Edward Bigge

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Edward Thomas Bigge (19 October 1807 – 3 April 1844) [1] was an English cleric, the first appointee to the revived role of Archdeacon of Lindisfarne. [2]

He was the son of Charles William Bigge, [3] educated at University College, Oxford [4] and ordained in 1834. [5] A Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, [6] he was only an Archdeacon for two years. [7]

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  2. The Morning Post (London, England), Tuesday, September 20, 1842; Issue 22362
  3. Sir Bernard Burke (1853). Index to Burke's dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland. Colburn and Company. p. 420.
  4. "The British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review and Eccleiastical Record" Vol 11 p505: LOndon, Rivington, 1832
  5. Ordinations Oxford 'Jackson's Oxford Journal' (Oxford, England), Saturday, May 31, 1834; Issue 4231
  6. 'UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL INTELLIGENCE' The Standard (London, England), Friday, April 19, 1839; Issue 4627
  7. Deaths The Times (London, England), Saturday, Apr 06, 1844; pg. 7; Issue 18577
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