Henry Fosbrooke

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Henry Leonard Fosbrooke (11 September 1876[1] – 10 March 1950[2]) was an Anglican priest[3] in the 20th century.[4]

He was educated at Clare College, Cambridge and ordained in 1900.[5] After curacies in Carlinghow and West Didsbury[6] he held incumbencies in Pendleton, North Somercotes,[7] St Michael's on Wyre[8] before his appointment as Archdeacon of Blackburn; and Lytham St Annes afterwards[9] when he was Archdeacon of Lancaster

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Church of England titles
Preceded by
Atherton Gwillym Rawstorne
Archdeacon of Blackburn
1935–1936
Succeeded by
Richard Newman
Preceded by
Phipps John Hornby
Archdeacon of Lancaster
1936–1950
Succeeded by
Benjamin Pollard

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