Archdeacon of Ross

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The Archdeacon of Ross was the only archdeacon in the medieval Diocese of Ross, acting as a deputy of the Bishop of Ross. The following is a list of archdeacons:

List of archdeacons of Ross[edit]

  • Robert, x 1223-1249 x 1250[1]
  • Robert de Fyvie, x 1269-1275[2]
  • John de Musselburgh, fl. 1279
  •  ?
  • Alexander Stewart, x 1343-1350[2]
  • Thomas de Urquhart, x 1358-1365 x 1376
  • Alexander Man, x 1376-1381[3]
  • Alexander de Waghorn, 1381 x 1398-1398[2]
  • David Seton, x 1399-1418 x 1422
  • John de Inchmartin, 1409-1421 x 1422
  • Andrew Munro, 1422-1451 x 1454
  • Alexander Seton, fl. 1424 x 1430
  • William Ross, 1451 x 1454-1455
  • Richard Forbes, 1455-1460
  • Patrick Vaus, 1460-1466
  • Alexander Stewart, fl. 1472
  • Gilbert MacDowell, x 1480
  • Donald MacCulloch, fl. 1480
  • David Lichton, 1483-1484
  • Richard Muirhead, 1484-1488 x 1492
  • John Scherar, fl. 1492-1506
  • Robert Elphinstone, fl. 1510
  • Mungo (Kentigern) Monypenny, fl. 1537-1545
  • Donald Fraser, 1545 x 1546-1572 x 1573
  • Robert Graham, 1573-1598 x 1602
  • George Graham, 1602
  • John MacKenzie, 1602-1636 x 1642

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Became Bishop of Ross.
  2. ^ a b c Became Bishop of Ross.
  3. ^ Became Bishop of Caithness.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Watt, D.E.R., Fasti Ecclesiae Scotinanae Medii Aevi ad annum 1638, 2nd Draft, (St Andrews, 1969), pp. 285-7

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