Arthur Chandler (bishop)
Born in 1860, he was educated at Marlborough and University College, Oxford, and ordained in 1883. He began his career as Chaplain to Brasenose College, Oxford, where he was also tutor and elected a Fellow. Later, he was chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury. He was Rector of Poplar from 1891 until late 1901 when he was appointed to the Episcopate. He was enthroned in the Cathedral, Cape Town on 2 February 1902, and arrived at his see shortly thereafter.
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- "Ecclesiastical intelligence". The Times (36645). London. 23 December 1901. p. 4.
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- "A history of Christianity in Petersfield: the stories of the local churches": Petersfield, Petersfield Area Historical Society, 2001 Monograph No 4 ISSN 0262-5970
- Obituary Bishop Chandler The Times Tuesday, Nov 07, 1939; pg. 10; Issue 48456; col D
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