Anthony James (Tony) Comber(born 20 April 1927) was Archdeacon of Leeds from 1982 to 1992.
He was Vicar of Oulton from 1960 to 1969; and then of Hunslet from 1969 to 1977. He was Rector of Farnley from 1977 to 1982.
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Frank Valentine Weston was Bishop of Knaresborough from 1997 until his death.
James Harold Bell is a retired British Anglican bishop. He was the area Bishop of Ripon in the Diocese of Leeds.
The Archdeacon of Leeds, previously Archdeacon of Ripon, is a senior ecclesiastical officer within the Diocese of Leeds. As such he or she is responsible for the disciplinary supervision of the clergy within the four deaneries making up the archdeaconry of Leeds. Until 2014, the post was in the Diocese of Ripon.
His Honour James Booth, was a British Judge and a Liberal Party politician.
Sir Harold Basil Houldsworth, 2nd Baronet was a British anæsthetist and Liberal Party politician.
Charles Leonard Booth, was a British diplomat in the second half of the Twentieth century.
Donald Mackenzie Maynard Bartlett was an Anglican priest and author.
Herbert Lovell Clarke was Archdeacon of Leeds from 1940 until 1950.
Charles Ottley Ellison was Archdeacon of Leeds from 1950 to 1969.
Alfred Charles Page was Archdeacon of Leeds from 1969 to 1981.
Paul Denis Gregory Hooper was Archdeacon of Leeds from 2012 until 30 October 2016.
John Neville Perry was an English Anglican priest who served as the Archdeacon of Middlesex from 1975 until 1982.
Michael Edson is a British Church of England priest; he was Archdeacon of Leicester from 1994 to 2002.
The Venerable (Anthony) Basil Carter was Archdeacon of Cleveland from 1938 until his death.
The Ven Kenneth Unwin was Archdeacon of Pontefract from 1991 until 1992.
The Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) is the most senior advisor on nursing matters in a government. There are CNOs in the United Kingdom who are appointed to advise their respective governments: Her Majesty's Government, the Northern Ireland Executive, the Scottish Government, and the Welsh Government. Each CNO is assisted by one or more Deputy Chief Nursing Officers, and are complemented by a Chief Medical Officer.