Person    | Male  Born 22/11/1790  Died 15/8/1874

Charles Sumner, Bishop of Winchester

Categories: Religion

Charles Richard Sumner KG was a Church of England bishop. Consecrated  Bishop of Winchester in 1827. In 1869 he resigned his seat, but continued to live at the official residence in Farnham until his death.

Brother to John Bird Sumner, Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Charles Sumner, Bishop of Winchester

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Royal South London Dispensary for the Working Poor

This stone was laid by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge assisted by t...

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Young Men's Christian Association

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Commissioner Nancy Roberts

Commissioner Nancy Roberts

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St Alphege, Southwark

St Alphege, Southwark

In 1880 the church of St Alphege was built on the eastern corner of the junction of Lancaster Street and King James Street. It was dedicated in 1882. Post WW2 it went into decline and was declared ...

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