Daniel Sandford (bishop of Edinburgh)

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The Right Reverend
Daniel Sandford
M.A., D.D.
Bishop of Edinburgh
Church Scottish Episcopal Church
Diocese Edinburgh
In office 1806–1830
Predecessor William Abernethy Drummond
Successor James Walker
Orders
Ordination 1790 (Deacon); 1791 (Priest)
Consecration 9 February 1809
by Bishops Skinner, Watson, and Jolly
Personal details
Born 1766
Delville, near Dublin, Ireland
Died 14 January 1830 (aged c. 63-64)
Edinburgh, Scotland
Nationality Irish
Denomination Anglican
Parents Reverend Daniel Sandford and Sarah Chapone
Spouse Helen Frances Catherine Douglas
Children seven children

Daniel Sandford, M.A., D.D. (1766 – 14 January 1830) was an Irish-born Anglican clergyman who served in the Scottish Episcopal Church as the Bishop of Edinburgh from 1806 until 1830.

Background[edit]

Sandford was born in 1766 at Delville, near Dublin, Ireland, the son of Reverend Daniel Sandford and Sarah Chapone.

Career[edit]

At Edinburgh, in 1792, he became minister of a Qualified Episcopal congregation for whom the Charlotte Chapel, Edinburgh was built in 1797. He graduated from Oxford University in 1802 with a Doctor of Divinity (D.D). He joined the Episcopal Church of Scotland in 1803, and was ordained bishop of Edinburgh in 1806.[1]

Family[edit]

Sandford married Helen Frances Catherine Douglas, on 11 October 1790. They had seven children, including:[2]

Sandford died on 14 January 1830 at Edinburgh.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ www.christianasbookshelf.com
  2. ^ a b The Peerage – Rt. Rev. Daniel Sandford
  3. ^ Ruvigny & Raineval, The Marquis of, The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal - The Mortimer Percy Volume, Part 1, London , 1911, p.186-7.

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Anglican Communion titles
Preceded by
William Abernethy Drummond
Bishop of Edinburgh
1806 –1830
Succeeded by
James Walker