Bishop of Islington
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The title took its name after Islington, an inner-city district of London, and the only suffragan bishop, who lived at Clapton Common, was simultaneously Rector of St Andrew Undershaft. Since 1923, the title has remained in abeyance.
List of bishops of Islington
|Bishops of Islington|
|1898||1923||Charles Turner |
References and notes
- Crockford's Clerical Directory (100th ed.). London: Church House Publishing. 2007. p. 947. ISBN 978-0-7151-1030-0.
- National archive data: Fulham Papers
- At one stage Clapton was home to two Bishops, as in 1909 the Bishop of Islington also lived at 96 Clapton Common. Clapton Common memories
- Hatts, Leigh (2003). London City Churches. drawings by Paul Middleton. London: Bankside Press. ISBN 0-9545705-0-2.
- The Bishop of London has appointed C. H. Turner to the living of St. Andrew Undershaft, and at the same time make him a new suffragan, with the title of Bishop of Islington Papers pertaining to Mandell Creighton