James Chapman (bishop)

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The Rt. Rev. James Chapman D.D. (died 1879)[1] was the first Bishop of Colombo (Anglican), in Sri Lanka (then named Ceylon), serving from 1845 to 1861.[2] He was a fellow of King's College, Cambridge, and also attended Eton. Rt. Rev. James Chapman founded S. Thomas' College, Mutwal[3][4]

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