William Hardie (archbishop of the West Indies)
The Most Rev Dr William George Hardie, CBE,  DD (20 August 1878 – 21 February 1950) was a long serving Anglican Bishop of Jamaica from 1931 until 1949; and for the last four of that time Archbishop of the West Indies.
He was born in 1878 and educated at Highgate School from 1889-1890, then at Giggleswick School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. From Ridley Hall, Cambridge he was ordained in 1902. His first posts were curacies at Holy Trinity Church, Cambridge and then Christ Church, Greenwich. Later he held incumbencies at Holy Trinity, Swansea, St John’s, Lowestoft and St Luke’s, Finchley. In 1928 he was appointed Assistant Bishop of Jamaica before promotion to be its Diocesan three years later. He died on 21 February 1950.
|Anglican Communion titles|
George Frederick Cecil de Carteret
|Bishop of Jamaica
Basil Montague Dale
Arthur Henry Anstey
|Primate of the West Indies
Alan John Knight
- London Gazette
- ed. Boreham, J.Y. Highgate School Register 1838-1938 (4th ed.). p. 143.
- “Who was Who” 1897–2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978-0-19-954087-7
- Crockford's Clerical Directory1940–41 Oxford, OUP,1941
- "Hardie, William George (HRDY897WG)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- Church website (1)
- Church website (2)
- Now demolished
- Church website (3)
- National Archives
- New Assistant Bishop Of Jamaica The Times Saturday, 31 Dec 1927; pg. 10; Issue 44778; col E
- New Bishop Of Jamaica The Times Thursday, 21 May 1931; pg. 13; Issue 45828; col F
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