Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham
The Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham is a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Diocese of Sheffield, responsible for the disciplinary supervision of the clergy within the six area deaneries.
In 1884 the Archdeaconry of Sheffield, consisting of the rural Deaneries of Sheffield, Handsworth, Ecclesford, Rotherham and Wath, was created within the Diocese of York from part of the York archdeaconry. 
In 1913 the deanery of Wath was split off to form part of the new Archdeaconry of Doncaster.
In 1942 the deaneries of Sheffield and Handsworth were abolished and replaced by the deaneries of Attercliffe, Ecclesall, Hallam, Laughton and Tankersley.
The current (2014) six deaneries comprise Attercliffe, Ecclesall, Ecclesfield, Hallam, Laughton and Rotherham.
List of archdeacons
- Blakeney was the first archdeacon after the archdeaconry was created in 1884.
- 1884–1895: John Blakeney
- 1895–1896: Henry Favell
- 1896–1912: John Eyre
- 1912–1920: Herbert Jones (afterwards Bishop of Kampala, 1920)
- In 1914, the new Sheffield diocese was created from Sheffield and Doncaster archdeaconries.
- 1920–1922: Charles Carre (afterwards Bishop of Coventry, 1922)
- 1922-1931: Russell Darbyshire (afterwards Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, 1931}
- 1931–1933: Alfred Jarvis
- 1933: Alexander Doull
- 1934–1938: Alfred Jarvis (again)
- 1938–1943: William Baker
- 1943–1957: Douglas Harrison (afterwards Dean of Bristol,1957)
- 1958–1962: Robin Woods (afterwards Dean of Windsor, 1962}
- 1963–1978: Hayman Johnson
- 1978–1987: Michael Paton
- 1988–1999: Stephen Lowe
- In 1999, the name of the archdeaconry was changed to Sheffield and Rotherham.
- 1999–2009: Richard Blackburn (afterwards Bishop of Warrington, 2009}
- 2010–2013: Martyn Snow (afterwards Bishop of Tewkesbury, 2013}
- 2013–present: Malcolm Chamberlain
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- The London Gazette: . 18 February 1913. Retrieved 5 March 2013.
- The London Gazette: . 23 January 1914. Retrieved 4 March 2012.
- The London Gazette: . 16 October 1942. Retrieved 12 April 2014.