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List of archdeacons in the Church of England

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Key
Active archdeacon Male archdeacon
Inactive archdeacon Female archdeacon
Position vacant

The archdeacons in the Church of England are senior Anglican clergy who serve under their dioceses' bishops, usually with responsibility for the area's church buildings and pastoral care for clergy.

Archdeacons

# Diocese Archdeacon Person Date of birth & age Collated[i]
1 Canterbury The Archdeacon of Canterbury[ii] Jo Kelly-Moore 1968 (age 52–53) 22 January 2017[1]
3 Salisbury The Archdeacon of Sarum Alan Jeans (1958-05-18) 18 May 1958 (age 62) 2003
4 Rochester The Archdeacon of Bromley & Bexley Paul Wright (1954-02-12) 12 February 1954 (age 67)[2] December 2003[3]
6 Ely The Archdeacon of Huntingdon and Wisbech Hugh McCurdy (1958-03-09) 9 March 1958 (age 63) 2005
10 Chelmsford The Archdeacon of West Ham Elwin Cockett (1959-05-24) 24 May 1959 (age 61)[4] 30 September 2007
11 Leeds The Archdeacon of Pontefract Peter Townley (1955-11-16) 16 November 1955 (age 65)[5] 2008
14 Carlisle The Archdeacon of West Cumberland Richard Pratt (1955-12-25) 25 December 1955 (age 65)[6] 20 January 2009
15 Manchester The Archdeacon of Rochdale[ii][7] David Sharples (1958-03-17) 17 March 1958 (age 63)[8] 28 November 2009 (Salford)
1 July 2020 (Rochdale)[7]
16 Eds & Ips The Archdeacon of Sudbury David Jenkins (1961-10-19) 19 October 1961 (age 59)[9] February 2010
17 Chester The Archdeacon of Chester Michael Gilbertson (1961-08-18) 18 August 1961 (age 59)[10] September 2010
18 Chester The Archdeacon of Macclesfield Ian Bishop (1962-11-13) 13 November 1962 (age 58) 6 January 2011
19 London The Archdeacon of London Luke Miller (1966-06-27) 27 June 1966 (age 54)[11] 24 January 2011 (Hampstead)
1 January 2016 (London)[12]
20 Lichfield The Archdeacon of Salop Paul Thomas (1955-04-22) 22 April 1955 (age 66)[13] 29 May 2011
21 Winchester The Archdeacon of Bournemouth Peter Rouch (1966-04-22) 22 April 1966 (age 55)[14] 5 June 2011
24 Canterbury Archdeacon (throughout diocese) and
 Senior Chaplain to the Bishop of Dover
Stephen Taylor (1955-05-02) 2 May 1955 (age 66)[15] 18 September 2011 (Maidstone)[16]
27 September 2020 (no Archdeaconry)[17]
25 Sodor & Man The Archdeacon of Man[ii] Andie Brown[18] (1955-09-18) 18 September 1955 (age 65) 15 October 2011[19]
26 Leeds The Archdeacon of Halifax Anne Dawtry[20] (1957-10-25) 25 October 1957 (age 63) 11 December 2011[21]
28 Blackburn The Archdeacon of Lancaster David Picken (1963-06-05) 5 June 1963 (age 57)[22] 19 February 2012 (Newark)[23]
4 February 2020 (Lancaster)[24]
29 Guildford The Archdeacon of Surrey Paul Davies (1973-03-15) 15 March 1973 (age 48) 19 February 2012 (Bangor and Anglesey)
10 December 2017 (Surrey)[25]
30 Peterborough The Archdeacon of Oakham Gordon Steele (1955-04-06) 6 April 1955 (age 66)[26] 25 February 2012
31 Norwich The Archdeacon of Norfolk Steven Betts[27] (1964-11-22) 22 November 1964 (age 56)[28] 29 April 2012[29]
33a Southwark The Archdeacon of Lewisham & Greenwich Alastair Cutting[30] (1960-05-29) 29 May 1960 (age 60)[31] 14 April 2013[30]
33b Southwark The Archdeacon of Southwark,
 Bishop-designate of Lynn
Jane Steen[30] 1964 (age 56–57) 14 April 2013[30]
36 Lincoln The Archdeacon of Boston Justine Allain Chapman[32] (1967-06-30) 30 June 1967 (age 53)[33] 8 September 2013[34][iii]
38 Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Stansted Robin King (1959-02-15) 15 February 1959 (age 62) 15 September 2013[36]
39 Southwark The Archdeacon of Lambeth Simon Gates[37] (1960-07-12) 12 July 1960 (age 60)[38] 29 September 2013[39]
40a Worcester The Archdeaconry of Dudley Nikki Groarke[40] (1962-06-02) 2 June 1962 (age 58) 19 January 2014[41][42]
40b Sheffield The Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham Malcolm Chamberlain (1969-12-01) 1 December 1969 (age 51)[43] 19 January 2014[44]
42 Truro The Archdeacon of Cornwall,
 Acting Archdeacon of Bodmin[45]
Paul Bryer[46] (1958-06-21) 21 June 1958 (age 62) 26 January 2014 (Dorking)[47]
1 September 2019 (Cornwall)[48]
43 Peterborough The Archdeacon of Northampton Richard Ormston (1961-11-17) 17 November 1961 (age 59) 1 February 2014[49]
44 Oxford The Archdeacon of Dorchester Judy French (1960-11-18) 18 November 1960 (age 60) 19 June 2014[50]
45 Oxford The Archdeacon of Oxford[ii] Jonathan Chaffey 1962 (age 58–59)[51] 1 July 2014July 2014 (RAF)
1 May 2020 (Oxford)[52]
45 Ely The Archdeacon of Cambridge Alex Hughes[53] (1975-10-03) 3 October 1975 (age 45) 14 September 2014[53]
48 York The Archdeacon of the East Riding Andy Broom[54] 1965 (age 55–56)[55] 6 October 2014
49 Birmingham The Archdeacon of Aston Simon Heathfield[56] 1967 (age 53–54)[57] 16 November 2014[58]
50 Worcester The Archdeacon of Worcester Robert Jones (1965-10-30) 30 October 1965 (age 55) 16 November 2014[59]
51 Lichfield The Archdeacon of Lichfield[60] Sue Weller[61] (1965-08-20) 20 August 1965 (age 55)[62] 11 January 2015 (Walsall)
13 September 2019 (Lichfield)[63]
52 Chichester The Archdeacon of Brighton & Lewes Martin Lloyd-Williams[64] (1965-05-12) 12 May 1965 (age 55)[65] 12 January 2015[66]
53 Exeter The Archdeacon of Barnstaple Mark Butchers 1959 (age 61–62)[67] 23 March 2015[68]
54 Exeter The Archdeacon of Totnes Douglas Dettmer (1964-03-05) 5 March 1964 (age 57)[69] 24 March 2015[68]
55 York The Archdeacon of York Sam Rushton[70] 1965 (age 55–56)[71] 6 May 2015 (Cleveland)
19 October 2019 (York)[72]
56 Salisbury The Archdeacon of Dorset Antony MacRow-Wood 1960 (age 60–61)[73] 24 June 2015[74]
57 London The Archdeacon of Hampstead John Hawkins (1963-06-06) 6 June 1963 (age 57)[75] 7 October 2015[76]
58 Lincoln The Archdeacon of Stow and Lindsey Mark Steadman (1974-05-20) 20 May 1974 (age 46) 10 October 2015[77]
59a Liverpool The Archdeacon of Wigan and West Lancashire Jennifer McKenzie 1963 (age 57–58)[78] 14 November 2015[79]
59b Liverpool The Archdeacon of Knowsley and Sefton Pete Spiers (1961-08-31) 31 August 1961 (age 59)[80] 14 November 2015[79]
61 Southwark The Archdeacon of Wandsworth John Kiddle (1958-06-28) 28 June 1958 (age 62)[81] 22 November 2015[82]
62 Leeds The Archdeacon of Bradford Andy Jolley[83] (1961-03-21) 21 March 1961 (age 60)[84] 17 January 2016[85]
63 Blackburn The Archdeacon of Blackburn Mark Ireland[86] (1960-04-05) 5 April 1960 (age 61)[87] 14 February 2016[88]
64 Winchester The Archdeacon of Winchester Richard Brand[89] (1965-02-20) 20 February 1965 (age 56)[90] 21 February 2016[88]
65 Salisbury The Archdeacon of Wilts Sue Groom (1963-03-28) 28 March 1963 (age 58)[91] 22 February 2016[92]
66 Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Chelmsford Elizabeth Snowden (1958-02-03) 3 February 1958 (age 63)[93] 13 March 2016[94]
67 Lincoln The Archdeacon of Lincoln Gavin Kirk[95] (1961-12-08) 8 December 1961 (age 59)[96] 27 March 2016[97]
68 London The Archdeacon of Hackney Liz Adekunle withheld[98] 5 April 2016[99]
69 Europe The "Acting" Archdeacon of Switzerland Adèle Kelham[iv] 1946 (age 74–75)[101] 14 July 2016[102]
70 Oxford The Archdeacon of Buckingham Guy Elsmore[103] 1966 (age 54–55) 18 July 2016[104]
71 St Albans The Archdeacon of Hertford Janet Mackenzie 1962 (age 58–59)[105] 6 September 2016[106]
72 Chichester The Archdeacon of Hastings Edward Dowler[107] 1967 (age 53–54) 18 September 2016
73 Bath & Wells The Archdeacon of Taunton Simon Hill 1964 (age 56–57)[108] 1 October 2016[109][110]
74 Southwark The Archdeacon of Reigate Moira Astin[111][v] (1965-02-18) 18 February 1965 (age 56)[113] 30 October 2016
75 Norwich The Archdeacon of Norwich Karen Hutchinson 1964 (age 56–57) 13 November 2016[114]
77a Carlisle The Archdeacon of Carlisle Lee Townend (1965-01-13) 13 January 1965 (age 56)[115] 25 February 2017[116]
77b Carlisle The Archdeacon of Westmorland and Furness Vernon Ross (1957-04-13) 13 April 1957 (age 64)[117] 25 February 2017[116]
79 Leeds The Archdeacon of Leeds Paul Ayers 1961 (age 59–60)[118] 28 February 2017[119]
80 Gloucester The Archdeacon of Cheltenham Phil Andrew (1962-12-04) 4 December 1962 (age 58)[120] 11 March 2017[121]
81 Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Southend Mike Lodge (1953-08-01) 1 August 1953 (age 67)[122] 19 March 2017[123]
82 Manchester The Archdeacon of Manchester Karen Lund 1962 (age 58–59)[124] 14 May 2017[125]
83 Bath & Wells The Archdeacon of Wells[ii] Anne Gell 1963 (age 57–58)[126] 20 May 2017[127]
84 Armed Forces Archdeacon for the Army,
 The Deputy Chaplain-General
Clinton Langston 1962 (age 58–59)[128] 14 July 2017[129]
85 Liverpool The Archdeacon of Liverpool Mike McGurk[130] 1968 (age 52–53)[131] 10 September 2017[132]
86 Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Harlow Vanessa Herrick (1958-03-27) 27 March 1958 (age 63)[133] 24 September 2017[134]
87 Rochester The Archdeacon of Tonbridge Julie Conalty[135] (1953-04-20) 20 April 1953 (age 68)[136] 24 September 2017[137]
88 Leicester The Archdeacon of Loughborough Claire Wood 1963 (age 57–58)[138] 8 October 2017[139]
89 Bath & Wells The Archdeacon of Bath Adrian Youings (1965-07-30) 30 July 1965 (age 55)[140] 5 November 2017[141]
90 Canterbury The Archdeacon of Ashford Darren Miller (1967-10-27) 27 October 1967 (age 53)[142] 13 January 2018[143]
91 Durham The Archdeacon of Auckland Rick Simpson (1966-07-05) 5 July 1966 (age 54)[144] 18 February 2018[145]
92 Derby The Archdeacon of Chesterfield Carol Coslett (1963-08-18) 18 August 1963 (age 57)[146] 10 March 2018[147]
93 Coventry Archdeacon Pastor
 (The Archdeacon of Coventry)[148]
Sue Field (1959-05-10) 10 May 1959 (age 61)[149] 18 March 2018[150]
94 Manchester The Archdeacon of Bolton
 and Archdeacon of Salford[7]
Jean Burgess (1962-06-10) 10 June 1962 (age 58)[151] 25 March 2018 (Bolton)[152]
1 July 2020 (Salford)[7]
95 Royal Peculiar The Archdeacon of Westminster,
 Sub-Dean of Westminster & Canon Treasurer[ii]
David Stanton[153] (1960-10-10) 10 October 1960 (age 60)[154] 16 June 2018bef. 17 June 2018
96 Durham The Archdeacon of Sunderland Bob Cooper (1968-07-26) 26 July 1968 (age 52)[155] 3 July 2018[156]
97 Armed Forces Archdeacon for the Royal Navy,
 The Chaplain of the Fleet
Martyn Gough 1962 (age 58–59)[157] July 2018
98 Armed Forces Archdeacon for the Royal Air Force,
 The Chaplain-in-Chief
John Ellis (1963-11-03) 3 November 1963 (age 57)[158] July 2018
99 Norwich The Archdeacon of Lynn Ian Bentley (1955-04-28) 28 April 1955 (age 66)[159] 9 September 2018[160]
100 Hereford The Archdeacon of Hereford Derek Chedzey 1967 (age 53–54)[161] 9 September 2018[162]
101 Rochester The Archdeacon of Rochester[ii] Andy Wooding Jones 1961 (age 59–60)[163] 11 September 2018[164]
102 Prisons Archdeacon of Prisons,
 The Chaplain-General
James Ridge 1977 (age 43–44)[165] 1 October 2018October 2018[166][167]
103 Leicester The Archdeacon of Leicester Richard Worsfold (1964-07-17) 17 July 1964 (age 56)[168] 4 November 2018[169]
104 Salisbury The Archdeacon of Sherborne Penny Sayer 1959 (age 61–62)[170] 25 November 2018[171]
105 Gloucester The Archdeacon of Gloucester[ii] Hilary Dawson 1964 (age 56–57)[172] 27 January 2019[173]
106 Eds & Ips The Archdeacon for Rural Mission[ii] Sally Gaze 1969 (age 51–52)[174] 10 February 2019[175]
107 Leeds The Archdeacon of Richmond and Craven Jonathan Gough (1962-05-11) 11 May 1962 (age 58)[176] 10 March 2019[177]
109 Eds & Ips The Archdeacon of Ipswich Rhiannon King 1972 (age 48–49)[178] 25 March 2019[179]
110 St Albans The Archdeacon of Bedford Dave Middlebrook 1961 (age 59–60) 30 March 2019
111 Bristol The Archdeacon of Malmesbury Christopher Bryan 1975 (age 45–46)[180] 7 May 2019[181][182]
112 Chichester The Archdeacon of Chichester Luke Irvine-Capel 1975 (age 45–46)[183] 9 May 2019[184]
113a Birmingham The Archdeacon of Birmingham Jenny Tomlinson 1961 (age 59–60)[185] 12 May 2019[186]
113b Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Barking Chris Burke 1965 (age 55–56)[187] 12 May 2019[188][189]
113c Chelmsford The Archdeacon of Colchester Ruth Patten 1972 (age 48–49)[190] 12 May 2019[189]
116 Portsmouth The Archdeacon of the Isle of Wight Peter Leonard 1970 (age 50–51)[191] 18 May 2019[192]
117 Exeter The Archdeacon of Plymouth Nick Shutt 1958 (age 62–63)[193] 18 June 2019[194]
118 Southwell &
Nottingham
The Archdeacon of Nottingham Phil Williams 1964 (age 56–57)[195] 3 July 2019[196]
119 Bristol The Archdeacon of Bristol Neil Warwick 1964 (age 56–57)[197] 4 September 2019[198]
120 Exeter The Archdeacon of Exeter Andrew Beane 1972 (age 48–49)[199] 25 September 2019[194]
121 Coventry Archdeacon Missioner
 (The Archdeacon of Warwick)
Barry Dugmore 1964 (age 56–57)[200] 6 October 2019[201]
122 Europe The Archdeacon of the East
 and of Germany and Northern Europe[202]
Leslie Nathaniel 1967 (age 53–54)[203] 17 October 2019[204]
123 Lichfield The Archdeacon of Walsall Julian Francis 1960 (age 60–61)[205] 8 November 2019[206]
124 Guildford The Archdeacon of Dorking Martin Breadmore 1967 (age 53–54)[207] 24 November 2019[208]
125 Europe The Archdeacon of Gibraltar
 and of Italy and Malta
David Waller 1958 (age 62–63)[209] 14 January 2020[210]
126 Eds & Ips The Archdeacon of Suffolk Jeanette Gosney 1958 (age 62–63)[211] 18 January 2020[212]
126 Liverpool The Archdeacon of St Helens and Warrington Simon Fisher 1980 (age 40–41)[213] 25 January 2020[214]
127 Oxford The Archdeacon of Berkshire Stephen Pullin 1966 (age 54–55)[215] 29 February 2020[216]
128 St Albans The Archdeacon of St Albans Jane Mainwaring 1970 (age 50–51)[217] 14 March 2020[218][219]
129 Southwark The Archdeacon of Croydon Rosemarie Mallett 1959 (age 61–62)[220] 15 March 2020[221][222]
130a London The Archdeacon of Middlesex Richard Frank 1970 (age 50–51)[223] 23 March 2020[224][225]
130b London The Archdeacon of Charing Cross Adam Atkinson 1967 (age 53–54)[226] 23 March 2020[227]
132 York The Archdeacon of Cleveland Amanda Bloor 1962 (age 58–59)[228] 15 June 2020[229]
133 Portsmouth Archdeacon-designate of Portsdown Jenny Rowley 1961 (age 59–60)[230] 4 April 20204 April 2020 (scheduled)[231][232]
134 Sheffield The Archdeacon of Doncaster Javaid Iqbal 1971 (age 49–50)[233] 23 September 2020[234]
135 Durham Archdeacon-designate of Durham Libby Wilkinson 1965 (age 55–56)[235] 31 August 2020later summer 2020[236]
136 London The Archdeacon of Northolt Catherine Pickford 1976 (age 44–45)[237] 1 September 2020[238]
137 Canterbury The Archdeacon of Maidstone Andrew Sewell 1961 (age 59–60)[239] 27 September 2020[17]
137 Newcastle The Archdeacon of Lindisfarne Catherine Sourbut Groves 1967 (age 53–54)[240] 14 November 2020[241][242]
138 Europe Archdeacon-designate of France Peter Hooper 1962 (age 58–59)[243] 1 April 2021Acting from 15 February 2021[244]
139 Hereford The Archdeacon of Ludlow Fiona Gibson 1970 (age 50–51)[245] 26 April 2021[246]
140 Truro Archdeacon-designate of Bodmin Kelly Betteridge 1969 (age 51–52)[247] 1 May 2021"late spring or early summer" 2021 (planned)[248]
141 Southwell &
Nottingham
Archdeacon-designate of Newark Tors Ramsey 1971 (age 49–50)[249] 24 June 2021"summer" 2021 (planned)[250]
142 Chichester The Archdeacon of Horsham ZtVacant since July 2020 (2000-01-11) January 11, 2000 (age 21) 11 January 2038
143 Europe The Archdeacon of North West Europe ZuVacant since October 2020 (2000-01-12) January 12, 2000 (age 21) 12 January 2038
144 Lichfield The Archdeacon of Stoke ZvVacant since 31 October 2020 (2000-01-13) January 13, 2000 (age 21) 13 January 2038
145 Derby The Archdeacon of Derby ZwVacant since 31 December 2020 (2000-01-14) January 14, 2000 (age 21) 14 January 2038
146 Newcastle The Archdeacon of Northumberland[ii] ZxVacant since 5 January 2021 (2000-01-15) January 15, 2000 (age 21) 15 January 2038
147 Portsmouth The Archdeacon of The Meon ZyVacant since 28 January 2021 (2000-01-16) January 16, 2000 (age 21) 16 January 2038

Acting archdeacons

Diocese Acting archdeacon Person Date of birth & age Acting since
Europe Acting Archdeacon of North West Europe,
 Chaplain of Groningen[251]
Sam van Leer 1967 (age 53–54) 1 November 2020October 2020
Lichfield Acting Archdeacon of Stoke Alistair Magowan (1955-02-10) 10 February 1955 (age 66) 1 November 2020[252]
Derby Acting Archdeacon of Derby Peter Walley 1960 (age 60–61) 1 January 2021[253]
Newcastle Acting Archdeacon of Northumberland Rachel Wood 1971 (age 49–50) 5 January 2021[254]
Portsmouth Acting Archdeacon of The Meon Will Hughes 1976 (age 44–45) 28 January 2021[255]
Europe Acting Archdeacon of France,
 Archdeacon-designate of France
Peter Hooper 1962 (age 58–59)[243] 15 February 2021[244]
Chichester Acting Archdeacon of Horsham Angela Martin 1966 (age 54–55) 1 March 2021[256]
Truro Acting Archdeacon of Bodmin,
 The Archdeacon of Cornwall
Paul Bryer[46] (1958-06-21) 21 June 1958 (age 62) 1 March 2021[45]
Map of all geographical archdeaconries in the Church of England
Map of all geographical archdeaconries in the Church of England

Map

  1. Lindisfarne
  2. Northumberland
  3. Carlisle
  4. West Cumberland
  5. Westmorland & Furness
  6. Sunderland
  7. Durham
  8. Auckland
  9. Richmond & Craven
  10. Bradford
  11. Leeds
  12. Halifax
  13. Pontefract
  14. Cleveland
  15. East Riding
  16. York
  17. Lancaster
  18. Blackburn
  19. Bolton
  20. Rochdale
  21. Salford
  22. Manchester
  23. Knowsley & Sefton
  24. Wigan & West Lancashire
  25. St Helens & Warrington
  26. Liverpool
  27. Doncaster
  28. Sheffield & Rotherham
  29. Stow & Lindsey
  30. Lincoln
  31. Boston
  32. Macclesfield
  33. Chester
  34. Chesterfield
  35. Derby
  36. Newark
  37. Nottingham
  38. Stoke-upon-Trent
  39. Salop
  40. Lichfield
  41. Walsall
  42. Lynn
  43. Norfolk
  44. Norwich
  45. Leicester
  46. Loughborough
  47. Huntingdon & Wisbech
  48. Cambridge
  49. Oakham
  50. Northampton
  51. Ludlow
  52. Hereford
  53. Aston
  54. Birmingham
  55. Coventry
  56. Warwick
  57. Dudley
  58. Worcester
  59. Sudbury
  60. Suffolk
  61. Ipswich
  62. Bedford
  63. Hertford
  64. St Albans
  65. Buckingham
  66. Dorchester
  67. Oxford
  68. Berkshire
  69. Cheltenham
  70. Gloucester
  71. Stansted
  72. Colchester
  73. Harlow
  74. Chelmsford
  75. Southend
  76. West Ham
  77. Barking
  78. Hampstead
  79. Northolt
  80. Hackney
  81. Charing Cross
  82. Middlesex
  83. London
  84. Malmesbury
  85. Bristol
  86. Wilts
  87. Sarum
  88. Sherborne
  89. Dorset
  90. Bath
  91. Wells
  92. Taunton
  93. Lewisham & Greenwich
  94. Southwark
  95. Lambeth
  96. Wandsworth
  97. Croydon
  98. Reigate
  99. Bromley & Bexley
  100. Rochester
  101. Tonbridge
  102. Dorking
  103. Surrey
  104. Maidstone
  105. Canterbury
  106. Ashford
  107. Winchester
  108. Bournemouth
  109. Barnstaple
  110. Exeter
  111. Totnes
  112. Plymouth
  113. Horsham
  114. Hastings
  115. Brighton & Lewes
  116. Chichester
  117. The Meon
  118. Portsdown
  119. Isle of Wight
  120. Bodmin
  121. Cornwall

Not shown: Man, Europe and the Channel Islands

Timeline of changes to and new archdeaconries

Year Events No. of archdeaconries at end of year
Ancient foundations (c. 1050–1250) Bath, Taunton and Wells in Bath & Wells Diocese; Canterbury in Canterbury Diocese; Chichester and Lewes in Chichester Diocese; Durham and Northumberland in Durham Diocese; Barnstaple, Cornwall, Exeter and Totnes in Exeter Diocese; Hereford and Shropshire in Hereford Diocese; Chester, Coventry, Derby, Salop and Stafford in Lichfield Diocese; Bedford, Buckingham, Ely, Huntingdon, Leicester, Lincoln, Northampton, Oxford and Stow in Lincoln Diocese; Colchester, Essex, London and Middlesex in London Diocese; Norfolk, Norwich, Sudbury and Suffolk in Norwich Diocese; Rochester in Rochester Diocese; Berkshire, Dorset, Salisbury and Wilts in Salisbury Diocese; Surrey and Winchester in Winchester Diocese; Gloucester and Worcester in Worcester Diocese; Cleveland, East Riding, Nottingham, Richmond and York in York Diocese; Anglesey, Bangor and Merioneth in Bangor Diocese; Llandaff in Llandaff Diocese; St Asaph in St Asaph Diocese; Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen and St Davids in St Davids Diocese 59
1109 Ely transferred from Lincoln to the new Ely Diocese
1133 Carlisle created in new Carlisle Diocese (from parts of Durham and York Dioceses)
pre-1246 Westminster created (unique title within Westminster Abbey) 60
pre-1248 Man created in Sodor & Man Diocese 61
c. 1415 St Albans created in London Diocese 62
1540 Middlesex transferred from London to the new Westminster Diocese
1541 Chester and Richmond transferred from Lichfield and York respectively to the new Chester Diocese; Northampton transferred from Lincoln to the new Peterborough Diocese; Gloucester transferred from Worcester to the new Gloucester Diocese
1542 Dorset transferred from Salisbury to the new Bristol Diocese
1546 Oxford transferred from Lincoln to the new Oxford Diocese
1550 Westminster Diocese abolished and Middlesex transferred back to London Diocese
1836 Dorset transferred from Bristol to Salisbury Diocese; remaining areas of Bristol Diocese merge with Gloucester Diocese (including Gloucester archdeaconry) to form the new Bristol & Gloucester Diocese; Bristol created in Bristol & Gloucester Diocese; Berkshire transferred from Salisbury to Oxford Diocese; Richmond transferred from Chester to the new Ripon Diocese; Craven created in Ripon Diocese 64
1837 Bedford and Huntingdon transferred from Lincoln to Ely Diocese; Sudbury transferred from Norwich to Ely Diocese; Coventry transferred from Lichfield to Worcester Diocese; Buckingham transferred from Lincoln to Oxford Diocese; Nottingham transferred from York to Lincoln Diocese
1839 Leicester transferred from Lincoln to Peterborough Diocese
1841 Maidstone created in Canterbury Diocese 65
1842 Lindisfarne created in Durham Diocese; Gibraltar and Malta created in new Gibraltar Diocese (from areas previously under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of London) 68
1843 Manchester created in Chester Diocese; Salisbury becomes known as Sarum 69
1844 Monmouth created in Llandaff Diocese; Montgomery created in St Asaph Diocese; Anglesey (Bangor Diocese) discontinued; Bangor (Bangor Diocese) renamed Bangor & Anglesey 70
1846 Colchester, Essex and St Albans transferred from London to Rochester Diocese
1847 Manchester transferred from Chester to the new Manchester Diocese; Lancaster created in Manchester Diocese (though not filled until 1870); Liverpool and Westmorland created in Chester Diocese (though latter not filled until 1856) 73
1856 Westmorland transferred from Chester to Carlisle Diocese
1871 Isle of Wight created in Winchester Diocese 74
1875 Oakham created in Peterborough Diocese 75
1876 Cornwall transferred from Exeter to the new Truro Diocese; Shropshire (Hereford Diocese) renamed Ludlow
1877 Colchester, Essex and St Albans transferred from Rochester to the new St Albans Diocese; Stoke created in Lichfield Diocese; Blackburn created in Manchester Diocese 77
1878 Bodmin created in Truro Diocese; Southwark created in Rochester Diocese (from areas transferred from Winchester & London dioceses in 1877) 79
1879 Kingston created in Rochester Diocese 80
1880 Liverpool transferred from Chester to the new Liverpool Diocese; Warrington created in Liverpool Diocese; Macclesfield created in Chester Diocese 82
1882 Lindisfarne and Northumberland transferred from Durham to the new Newcastle Diocese; Cirencester created in Bristol & Gloucester Diocese; Auckland created in Durham Diocese 84
1884 Derby and Nottingham transferred from Lincoln to the new Southwell Diocese; Sheffield created in York Diocese; Furness created in Carlisle Diocese 86
1888 Halifax and Huddersfield created in new Wakefield Diocese (from parts of Ripon Diocese) 88
1890 Wrexham created in St Asaph Diocese 89
1892 Birmingham created in Worcester Diocese 90
1894 Ripon created in Ripon Diocese; Lynn created in Norwich Diocese 92
1897 Bristol & Gloucester Diocese split; Bristol transferred to the new Bristol Diocese; Cirencester and Gloucester transferred to the new Gloucester Diocese
1904 North Wilts created in Bristol Diocese 93
1905 Southwark and Kingston transferred from Rochester to the new Southwark Diocese; Birmingham transferred from Worcester to the new Birmingham Diocese
1906 Lewisham created in Southwark Diocese; Aston created in Birmingham Diocese; Tonbridge created in Rochester Diocese 96
1910 Rochdale created in Manchester Diocese; Chesterfield created in Southwell Diocese; Warwick created in Worcester Diocese 98
1912 Hampstead created in London Diocese; Hastings created in Chichester Diocese; Newark created in Southwell Diocese 102
1913 Doncaster created in York Diocese 103
1914 Essex and Colchester transferred from St Albans to the new Chelmsford Diocese; Sudbury and Suffolk transferred from Ely and Norwich respectively to the new St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese; Bedford transferred from Ely to St Albans Diocese; Sheffield and Doncaster transferred from York to the new Sheffield Diocese
1915 Wisbech created in Ely Diocese 104
1916 Sherborne created in Salisbury Diocese 105
1918 Coventry and Warwick transferred from Worcester to the new Coventry Diocese; Plymouth created in Exeter Diocese 106
1919 Craven transferred from Ripon to the new Bradford Diocese; Cirencester (Gloucester Diocese) renamed Cheltenham; North Wilts (Bristol Diocese) renamed Swindon .
1920 All Welsh archdeaconries transferred to the Church in Wales 95
1921 Dudley created in Worcester Diocese; Bradford created in Bradford Diocese; Loughborough created in Peterborough Diocese; Ripon (Ripon Diocese) moved to Leeds 98
1922 Southend created in Chelmsford Diocese; Essex (Chelmsford Diocese) renamed West Ham 99
1925 Portsmouth created in Winchester Diocese 100
1926 Blackburn and Lancaster transferred from Manchester to the new Blackburn Diocese; Leicester and Loughborough transferred from Peterborough to the new Leicester Diocese
1927 Isle of Wight and Portsmouth transferred from Winchester to the new Portsmouth Diocese; Surrey transferred from Winchester to the new Guildford Diocese; Chesterfield and Derby transferred from Southwell to the new Derby Diocese; Halifax and Huddersfield (Wakefield Diocese) moved to Pontefract and Halifax respectively; Basingstoke created in Winchester Diocese 101
1928 Dorking created in Guildford Diocese 102
1930 Croydon created in Canterbury Diocese 103
1931 Ipswich created in St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese 104
1933 Lindsey created in Lincoln Diocese 105
1935 The Aegean created in Gibraltar Diocese 106
1951 Hackney created in London Diocese 107
1955 Bromley created in Rochester Diocese 108
1959 Furness (Carlisle Diocese) discontinued; Westmorland (Carlisle Diocese) renamed Westmorland & Furness; West Cumberland created in Carlisle Diocese 108
1970 Northolt created in London Diocese 109
1972 Riviera created in Gibraltar Diocese 110
1973 Wandsworth created in Southwark Diocese 111
1975 Hastings (Chichester Diocese) discontinued; Lewes (Chichester Diocese) renamed Lewes & Hastings; Horsham created in Chichester Diocese 111
1977 Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands created in Gibraltar Diocese 112
1979 Northern France and Switzerland created in Gibraltar Diocese 114
1980 Stafford (Lichfield Diocese) moved to Lichfield; Gibraltar Diocese renamed Diocese in Europe; Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands (Diocese in Europe) renamed North-West Europe; Scandinavia created in Gibraltar Diocese 115
1982 Bolton created in Manchester Diocese; Prisons created 117
1985 Croydon transferred from Canterbury to Southwark Diocese
1986 Kingston (Southwark Diocese) moved to Reigate; Lambeth created in Southwark Diocese 118
1987 Army created 119
1989 Charing Cross created in London Diocese 120
1993 Harlow created in Chelmsford Diocese 121
1994 Lindsey (Lincoln Diocese) discontinued; Stow (Lincoln Diocese) renamed Stow & Lindsey; The Aegean (Diocese in Europe) renamed Eastern 120
1995 Riviera (Diocese in Europe) discontinued 119
1997 Hertford created in St Albans Diocese; Sunderland created in Durham Diocese; Walsall created in Lichfield Diocese; Malta (Diocese in Europe) renamed Italy & Malta; Northern France (Diocese in Europe) renamed France 122
1998 Royal Navy created 123
1999 Portsmouth (Portsmouth Diocese) split into Portsdown and The Meon; Sheffield (Sheffield Diocese) renamed Sheffield & Rotherham; Swindon (Bristol Diocese) renamed Malmesbury; Ripon Diocese renamed Ripon & Leeds 124
2000 Winchester and Basingstoke (Winchester Diocese) moved to Bournemouth and Winchester respectively
2002 Bromley (Rochester Diocese) renamed Bromley & Bexley
2005 Wisbech (Ely Diocese) discontinued; Huntingdon and Ely (Ely Diocese) renamed Huntingdon & Wisbech and Cambridge respectively; Southwell Diocese renamed Southwell & Nottingham; Scandinavia (Diocese in Europe) renamed Germany & Northern Europe 123
2006 Royal Air Force created 124
2008 Lewisham (Southwark Diocese) renamed Lewisham & Greenwich
2009 Salford created in Manchester Diocese 125
2011 Ashford created in Canterbury Diocese 126
2013 Southend (Chelmsford Diocese) moved to Chelmsford; Barking, Southend and Stansted created in Chelmsford Diocese; Boston created in Lincoln Diocese 130
2014 All archdeaconries within the abolished dioceses of Ripon & Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield (Bradford, Craven, Halifax, Leeds, Pontefract, Richmond) moved to new merged Leeds Diocese; Craven (Leeds Diocese) discontinued; Richmond (Leeds Diocese) renamed Richmond & Craven; Dorchester created in Oxford Diocese; Lewes & Hastings (Chichester Diocese) renamed Hastings; Brighton & Lewes created in Chichester Diocese; Generous Giving & Stewardship created in York Diocese 132
2015 Knowsley & Sefton and Wigan & West Lancashire created in Liverpool Diocese; Warrington (Liverpool Diocese) renamed St Helens & Warrington; Mission Resources created in Leeds Diocese 135
2016 Mission Resources (Leeds Diocese) discontinued 134
2017 Generous Giving & Stewardship (York Diocese) discontinued 133
2019 Rural Mission created in St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocese 134

See also

Resignations and retirements

Notes

  1. ^ The date the person first became (was collated) an archdeacon.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Also a canon residentiary of (one of) their diocese's cathedral(s).
  3. ^ Allain Chapman was initially collated as "an archdeacon", while the formalities of creating her new archdeaconry were completed; she was then collated Archdeacon of Boston on 15 November 2013.[35]
  4. ^ Kelham has taken on the full archidiaconal role but is called "acting" archdeacon solely because she is older than the Church's mandatory retirement age.[100]
  5. ^ Astin is to become (additionally) Assistant Archdeacon of Croydon.[112]

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