Archdeacon of Hackney

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The Archdeacon of Hackney is a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Diocese of London. [1] As such, he or she is responsible for the disciplinary supervision of the clergy [2] within its three area deaneries: Hackney, Islington and Tower Hamlets. [3]

The archdeaconry was created from London archdeaconry by Order-in-Council on 2 March 1951; at its erection it consisted of the rural deaneries of Bethnal Green, of Hackney and Stoke Newington, of Islington, of Poplar and of Stepney. [4]

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