Archdeacon of Chesterfield

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The Archdeacon of Chesterfield was a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Diocese of Derby until 2022. Until 1927 the archdeaconry of Chesterfield was in the diocese of Southwell.

The Archdeacon was responsible for the disciplinary supervision of the clergy [1] within the seven area deaneries: Alfreton, Bakewell & Eyam, Bolsover & Staveley, Buxton, Chesterfield, Glossop, and Wirksworth.

The post was created in the Diocese of Southwell and from the Archdeaconry of Derby, by Order in Council on 18 October 1910; [2] it became part of Derby diocese upon the new diocese's creation on 7 July 1927 [3] and was held by the list below.

The position was removed in 2022 by a Bishop's Order.

List of archdeacons

Chesterfield archdeaconry became part of the newly created Diocese of Derby in 1927.

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