|The Right Reverend
|Bishop of Massachusetts|
|Predecessor||Alexander Viets Griswold|
|Successor||Benjamin Henry Paddock|
|Ordination||by John Henry Hobart|
|Consecration||December 29, 1842|
|Born||2 February 1801
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
|Died||11 September 1872 (aged 71)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
|Buried||Mount Auburn Cemetery|
and Charlotte Browne
|Spouse||Mary Glover (d. 1855)
Mary Jean Head
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
Manton Eastburn (1801 in Leeds, England – 1872) was an Episcopal bishop. After graduation from Columbia University, he studied at the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church in the United States before ordination as deacon and priest by Bishop John Henry Hobart of the Diocese of New York. After serving at Christ Church, New York, New York, he became rector of the Church of the Ascension, New York. On December 29, 1842, he was consecrated as assistant Bishop of Massachusetts; he served as diocesan bishop on the death of Alexander Viets Griswold from 1843 until his death.
Eastburn attended the first Lambeth Conference in 1867 and was associated with the evangelical school of Episcopalian churchmanship. His tenure as diocesan bishop was marked by considerable conflict over Tractarianism both locally and nationally, particularly at the Church of the Advent in Boston.
- A Sketch-book of the American Episcopate, by Hermon Griswold Batterson
- Correspondence between the Right Reverend the Bishop of Massachusetts and the Rectors of the Parish of the Advent Boston, A.D. 1845 to A.D. 1856.
- Documents by Manton Eastburn from Project Canterbury
|Episcopal Church (USA) titles|
Alexander Viets Griswold
|Bishop of Massachusetts
Benjamin Henry Paddock