John Dauglish

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This article is about the Anglican Colonial Bishop. For the 19th Century Physician, Sanitarian, and founder of the Aerated Bread Company and its A.B.C. Tea Shops, see Aerated Bread Company.

John Dauglish was an Anglican[1] colonial bishop[2] in the mid 20th century.[3]

Born 19 October 1879 and educated at St Edward's School, Oxford[4] and St John's College, Oxford [5] he was ordained in 1902.[6] After a short spell as a Curate he was to spend the next 19 years as a Royal Naval Chaplain.[7] In 1924 he was appointed Rector of Lympstone.In 1931 he was appointed Bishop of Nassau,[8] resigning a decade later.[9] He died on 1 November 1952.[10]


  1. ^ National Archives
  2. ^ Time Magazine
  3. ^ Bahamas uncensored
  4. ^ Who was Who 1987-1990: London, A & C Black, 1991 ISBN 0-7136-3457-X
  5. ^ The Times, Saturday, 4 Aug 1900; pg. 12; Issue 36212; col E University Intelligence
  6. ^ ”The Clergy List” London, Kelly’s, 1913
  7. ^ BRRAM
  8. ^ The Times, Friday, 9 Oct 1931; pg. 12; Issue 45949; col E New Bishop of Nassau
  9. ^ Anglican church in the Bahamas
  10. ^ Obituary The Rt. Rev. J. Dauglish The Times Monday, 3 Nov 1952; pg. 8; Issue 52459; col E
Religious titles
Preceded by
Roscow George Shedden
Bishop of Nassau
1932 –1942
Succeeded by
Spence Burton