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John Lake (bishop)

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John Lake

Bishop of Chichester
BishopJohnLake.jpg
DioceseDiocese of Chichester
In office1685–1689
PredecessorGuy Carleton
SuccessorSimon Patrick
Other postsBishop of Sodor and Man (1682–1684)
Bishop of Bristol (1684–1685)
Orders
Ordination1647
Personal details
Bornbaptized (1624-12-05)5 December 1624
Halifax, West Riding of Yorkshire
Died30 August 1689(1689-08-30) (aged 64)
BuriedSt Botolph-without-Bishopsgate
NationalityBritish
DenominationAnglican
Alma materSt John's College, Cambridge

John Lake (1624 – 30 August 1689) was a 17th-century Bishop of Sodor and Man, Bishop of Bristol and Bishop of Chichester in the British Isles.

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Life

He was born in Halifax in the West Riding of Yorkshire and educated at St John's College, Cambridge,[1] where he was tutored by the poet John Cleveland, whose biography he later wrote and whose works he edited and published. He graduated B.A. in 1642.

Lake was an ardent Royalist and fought valiantly for King Charles I at Basing House and Wallingford.

On leaving the army, Lake entered the Church. He was ordained in 1647, and graduated D.D. (litterae regiae) at Cambridge in 1661. He held the following livings:

Lake was appointed Bishop of Sodor and Man on 7 January 1683. He was translated to Bristol on 12 August 1684 and to Chichester on 19 October 1685. He was one of the Seven Bishops who opposed the Declaration of Indulgence and were imprisoned by King James II. However, during the Glorious Revolution, he voted for a regency for the Kings's son. He refused to accept William and Mary and was suspended from office on 1 August 1689. Lake died on 30 August following.

Bishop Lake, from a portrait of the "Seven Bishops".
Bishop Lake, from a portrait of the "Seven Bishops".

References

  1. ^ "Lake, John (LK637J)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.

External links

Church of England titles
Preceded by
Henry Bridgeman
Bishop of Sodor and Man
1682–1684
Succeeded by
Baptist Levinz
Preceded by
William Gulston
Bishop of Bristol
1684–1685
Succeeded by
Jonathan Trelawny
Preceded by
Guy Carleton
Bishop of Chichester
1685–1689
Succeeded by
Simon Patrick


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