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


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