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Christopher Wilson (bishop)

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Christopher Wilson

Bishop of Bristol
Bp Christopher Wilson.jpg
DioceseDiocese of Bristol
Elected1783
Term ended1792 (death)
PredecessorLewis Bagot
SuccessorSpencer Madan
Personal details
Bornc. 1714
Died(1792-04-18)18 April 1792
NationalityBritish
DenominationAnglican
SpouseAnne Gibson
Alma materSt Catherine's College, Cambridge
Ordination history of
Christopher Wilson
History
Diaconal ordination
Date1 June 1740
PlaceLincoln
Priestly ordination
DateMarch 1742
PlaceNorwich

Christopher Wilson (c.1714 – 18 April 1792) was an English churchman who served as Bishop of Bristol.

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Biography

According to Alumni Cantabrigienses,[1] Christopher Wilson was the son of Richard Wilson, Recorder of Leeds. He was educated at Leeds Grammar School, and was admitted as a pensioner at St Catharine's College, Cambridge on 23 September 1732, and matriculated in 1733. He graduated B.A. 1737, M.A. 1740, D.D. 1753. Wilson served as a Fellow of St Catharine's 1737–1745, and as Proctor 1742–43.

After ordination as a deacon in 1740 and as a priest in 1742, Wilson was appointed Vicar of Coton, Cambridgeshire in 1742, and Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral in 1745. He served as Rector of Barnes from 1768 until his death, and as Bishop of Bristol from 1783 until his death.

He was married to Anne Gibson, daughter of Dr Edmund Gibson, Bishop of London.

Christopher Wilson died on 18 April 1792, aged 78.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Wilson, Christopher (WL732C)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Lewis Bagot
Bishop of Bristol
1783–1792
Succeeded by
Spencer Madan
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