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Richard Beadon

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Richard Beadon

Bishop of Bath and Wells
Richard Beadon Abbott.jpg
Richard Beadon by Lemuel Francis Abbott
DioceseDiocese of Bath and Wells
In office1802–1824
PredecessorCharles Moss
SuccessorGeorge Henry Law
Other postsBishop of Gloucester (1789–1802)
Personal details
Born(1737-04-15)15 April 1737
Died21 April 1824(1824-04-21) (aged 87)
NationalityBritish
DenominationAnglican
EducationBlundell's School
Alma materSt John's College, Cambridge

Richard Beadon (15 April 1737 – 21 April 1824) was Master of Jesus College, Cambridge 1781–1789 and later Vice-Chancellor of the University, Bishop of Gloucester and Bishop of Bath and Wells.

Life

Beadon was born at Pinkworthy in Devon, son of the Rev. Robert Beadon, Rector of Oakford. He was educated at Blundell's School and admitted to St John's College, Cambridge in 1754. He was eighth Wrangler and Senior Chancellor's Medallist in 1758.[1]

He married Rachel, granddaughter of Bishop Gooch, of Ely, and had one son, Richard.

It is said he was admirable both as Master and Vice-Chancellor, and a very handsome man. His portrait survives in the College.

Career

References

  1. ^ "Beadon, Richard (BDN754R)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
Academic offices
Preceded by
William Barford
Cambridge University Orator
1768–1778
Succeeded by
William Pearce
Preceded by
Lynford Caryl
Master of Jesus College, Cambridge
1781–1789
Succeeded by
William Pearce
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Samuel Hallifax
Bishop of Gloucester
1789–1802
Succeeded by
George Huntingford
Preceded by
Charles Moss
Bishop of Bath and Wells
1802–1824
Succeeded by
George Henry Law
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