Richard Bowchier

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Richard Bowchier was the Archdeacon of Lewes from 1693 until 1723. [1] He was also known as an antiquarian. [2]

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References

  1. ”Chichester Diocese Clergy Lists:Clergy succession from the earliest times to the year 1900" Hennessy,G: London, St Peter's Press, 1900
  2. Johnstone, Hilda (March 1946). "Richard Bowchier, Archdeacon and Antiquary". History. 31 (New Series) (113): 1–8. JSTOR   24402579.
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Joseph Sayer
Archdeacon of Lewes
16931723
Succeeded by
James Williamson