|Bishop of Bermuda|
|Diocese||Anglican Church of Bermuda|
|Born||20 February 1901|
Garston, Lancashire, UK
|Died||13 August 1976 75)(aged|
|Previous post(s)|| Bishop of Jerusalem |
Bishop of London
Bishop of Peterborough
Bishop of Fulham
|Alma mater||Hertford College, Oxford|
Robert Wright Stopford, KCVO , CBE (20 February 1901 – 13 August 1976) was a British Anglican bishop.
Stopford was born in Garston, Merseyside (then in Lancashire), and educated at Coatham School in Redcar and Liverpool College, where he was Head of House (Littler's). He continued his education at Hertford College, Oxford, where he graduated with a Master of Arts degree. At Oxford he obtained first classes in classical honour moderations (1922) and modern history (1924). He was subsequently an Honorary Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford, and a Fellow of King's College London. He received a Doctor of Divinity degree from the University of London and a Doctor of Civil Law degree from the University of Durham. Stopford was married with two children.
During his tenure as Bishop of London, Stopford formalised the system of assigning districts to the oversight of suffragans, adapted the diocese's organisation to the 1964 creation of Greater London,  and initiated the 1970 experimental area scheme. 
Bishop Stopford's School in Enfield and Bishop Stopford School in Kettering are named after him. A boarding house, Stopford House, at Achimota School in Accra, Ghana, was named in his honour. He was appointed KCVO in 1973, shortly before he retired as Bishop of London
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