Archdeacon of Tonbridge

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The Archdeacon of Tonbridge is a senior ecclesiastical officer in charge of the Archdeaconry of Tonbridge in the Church of England Diocese of Rochester. The archdeaconry was created from Rochester archdeaconry by Order in Council on 4 April 1906. [1]

The archdeaconry covers 6 deaneries, namely Malling, Paddock Wood, Sevenoaks, Shoreham, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells. [2]

List of archdeacons

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