|Bishop of Zululand|
|Born||December 26, 1837|
Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk, United Kingdom
|Died||October 22, 1914 76) (aged|
Thomas Edward Wilkinson (1837−1914) was an Anglican bishopin the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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He was born in 1837, and educated at Bury St Edmunds, King's College London and Jesus College, Cambridge.Ordained in 1861, after a curacy at St Mary, Cavendish he was vicar of Rickinghall. In 1870 he became the inaugural Bishop of Zululand, a post he held until 1880. On his return to England he was vicar of St Michael Caerhays then coadjutor bishop of London for North and Central Europe. He died on 22 October 1914.
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