Talk:John Saxbee

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I cannot give any higher because there are three sources and limited content. 95jb14 (talk) 19:50, 10 June 2009 (UTC), a member of WikiProject Lincolnshire.

Update needed[edit]

Having been surprised to read Dr Saxbee writing in the St David's Diocese newspaper when visiting Wales today (I lived under him when he was Bishop of Ludlow in Shropshire), I have updated that he is now Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of St David's, citing the article. As to dates, I wonder if it is mentioned in the current Crockford's? Those with easier access than I to Crockford's (available online to subscribers) may also like to check up if some of the positions listed are still held by him; I understand Visitor to Eton College was ex-officio with the Lincoln Bishopric as the school was in the Lincoln Diocese when founded.Cloptonson (talk) 19:27, 21 April 2016 (UTC)

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