David Willoughby

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David Albert Willoughby[1] (8 February 1931 – 17 June 1998) was an Anglican priest. He was the Archdeacon of Man in the Church of England from 1982 to 1996.[2]

Willoughby was educated at Bradford Grammar School and Durham University. He was ordained in 1958 and was a curate in Shipley and then Barnoldswick. He held incumbencies at Bracewell and then New Moston. Moving to the Isle of Man he was successively Vicar of Marown,[3] Rural Dean of Douglas and Archdeacon of Man.


Church of England titles
Preceded by
Arthur Clague
Archdeacon of Man
Succeeded by
Brian Partington