George Gordon (priest)

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George Gordon (1760–1845) was an English Anglican priest, Dean of Exeter between 1809 and 1810; [1] and of Lincoln from then until his death on 2 August 1845. [2]

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References

  1. Ursula Radford (1955). "An Introduction to the Deans of Exeter". Report & Transactions of the Devonshire Association 87: 1–24.
  2. PREFERMENTS Jackson's Oxford Journal (Oxford, England), Saturday, 9 August 1845; Issue 4815.
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Charles Talbot
Dean of Exeter
18091810
Succeeded by
John Garnett
Preceded by
Richard Kaye
Dean of Lincoln
18101845
Succeeded by
John Ward