Bishop of Bermuda

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The Bishop of Bermuda is an episcopal title given to the ordinary of the Anglican Church of Bermuda,[1] one of six extra-provincial Anglican churches within the Church of England overseen by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The present Bishop is the Right Reverend Nicholas Dill.

List of the Bishops of Bermuda[edit]

Tenure Incumbent Notes
1925 to 1948 Arthur Heber Browne (1864–1951)
1949 to 1956 John Arthur Jagoe (1889–1962).
1956 to 1963 Anthony Lewis Elliott Williams (1892–1975).
1963 to 1970 John Armstrong, Bishop of Bermuda (1905–1992).
1970 to 1976 Eric Joseph Trapp (1910–1993).
1976 Robert Wright Stopford (1901–1976)
1977 to 1982 Anselm Genders (1919–2008)
1983 no appointment
1984 to 1989 Christopher Charles Luxmoore (1926-2014)
1990 to 1996 William John Denbigh Down (b 1936)
1996 to 2008 Ewen Ratteray [2] (b. 1942)
2009 to 2012 Patrick White (b. 1943)
2013 to Present Nicholas Dill (b. 1963)

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