John Lambe (priest)

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John Lambe (b London 30 December 1649; d Ely 10 August 1708) was an Anglican Dean at the end of the 16th Century and the beginning of the 17th.[1]

Lambe was educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.[2] He was Rector of Wheathampstead[3] from 1673 and Dean of Ely from 1693, holding both positions until his death. He was also a Chaplain to William III of England

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Church of England titles
Preceded by
John Spencer
Dean of Ely
1693–1707
Succeeded by
Charles Roderick