Theophilus Blakely

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Theophilus Blakely was an Irish Anglican priest: he was Dean of Connor[1] from 1811 to 1824; Dean of Achonry from 1824 to 1839;[2] and Dean of Down from then[3] until his death on 1 December 1855.[4]


  1. ^ Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 89, Part 1 p7 (1819)
  2. ^ Fasti Ecclesiæ Hibernicæ: The Succession of the Prelates Volume 4
  3. ^ ” Down Cathedral: The Church of Saint Patrick of Down” p126: Rankin F (Belfast Ulster Historical Foundation, 1997 ISBN 0901905860)
  4. ^ Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries The Morning Post (London, England), Saturday, December 15, 1855; pg. 8; Issue 25569
Church of Ireland titles
Preceded by
Thomas Graves
Dean of Connor
Succeeded by
Henry Leslie
Preceded by
William Greene
Dean of Achonry
Succeeded by
Edward Newenham Hoare
Preceded by
Thomas Span Plunket
Dean of Down
Succeeded by
Thomas Best Woodward