Edward Glass

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Edward Brown Glass [1] was an Anglican priest: the Archdeacon of Man from 1964 until 1978.[2]

Born on 1 July 1913, he was educated at King Williams College on the island and Durham University and ordained in 1938.[3] After curacies in Rochdale and Gorton he held incumbencies at Heywood, Ramsey and Castletown before his Archdeacon’s appointment.

He died on 2 June 1995.

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Church of England titles
Preceded by
Ernest Henry Stenning
Archdeacon of Man
1964–1978
Succeeded by
Arthur Ashford Clague