Thomas Chamberlayne (priest)

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Thomas Chamberlayne, D.D [1] was Dean of Bristol [2] from 1739 to 1757. [3]

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  1. The Annals of Bristol in the Eighteenth Century, 1721-1750
  2. "Magnae Britanniae Notitia, Or, The Present State of Great-Britain" p26: London, Longman, 1748
  3. British History On-line
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Samuel Creswicke
Dean of Bristol
Succeeded by
William Warburton