James Stillingfleet

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The Very Rev James Stillingfleet was the Dean of Worcester from 1726 until his death in 1746.

He was the son of Edward Stillingfleet, Bishop of Worcester from 1689 to 1699.[1] Educated at Wadham College, Oxford, he was Rector of Hartlebury[2] and became a canon of Worcester in 1698.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Archives
  2. ^ “The old order book of Hartlebury Grammar School, 1556-1752” Robertson,D: Oxford, Worcestershire Historical Society, 1904
  3. ^ ”Bishops & Deans of Worcester” Green,B: Worcester, Worcester Cathedral, 1979
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Francis Hare
Dean of Worcester
1726–1746
Succeeded by
Edmund Marten