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William Otter
William Otter
Bust of William Otter in Chichester Cathedral
Bust of William Otter in Chichester Cathedral

William Otter (23 October 1768 – 20 August 1840) was the first Principal of King's College, London, who later served as Bishop of Chichester.[1] He was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge where he was later made a fellow.[2] He was appointed Principal of the newly established King's College, London, in 1831, and held the post until 1836 when he was appointed Bishop of Chichester. Otter established a small college to train schoolmasters in 1840, which was rebuilt in his memory in 1849 as Bishop Otter College, now the main Bishop Otter Campus of the University of Chichester.[3]

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William Otter was born at Cuckney, Nottinghamshire on 23 October 1768, the son of Dorothy née Wright (died 1772) and Rev. Edward Otter. On 3 July 1804 in Leatherhead, Surrey he married Nancy Sadleir Bruère, granddaughter of George Bruere, British Governor of Bermuda. They had three sons and five daughters:

After Jacqueline's death Alexander married Isabella Strange (1816–1878) daughter of Sir Thomas Strange. Their children were:


  1. ^ "The first Principals of King's College London". Retrieved 30 November 2008.
  2. ^ "Otter, William (OTR785W)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
  3. ^ "Otter, William (1768–1840), bishop of Chichester". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/20935. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
  4. ^ Burke, Bernard (1871). A genealogical and heraldic history of the colonial gentry. 1. London: Harrison. p. 35.
  5. ^ Letter of Midshipman William Otter
  6. ^ Trotter, Coutts (1899). "Trotter, Coutts (DNB00)" . In Lee, Sidney (ed.). Dictionary of National Biography. 57. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
Academic offices
Preceded by
New position
Principal of King's College London
Succeeded by
Hugh James Rose
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Edward Maltby
Bishop of Chichester
Succeeded by
Philip Nicholas Shuttleworth
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