Thomas Hayley

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The Very Rev Thomas Hayley was the Dean of Chichester from 1735 to 1739.

He was from Cleobury and matriculated from All Souls College in 1698. A Prebendary of Chichester from 1705 to 1735 he was Rector of Dry Drayton from 1718 to 1724; then Vicar of Amport, Hampshire. He died on 12 August, 1739.[1]


Church of England titles
Preceded by
John Newey
Dean of Chichester
Succeeded by
James Hargraves