Archdeacon of West Cumberland

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The Archdeacon of West Cumberland is responsible for the archdeaconry of West Cumberland, one of three administrative divisions of the Church of England (Anglican) Diocese of Carlisle. The archdeaconry was created (mostly from the Archdeaconry of Westmorland but with a little territory from Furness and Carlisle archdeaconries) by Order-in-Council on 7 August 1959. [1]

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The archdeaconry was erected in 1959; Pugh was the first archdeacon.

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