can refer to:
Robert Echlin
Robert Echlin may refer to:
John Chardon
John Chardon (also Charden, Charldon and Charlton) (died 1601) was an Englishman who became the Church of Ireland bishop of Down and Connor from 1596 to 1601.
A native of Devon, he became a sojour...
Henry Leslie (bishop)
Henry Leslie (1580–1661) was a Scottishman who became the Church of Ireland Bishop of Down and Connor from 1635 to 1661 and briefly Bishop of Meath from January to April 1661.
He was the eld...
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John Ryder (bishop)
John Ryder (c. 1697 – 4 February 1775) was the Church of Ireland Bishop of Down and Connor, from 1743 to 1752, and then Archbishop of Tuam, from 1752 to his death in 1775.
The son of Dudley Ryder,...
Nathaniel Alexander (bishop)
Nathaniel Alexander (1760 – 21 October 1840), was an Anglican Bishop in Ireland during the first half of the 19th century.He was born in 1760 and educated at Harrow and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. H...
Richard Mant
Richard Mant (February 12, 1776 – 1848) was an English churchman and writer.
He was born at Southampton, a grandson of the noted clerical antiquary Bingham, and educated at Winchester Colleg...
Edward Smyth (bishop)
Edward Smyth or Smith (1665–1720) was an Irish Protestant churchman, the bishop of Down and Connor from 1699.
Born at Lisburn in County Antrim in 1665, he was the son of James Smyth of Mountown, ...
Diocese of Emly
The Diocese of Emly can refer to:
Francis Hutchinson
Francis Hutchinson (2 January 1660 – 1739) was Bishop of Down and Connor and an opponent of witch-hunting.Hutchinson was born in Carsington, Wirksworth, Derbyshire, the second son of Mary and Edward H...
Bishop of Down and Connor
The Bishop of Down and Connor is an episcopal title which takes its name from the town of Downpatrick (located in County Down) and the village of Connor (located in County Antrim) in Northern Ireland....
Arthur Smyth
Arthur Smyth was Archbishop of Dublin from 1766 until his death in 1771.He was Dean of Raphoe from 1742 until 1744 followed by Dean of Derry until 1752.He was then raised to the episcopate as Bishop o...
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Roger Boyle (bishop)
Roger Boyle (1617?-1687) was an Irish Protestant churchman, Bishop of Down and Connor and Bishop of Clogher.
He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he was elected a fellow. On the outbr...