The Most Reverend
| Archbishop of Dublin |
Primate of Ireland
|Church||Church of Ireland|
|Diocese||Dublin and Glendalough|
|Appointed||14 February 1682|
|Ordination||27 January 1661|
by Jeremy Taylor
|Consecration||22 December 1667|
by Thomas Price
|Born||23 October 1626|
|Died||16 November 1693 67)(aged|
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Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh (1673-1682)
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He had previously been Dean of Connor (1660–1661), Dean of Armagh (1661–1667), Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoe and Kilmore and Ardagh. He married Mary, the daughter of Bishop Jeremy Taylor. [ citation needed ]Their son, Dr. Jeremy Marsh (1667 – 3 June 1734) was the Dean of Kilmore.
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|Church of Ireland titles|
| Dean of Connor |
| Dean of Armagh |
| Bishop of Limerick, Ardfert and Aghadoe |
| Bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh |
| Archbishop of Dublin |
May 1682–December 1693
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