Bishop of Repton

The Bishop of Repton is an episcopal title used by a suffragan bishop of the Church of England Diocese of Derby, in the Province of Canterbury, England.[1] The title takes its name after Repton, a large village in Derbyshire.

List of bishops

Bishops of Repton
From Until Incumbent Notes
1965 1977 Warren Hunt
1977 1985 Stephen Verney
1985 1999 Henry Richmond
1999 2007 David Hawtin
2007 2015 Humphrey Southern [2] became Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon from 1 April 2015[3]
2016 present Jan McFarlane since 29 June 2016 consecration.[4][5]

References

  1. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory (100th ed.). London: Church House Publishing. 2007. p. 948. ISBN 978-0-7151-1030-0.
  2. ^ Meet your Bishops: Rt Rev'd Humphrey Southern Archived May 17, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 10 June 2008.
  3. ^ Ripon College Cuddeson – Appointment of new Principal (Accessed 18 November 2014)
  4. ^ Diocese of Derby — The Bishop of Repton (Accessed 26 February 2016)
  5. ^ Twitter — Adrian Harris (Accessed 29 June 2016)

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Archdeacon of Norwich

The Archdeacon of Norwich is a senior ecclesiastical officer in the Church of England Diocese of Norwich, who exercises supervision of clergy and responsibility for church buildings within the geographical area of her or his archdeaconry.

Bishop of Derby

The Bishop of Derby is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of Derby in the Province of Canterbury.The diocese was formed from part of the Diocese of Southwell in 1927 under George V and roughly covers the county of Derbyshire. Before this time however there had been two bishops suffragan of Derby whilst the town was still within the Diocese of Southwell.

The bishop's seat (cathedra) or see is located in the City of Derby at Derby Cathedral – formerly the parish church of All Saints, which was elevated to cathedral status in 1927. The bishop's residence is the Bishop's House, Duffield.

The current bishop is Libby Lane, since the confirmation on 11 February 2019 of her election.

David Hawtin

David Christopher Hawtin (born 7 June 1943) was the fourth Bishop of Repton from 1999 to 2006; and from then on an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Sheffield.

Diocese of Derby

The Diocese of Derby is a Church of England diocese in the Province of Canterbury, roughly covering the same area as the County of Derbyshire. Its diocesan bishop is the Bishop of Derby whose seat (cathedra) is at Derby Cathedral. The diocesan bishop is assisted by one suffragan bishop, the Bishop of Repton.

Hawtin

Hawtin is a surname and may refer to:

Aidan Hawtin (born 1995), English footballer

Craig Hawtin (born 1970), English footballer

David Hawtin (born 1943), the fourth Bishop of Repton from 1999 to 2006

Ian Hawtin (born 1966), English cricketer

Jane Hawtin, Canadian television and radio personality

Melanie Hawtin (born 1988), Canadian 1.5 point wheelchair basketball player

Rawlins Hawtin, English cricketer active from 1902 to 1930

Richie Hawtin (born 1970), English-Canadian electronic musician and DJ

Roger Hawtin, English cricketer active from 1901 to 1908

William Hawtin, English cricketer active from 1929 to 1948

Henry Richmond

Henry Richmond may refer to:

Henry Richmond (bishop) (1936–2017), Bishop of Repton

Henry Richmond (activist), American director of the land use watchdog group 1000 Friends of Oregon

Henry Robert Richmond (1829–1890), New Zealand politician and farmer

Henry of Richmond, Henry VII of England

Henry Richmond (bishop)

Francis Henry Arthur Richmond (6 January 1936 – 16 March 2017) was the third Bishop of Repton from 1985 to 1999; and from then on, in retirement, an honorary assistant bishop within the Diocese of Oxford.

Richmond was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Ordained in 1964, he began his career with a curacy at Woodlands, in Yorkshire. after which he was: a Chaplain at Sheffield Cathedral; Vicar of St George's, Sheffield (during which time he was also a University Chaplain

); and finally, before his elevation to the Episcopate, Warden of Lincoln Theological College. He was ordained and consecrated a bishop (thereby taking up his suffragan See) on 30 January 1986, by Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, at Southwark Cathedral. After 14 years as the Derby Suffragan he retired to Oxford in 1999.

He died on 16 March 2017 at the age of 81.

Humphrey Southern

Humphrey Ivo John Southern (born 17 September 1960) is a British Anglican bishop. From 2007 to 2015, he was Bishop of Repton, a suffragan bishop in the Diocese of Derby. In April 2015 he was appointed Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon, an Anglican theological college.

Jan McFarlane

Janet Elizabeth "Jan" McFarlane (born 25 November 1964) is a British Church of England bishop and former Speech and Language Therapist. She has been the Bishop of Repton (the suffragan bishop of the Diocese of Derby) since her consecration as a bishop on 29 June 2016; and additionally Acting Bishop of Derby since 31 August 2018. She was previously Diocesan Director of Communications in the Diocese of Norwich from 1999 and Archdeacon of Norwich from 2009.

Libby Lane

Elizabeth Jane Holden "Libby" Lane (born 8 December 1966) is a British Anglican bishop. Since February 2019, she has served as Bishop of Derby in the Church of England, the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Derby. From January 2015 to 2019, she was the Bishop of Stockport, a suffragan bishop in the Diocese of Chester. She was the first woman to be appointed as a bishop by the Church of England, after its General Synod voted in July 2014 to allow women to become bishops. Her consecration took place on 26 January 2015 at York Minster.

Richmond (surname)

Richmond is an English surname, and may refer to any one of the following:

Aaron Richmond (1895–1965), American impresario

Barry Richmond (1947–2002), American systems scientist

Bill Richmond (1763–1829), American–born boxer

Bill Richmond (writer), American film and television comedy writer

Bill Richmond (director) (born 1958), American television producer and director

Bonnie Richmond, fictional character in the American drama Jericho

Branscombe Richmond (born 1955), American character actor

Cedric Levon Richmond (born 1973), American politician

Charles Wallace Richmond (1868–1932), American ornithologist

Charlie Richmond (inventor) (born 1950), American sound designer

Claude Richmond, Canadian politician

Dannie Richmond (1935–1988), American jazz drummer

Danny Richmond (born 1984), American ice hockey player

David Richmond (1748–1818), American Revolutionary War soldier

Dave Richmond, British bass player

Dean Richmond (1804–1866), New York railroad magnate

Dennis Richmond (born 1943), American television news anchor

Deon Richmond (born 1978), American actor

Dorothy Kate Richmond (1861–1935), New Zealand artist

Duke of Richmond, English title, held by several individuals over the centuries

Earl of Richmond, English title, held by several individuals over the centuries

Fiona Richmond (born 1945), English glamour model and actress

Fred Richmond (born 1923), American politician

Fritz Richmond (1939–2005), American musician

George Richmond (1809–1896), English painter

Graeme Richmond (died 1991), Australian rules footballer

Henry Richmond (bishop) (born 1936), Bishop of Repton in the Church of England

Henry Robert Richmond, 19th century New Zealand farmer and politician

Herbert Richmond (1871–1946), British naval officer

Hiram Lawton Richmond (1810–1885), American politician

Howie Richmond (1918–2012), American music publisher and executive

James Buchanan Richmond (1842–1910), American politician and lawyer

James Crowe Richmond (1822–1898), New Zealand politician, engineer and artist

Jeff Richmond (born 1960), American composer

John Richmond (disambiguation), name of various individuals

Jonathan Richmond (1774–1853), American politician

Kenneth Richmond (1926–2006), British wrestler

L. Bruce Richmond (1920–2008), American businessman and politician

Marcus Richmond (born 1956), American politician

Mike Richmond (skater) (born 1960), Australian skater

Mitch Richmond (born 1965), American basketball player

Sarah Richmond (1843–1921), American teacher

Stanley Richmond fictional character in the American drama Jericho

Tim Richmond (1955–1989), American race car driver

Tom Richmond (disambiguation), name of various individuals

Van Rensselaer Richmond, New York engineer and politician

Volney Richmond (1802–1864), New York politician

Warner Richmond (1886–1948), American actor

William Richmond (1821–1895), New Zealand politician

William Richmond (physician) (1941–2010) Scottish physician

William Blake Richmond (1842–1921), English painter

William Henry Richmond (1821–1922), American coal mine operator

Sandford St Martin Trust

The Sandford St. Martin Trust is a United Kingdom-based religious charity. It was established in 1978 to promote excellence in religious broadcasting. Each year the Trust holds an awards ceremony for outstanding achievement in religious broadcasting. The awards ceremony is held at Lambeth Palace where prize money of approximately £10,000 is awarded to winners. Categories have included radio, TV, and a Local and Community Award (made in 2014). In 2015 the Sandford St Martin Trust Awards introduced a new children's category for content aimed at under-18s.

The Sandford St Martin Trust also administer a joint "Readers' Award" with the Radio Times for a programme chosen by readers of that magazine.

The Trust is administered by up to twelve trustees. The current chair is the Rt Rev'd Jan McFarlane, Bishop of Repton. Trustees include the broadcasters Roger Bolton and Torin Douglas MBE.

St Peter's Church, Stockton-on-Tees

St Peter's Church is a Church of England parish church in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham. The church is a grade II* listed building.

Stephen Verney

The Rt Rev Stephen Edmund Verney MBE (17 April 1919 – 9 November 2009) was the second Bishop of Repton from 1977 to 1985; and from then on an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Oxford. The son of Sir Harry Verney, 4th Baronet, he was born on 17 April 1919 and educated at Harrow and Balliol College, Oxford. In 1947 he married Priscilla Schwerdt and in 1950 was ordained an Anglican Priest. He began his career with a curacy at Gedling after which he was: Priest in charge of St Francis Clifton, Nottingham; Vicar of Leamington Hastings ; Diocesan Missioner for the Diocese of Coventry then finally, before his elevation to the Episcopate, a Canon Residentiary at Windsor. His first wife died in 1974 and seven years later became the first Bishop to marry a divorced woman. After 8 years as the Derby Suffragan he retired to Blewbury in 1985.

Trinity School, Carlisle

Trinity School (formerly Carlisle Grammar School) is an 11–18 mixed secondary school and sixth form with academy status in Carlisle, Cumbria, England. It is a Church of England school with strong links to Carlisle Cathedral.

Warren Hunt

Warren Hunt may refer to:

Warren Hunt (footballer) (born 1984), English professional footballer

Warren Hunt (bishop) (1909–1994), inaugural Bishop of Repton, 1965–1977

Warren Hunt (bishop)

The Rt Rev William Warren Hunt (known as Warren) was the inaugural Bishop of Repton from 1965 to 1977; and from then until his death an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Chichester. Born on 22 January 1909 he was educated at Keble College, Oxford and Ripon College Cuddesdon. In 1935 he made a sideways move to St Martin-in-the-Fields during which time he married Mollie Green: together they had four daughters. From 1940 to the end of the World War II, he was a Chaplain to the Forces after which he became Vicar of St Nicholas Radford, Coventry. He was then successively Vicar of Leamington Spa and Rural Dean of Croydon before his elevation to the Episcopate. In 1976 he announced his retirement and the following year moved to Bosham where he lived until his death on 29 September 1994.

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