John Daly (bishop)
During the Second World War, Daly also served as a District Scout commissioner. In 1944 he led the Gambian contingent attending a Jamboree at Katibougou in the French Sudan (now Mali), jointly organised for Francophone and Anglophone Boy Scouts.
Daly's appointment to Korea followed the Korean War of 1950 to 1953, leaving him with major challenges for his mission. Most contact with North Korea was severed, and the country faced huge economic, political and social problems. He was enthroned at the Cathedral Church of St Mary and St Nicholas, Seoul, on 17 January 1956.
In 1965, the Diocese of Korea was divided into two when Paul Ch’on-Hwan Li (Paul Lee, the first Korean bishop of the Anglican Church in Korea) was consecrated as Bishop of Seoul and Daly was sent to become Bishop of Taejon.
- Church of England priest, 1923
- Bishop of Gambia and Guinea (or Gambia and the Rio Pongas), 1935–1951
- Bishop of Accra, 1951–1955
- Bishop of Korea, 1956–1965
- Bishop of Taejon, 1965–1968
- The Cambridge University List of Members up to 31 December 1988
- The Diocese of Gambia and the Rio Pongas, 1935-1951: Its Origins and Early History by S. H. M. Jones
- Ghana and the Church in West Africa at s-clements.org Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine.
- Korean Mission Records
- John Center, Korea
|Church of England titles|
| Bishop of Gambia and the Rio Pongas
1935 – 1951
Roderic Norman Coote
John Orfeur Aglionby
| Bishop of Accra
1951 – 1955
Reginald Richard Roseveare
Alfred Cecil Cooper
| Bishop in Korea
1955 – 1965
| Bishop of Taejon
1965 – 1968
Cecil Richard Rutt
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