List of archdeacons of Manchester
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The archdeaconry of Manchester, unusually, was established (on 29 September 1843) a few years before the bishopric of Manchester (in 1847). It was therefore initially, for the time being, established in the Diocese of Chester.
|Robert Master||1854||1867||died in office|
|Richard Durnford||1867||1870||Bishop of Chichester, 1870–1895|
|George Anson||1870||1890||son of Sir William Anson, 1st Baronet|
|James Maurice Wilson||1890||1905|
|Foster Blackburne||1905||1909||died in office|
|John Wright||1909||1909||Archbishop of Sydney, 1909–1933|
|Willoughby Allen||1909||1916||Archdeacon of Blackburn, 1916–1920|
|Noel Aspinall||1919 or earlier||1934||died in office|
|Selwyn Bean||1934||1966||grandson of New Zealand prime minister Richard John Seddon|
|Hetley Price||?||1972||Bishop of Doncaster, 1972–1975; Bishop of Ripon, 1976–1977|
|Arthur Ballard||1972||1980||Archdeacon of Rochdale, 1966–1972|
|Reginald Brian Harris||1980||1998|
|Mark Ashcroft||24 May 2009||present|
- The London Gazette: . 29 September 1843. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
- died in office 1934 according to William Hulme's Grammar School; the other reference cited for him documents him being in office in 1919 and in 1927/28
- [Blain Bibliographical Directory of Anglican clergy in the South Pacific his mother was Jane Anne (Jennie) Seddon, eldest daughter of the prime minister.