The Diocese of Ely is a Church of England diocese in the Province of Canterbury. It is headed by the Bishop of Ely, who sits at Ely Cathedral in Ely. There is one suffragan (subordinate) bishop, the Bishop of Huntingdon. The diocese now covers the modern ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire (excluding the Soke of Peterborough) and western Norfolk. The diocese was created in 1109 out of part of the Diocese of Lincoln.

Diocese of Ely
Diocese of Ely arms.svg
Armorials of Bishop of Ely: Gules, three ducal coronets or[1]
Location
Ecclesiastical provinceCanterbury
ArchdeaconriesCambridge, Huntingdon and Wisbech
Statistics
Parishes309
Churches339
Information
CathedralEly Cathedral
Current leadership
BishopStephen Conway, Bishop of Ely
SuffraganDagmar Winter, Bishop of Huntingdon
ArchdeaconsHugh McCurdy, Archdeacon of Huntingdon and Wisbech
Alex Hughes, Archdeacon of Cambridge[2]
Website
ely.anglican.org

The diocese is ancient, and the area of Ely was part of the patrimony of Saint Etheldreda. A religious house was founded in the city in 673. After her death in 679 she was buried outside the church, and her remains were later reburied inside, the foundress being commemorated as a great Anglian saint.

The diocese has had its boundaries altered various times. From an original diocese covering the historic county of Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire were added in 1837 from the Diocese of Lincoln, as was the Sudbury archdeaconry in Suffolk from the Diocese of Norwich. In 1914 Bedfordshire became part of the Diocese of St Albans, and western Suffolk became part of the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, whilst Ely took a western part of the Diocese of Norwich. Peterborough remains the seat of the Diocese of Peterborough.[3]

Today the Diocese covers an area of 1,507 square miles (3,900 km2). It has a population of 705,000 and comprises 209 benefices, 303 parishes and 335 churches with 145 stipendiary parochial clergy.

BishopsEdit

The diocesan Bishop of Ely (Stephen Conway) is assisted by a Bishop suffragan of Huntingdon (Dagmar Winter).

There are also six retired bishops living in the diocese who are licensed as honorary assistant bishops:

Alternative episcopal oversight (for parishes in the diocese which reject the ministry of priests who are women) is provided by the provincial episcopal visitor, Norman Banks, Bishop suffragan of Richborough, who is licensed as an honorary assistant bishop of the diocese to facilitate his work there.

The Bishop of Peterborough has also been commissioned as assistant bishop in the diocese so that he can exercise pastoral care in several old Huntingdonshire parishes now within the Peterborough unitary authority: including Stanground, Orton, Woodston, Yaxley and Fletton.[10][11][12][13]

Archdeaconries and deaneriesEdit

The archdeaconry of Wisbech was active from 1915 to 2005. The following changes to deaneries have taken place:

  • the deaneries of Fordham and Quy merged in 2002 to form the deanery of Fordham and Quy
  • the deaneries of Wisbech and Lynn Marshland merged in 2002 to form the deanery of Wisbech Lynn Marshland
  • the deaneries of Fincham and Feltwell were merged in 2004 to form the deanery of Fincham and Feltwell.
  • the deaneries of Shelford and Linton were merged in 2009 to form the deanery of Granta.
  • the deanery of Cambridge was split in 2006 into the deaneries of Cambridge North and Cambridge South.
  • the deanery of Leightonstone was merged into the deanery of Huntingdon in 2004.
Diocese Archdeaconries Rural Deaneries Paid clergy Churches Population People/clergy People/church Churches/clergy
Diocese of Ely Archdeaconry of Cambridge Deanery of Bourn 7 27 27,913 3,988 1,034 3.86
Deanery of Cambridge North 24 16 69,975 2,916 4,373 0.67
Deanery of Cambridge South 24 16 62,428 2,601 3,902 0.67
Deanery of Fordham and Quy 7 27 29,433 4,205 1,090 3.86
Deanery of Granta 11 25 33,096 3,009 1,324 2.27
Deanery of North Stowe 9 15 47,138 5,238 3,143 1.67
Deanery of Shingay 6 19 21,269 3,545 1,119 3.17
Archdeaconry of Huntingdon & Wisbech Deanery of Ely 11* 19* 58,230 5,294 3,065 1.73
Deanery of Fincham and Feltwell 5 34 36,708 7,342 1,080 6.8
Deanery of Huntingdon 15 40 57,830 3,855 1,446 2.67
Deanery of March 5 15 58,032 11,606 3,869 3
Deanery of St Ives 6 15 44,362 7,394 2,957 2.5
Deanery of St Neots 6 17 37,630 6,272 2,214 2.83
Deanery of Wisbech Lynn Marshland 8 24 65,902 8,238 2,746 3
Deanery of Yaxley 12 20 77,384 6,449 3,869 1.67
Total/average 156 329 727,330 4,662 2,211 2.11

*including Cathedral and St Peter's Ely

ChurchesEdit

Outside deanery structuresEdit

Benefice Church Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes served Population served[14]
Cathedra[15] Cathedral of the Holy & Undivided Trinity, Ely [4] Ancient (Medieval) 4 Ely (part) N/A
Ely (St Peter) Proprietary Chapel[16] St Peter-in-Ely [5] 1890 1 N/A

Bourn DeaneryEdit

Benefice Church Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes served Population served[14]
Cambourne (No Dedication)[17] Cambourne Church (LEP) [6] 1990s 0 Cambourne 8,227
Lordsbridge Team, The, Comprising Barton, Caldecote, Comberton, Coton, Dry Drayton, Great Eversden, Hardwick, Harlton, Haslingfield, Little Eversden, and Toft[18] St Peter, Barton [7] Medieval 5 Barton, Caldecote, Childerley, Comberton, Coton, Dry Drayton, Great Eversden, Hardwick, Harlton, Haslingfield, Little Eversden, Toft 12,333
St Michael & All Angels, Caldecote Medieval
St Mary, Comberton Medieval
St Peter, Coton Medieval
SS Peter & Paul, Dry Drayton Medieval
St Mary, Great Eversden Medieval
St Mary, Hardwick Medieval
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Harlton Medieval
All Saints, Haslingfield Medieval
St Helen, Little Eversden Medieval
St Andrew, Toft Medieval
Papworth (St Peter)[19] SS Helena & Mary, Bourn [8] Medieval 2 Bourn, Boxworth, Caxton, Conington, Croxton, Elsworth, Eltisley, Graveley, Kingston, Knapwell, Lolworth, Longstowe, Papworth Everard, Papworth St Agnes, Toseland, Yelling 7,353
St Peter, Boxworth Medieval
St Andrew, Caxton Medieval
St Mary, Conington Medieval
St James, Croxton Medieval
Holy Trinity, Elsworth Medieval
SS Pandionia & John the Baptist, Eltisley Medieval
St Botolph, Graveley Medieval
All Saints & St Andrew, Kingston Medieval
All Saints, Knapwell Medieval
All Saints, Lolworth Medieval
St Mary the Virgin, Longstowe Medieval
St Peter, Papworth Everard Medieval
St Michael, Toseland Medieval
Holy Cross, Yelling Medieval

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St Mary, Childerley Childerley Medieval C16th[20]
St John the Baptist, Papworth St Agnes Papworth St Agnes Medieval 1976

Cambridge North DeaneryEdit

Benefice Church Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes served Population served[14]
Fen Ditton (St Mary the Virgin)[21] St Mary the Virgin, Fen Ditton Medieval 1 Fen Ditton, Horningsea, Teversham 5,144
Horningsea (St Peter)[22] St Peter, Horningsea [9] Medieval
Teversham (All Saints)[23] All Saints, Teversham [10] Medieval
Cambridge (Holy Cross)[24] Christ the Redeemer, Fen Ditton [11] pre-1953 (???) 1 Cambridge (unparished) 4,447
Cambridge (Holy Sepulchre) (St Andrew the Great)[25] St Andrew the Great, Cambridge [12] Medieval (1843) 3 2,101
Cambridge (St Andrew the Less) (Christ Church)[26] Christ Church, Cambridge [13] 1837 3 4,489
Cambridge (St Mary the Great) with St Michael[27] St Mary the Great, Cambridge [14] Medieval 4 659
Cambridge (St Matthew)[28] St Matthew, Cambridge [15] 1866 1 4,195
Cambridge Ascension (St Giles) (St Luke the Evangelist) (St Augustine of Canterbury) (All Souls Chapel)[29] St Augustine of Canterbury, Cambridge [16] ??? 2 15,091
St Giles, Cambridge Medieval
St Luke the Evangelist, Cambridge (CoE/URC) 1863 (1874)
Chesterton (St Andrew)[30] St Andrew, Chesterton [17] Medieval 2 10,686
Cambridge (St Clement)[31] St Clement, Cambridge [18] Medieval
Chesterton (St George)[32] St George, Chesterton 1938 4 8,701
Chesterton (Good Shepherd)[33] The Good Shepherd, Cambridge [19] 1958 3 Cambridge, Orchard Park 14,462
St John, Orchard Park [20] 2013

Churches in this area no longer used for regular worshipEdit

Church Founded (building) Out of use
Michaelhouse, Cambridge Medieval c. 1908
St Peter, Cambridges Medieval
All Saints, Cambridge Medieval (1863) 1973
Holy Sepulchre (The Round Church) Medieval c. 1994
Leper Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, Cambridge Medieval
St Andrew the Less, Cambridge Medieval
All Saints by the Castle Medieval Medieval[34]
St John Zachary Medieval c. 1488[35]

Cambridge South DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes served Population served[14]
Cambridge (Holy Trinity)[36] Holy Trinity, Cambridge [21] Medieval 3 Cambridge (unparished) 1,694
Cambridge (St Barnabas)[37] St Barnabas, Cambridge [22] 1869 3 3,451
Cambridge (St Benedict)[38] St Bene't, Cambridge [23] Medieval 2 828
Cambridge (St Botolph)[39] St Botolph, Cambridge [24] Medieval 0 2,610
Cambridge (St Edward King and Martyr) Proprietary Chapel[40] St Edward King and Martyr, Cambridge [25] Medieval 2 1,551
Cambridge (St James)[41] St James, Cambridge [26] 1955 2 6,204
Cambridge (St Martin) (St Thomas)[42] St Martin, Cambridge [27] 1932 (1961) 1 6,471
St Thomas, Cambridge 1980
Cambridge (St Mary the Less)[43] St Mary the Less, Cambridge [28] Medieval 1 1,018
Cambridge (St Paul)[44] St Paul, Cambridge [29] 1841 3 3,825
Cambridge (St Philip) (St Stephen)[45] St Philip, Cambridge [30] 1889 1 8,906
Cherry Hinton (St Andrew)[46] St Andrew, Cherry Hinton [31] Medieval 2 9,836
Cherry Hinton (St John the Evangelist)[47] St John the Evangelist, Cambridge [32] 1891 2 7,881
Cambridge (St Mark)[48] St Mark, Newnham [33] 1870 (1901) 1 Cambridge, Grantchester 3,785
Grantchester (St Andrew and St Mary)[49] SS Andrew & Mary, Grantchester [34] Medieval
Trumpington (St Mary and St Michael)[50] SS Mary & Michael, Trumpington [35] Medieval 1 Cambridge, South Trumpington 4,368

Churches in this area no longer used for regular worshipEdit

Church Founded (building) Out of use
St Stephen, Cambridge pre-1948 (1962) 2010

Ely DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes Population served[14]
Littleport (St George)[51] St George, Littleport [36] Medieval 1 Littleport 8,776
Coveney (St Peter Ad Vincula)[52] St Peter-ad-Vincula, Coveney Medieval 0 Coveney 428
Ely (Holy Trinity with St Mary) (St Peter)[53] St Mary, Ely [37] Medieval 3 Downham, Ely (part), Stretham, Thetford 25,650
Christ Church North Ely (2016) [38] 2016
St Leonard, Little Downham [39] Medieval
St James, Stretham [40] Medieval (1876)
St Michael & All Angels, Chettisham Medieval
St George, Little Thetford Medieval
Holy Cross, Stuntney Medieval (1876)
Haddenham (Holy Trinity)[54] Holy Trinity, Haddenham [41] Medieval 0 Haddenham, Wentworth, Wilburton, Witchford 7,150
Wilburton (St Peter)[55] St Peter, Wilburton Medieval
Witchford (St Andrew) with Wentworth[56] St Peter, Wentworth Medieval
St Andrew, Witchford Medieval
Soham (St Andrew)[57] St Andrew, Soham [42] Medieval 1 Soham 10,858
Sutton (St Andrew)[58] St Andrew, Sutton-in-the-Isle Medieval 1 Mepal, Sutton, Witcham 5,368
Witcham (St Martin) with Mepal[59] St Mary, Mepal Medieval
St Martin, Witcham Medieval

Closed churches in the areaEdit

Church Founded (building) Out of use
St Peter, Prickwillow 1866 2008
St Matthew, Littleport[60] 1870s

Fincham and Feltwell DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Civil parishes served Population served[14]
The West Norfolk Priory Group, Comprising Fincham, Marham, Nordelph, Shouldham, Shouldham Thorpe, South Runcton, Stow Bardolph and Stow Bridge, Tottenhill, Watlington, Wimbotsham, and Wormegay[61] St Martin, Fincham [43] 1 11,759
Holy Trinity, Marham
All Saints, Shouldham
St Mary the Virgin, Shouldham Thorpe
St James, Runcton Holme
St Andrew, South Runcton
St Michael & All Angels & Holy Cross, Wormegay
St Botolph, Tottenhill
SS Peter & Paul, Watlington
St Mary the Virgin, Wimbotsham
Holy Trinity, Nordelph (services held in village hall)
Holy Trinity, Stow Bardolph
St Peter, Stow Bridge
Denver (St Mary) and Ryston with Roxham and Bexwell and Crimplesham[62] St Mary the Virgin, Bexwell [44] 1 2,217
St Mary, Denver
St Michael, Ryston
St Mary, Crimplesham
Downham Market (St Edmund) and Stradsett[63] St Edmund, Downham Market [45] 1 8,375
St Mary, Stradsett
Hilgay (All Saints)[64] All Saints, Hilgay 0 1,361
St Mark, Ten Mile Bank
Grimshoe, Comprising Feltwell, Hockwold with Wilton, Northwold, Southery, and Weeting[65] St Mary, Feltwell [46] 1 8,029
St James, Hockwold
St Andrew, Northwold
St Mary the Virgin, Weeting
St Mary, Southery
The Wissey Valley Benefice, Comprising Barton Bendish, Beachamwell with Shingham, Boughton, Methwold, Wereham, West Dereham, Whittington, and Wretton with Stoke Ferry[66] Christ Church, Whittington 1 4,967
All Saints, Wretton
St Andrew, Barton Bendish
St Mary the Virgin, Beachamwell
All Saints, Boughton
St Margaret of Antioch, Wereham
St Andrew, West Dereham
St George, Methwold

Fordham and Quy DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Anglesey Group, The, Comprising Bottisham, Lode with Longmeadow, Swaffham Bulbeck, and Swaffham Prior[67] Holy Trinity, Bottisham [47] Medieval 1 5,356
St James, Lode 1853
St Mary, Quy Medieval
St Mary, Swaffham Bulbeck Medieval
St Mary, Swaffham Prior Medieval
Ashley (St Mary) with Silverley[68] St Mary, Ashley [48] Medieval (1845) 0 2,929
Cheveley (St Mary)[69] St Mary, Cheveley
Kirtling (All Saints)[70] All Saints, Kirtling Medieval
Wood Ditton (St Mary) with Saxon Street[71] St Mary, Woodditton Medieval
Raddesley Group of Parishes, The, Comprising Brinkley, Burrough Green, Carlton, Dullingham, Stetchworth, and Westley Waterless[72] St Mary, Brinkley [49] Medieval 1 2,545
St Augustine of Canterbury, Burrough Green Medieval
St Peter, Carlton Medieval
St Mary, Dullingham Medieval
St Peter, Stetchworth Medieval
St Mary the Less, Westley Waterless Medieval
Three Rivers Group, The, Comprising Chippenham, Fordham, Isleham, Kennett, and Snailwell[73] St Margaret, Chippenham [50] Medieval 2 6,396
SS Peter & Mary Magdalene, Fordham Medieval
St Andrew, Isleham Medieval
St Nicholas, Kennett Medieval
St Peter, Snailwell Medieval
Fulbourn (St Vigor with All Saints)[74] St Vigor, Fulbourn [51] Medieval 2 4,696
Wilbraham, Great (St Nicholas)[75] St Nicholas, Great Wilbraham Medieval
Wilbraham, Little (St John)[76] St John the Evangelist, Little Wilbraham Medieval
St George, Six Mile Bottom 1890s (1933)
Wicken (St Laurence)[77] St Laurence, Wicken Medieval 0 841
Burwell (St Andrew) (St Mary) with Reach[78] St Mary, Burwell [52] Medieval 1 6,670
St Etheldreda & Holy Trinity, Reach 1861

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
All Saints, Fulbourn Fulbourn Medieval 1766[79]
St Cyriac and St Julitta, Swaffham Prior Swaffham Prior Medieval (1809) 1903
All Saints, Silverley Ashley Medieval C16th

Granta Deanery[80]Edit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Granta Vale Group, The, Comprising Balsham, Great and Little Abington, Hildersham, West Wickham, West Wratting, and Weston Colville[81] St Mary the Virgin, Great Abington Medieval 1 4,553
St Mary, Little Abington Medieval
Holy Trinity, Hildersham Medieval
Holy Trinity, Balsham [53] Medieval
St Mary, West Wickham Medieval
St Andrew, West Wratting Medieval
St Mary, Weston Colville Medieval
Sawston (St Mary)[82] St Mary the Virgin, Sawston [54] Medieval 1 7,432
Babraham (St Peter)[83] St Peter, Babraham [55] Medieval
Duxford (St Peter) with St John[84] St Peter, Duxford [56] Medieval 1 5,051
Hinxton (St Mary and St John)[85] St Mary and St John, Hinxton Medieval
Ickleton (St Mary Magdalene)[86] St Mary Magdalene, Ickleton Medieval
Pampisford (St John the Baptist)[87] St John the Baptist, Pampisford [57] Medieval
Whittlesford (St Mary and St Andrew)[88] SS Mary & Andrew, Whittlesford [58] Medieval
Harston (All Saints) with Hauxton and Newton[89] All Saints, Harston [59] Medieval 3 9,015
St Edmund, Hauxton Medieval
St Margaret of Antioch, Newton Medieval
Shelford, Great (St Mary)[90] St Mary the Virgin, Great Shelford [60] Medieval
Stapleford (St Andrew)[91] St Andrew, Stapleford [61] Medieval
Shelford, Little (All Saints)[92] All Saints, Little Shelford [62] Medieval 1 834
Linton (St Mary)[93] St Mary, Linton [63] Medieval 4 6,211
St Mary, Bartlow Medieval
All Saints, Castle Camps Medieval
All Saints, Horseheath Medieval
St Mary, Shudy Camps Medieval

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St John, Duxford Duxford Medieval 1874

Huntingdon DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Fen Drayton (St Mary the Virgin) with Fenstanton[94] St Mary, Fen Drayton Medieval 1 4,200
SS Peter & Paul, Fenstanton [64] Medieval
Godmanchester (St Mary) and Hilton[95] St Mary, Godmanchester [65] Medieval 1 7,755
St Mary Magdalene, Hilton Medieval
Hartford (All Saints) and Houghton with Wyton[96] All Saints, Hartford [66] Medieval 2 7,828
St Mary, Houghton with Wyton Medieval
Hemingford Abbots (St Margaret of Antioch)[97] St Margaret of Antioch, Hemingford Abbots Medieval 2 3,205
Hemingford Grey (St James)[98] St James, Hemingford Grey [67] Medieval
Huntingdon (All Saints) (St Barnabas) (St Mary)[99] [100] All Saints, Huntingdon [68] Medieval 3 19,109
St Mary, Huntingdon Medieval
Christ Church Huntingdon [69] 2018
St Barnabas, Huntingdon ???
Leightonstone, East, Comprising Brampton, Ellington, and Grafham[101] St Mary Magdalene, Brampton [70] Medieval 2 6,076
All Saints, Ellington Medieval
All Saints, Grafham Medieval
Leightonstone, North, Comprising Abbots Ripton, Alconbury, Buckworth, Great Gidding, Great and Little Stukeley, Hamerton, Kings Ripton, Upton, Winwick and Wood Walton[102] SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury [71] Medieval 2 5,346
All Saints, Buckworth Medieval
St Michael, Great Gidding Medieval
St John the Evangelist, Little Gidding Medieval (1714)
All Saints, Hamerton Medieval
St Margaret, Upton Medieval
All Saints, Winwick Medieval
St Bartholomew, Great Stukeley Medieval
St Martin, Little Stukeley Medieval
St Andrew, Abbots Ripton Medieval
St Peter, Kings Ripton Medieval
Leightonstone, South, Comprising Barham and Woolley, Covington, Easton, Kimbolton, Spaldwick, Stow Longa, and Tilbrook[103] St Giles, Barham [72] Medieval 1 2,852
All Saints, Covington Medieval
St Peter, Easton Medieval
St Andrew, Kimbolton Medieval
St James, Spaldwick Medieval
St Botolph, Stow Longa Medieval
All Saints, Tilbrook Medieval
Leightonstone, West, Comprising Brington, Catworth, Keyston, Leighton Bromswold, Molesworth, and Old Weston[104] All Saints, Brington [73] Medieval 1 1,459
St Leonard, Great Catworth Medieval
St Lawrence, Bythorn Medieval
St John the Baptist, Keyston Medieval
St Mary, Leighton Bromswold Medieval
St Peter, Molesworth Medieval
St Swithun, Old Weston Medieval

Closed churches in the area

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St Andrew, Woodwalton Wood Walton Medieval pre-1979
St Andrew, Steeple Gidding Steeple Gidding Medieval
St Mary, Woolley Barham & Woolley Medieval 1960[105]
All Saints, Wyton Houghton & Wyton Medieval 1980s[106]
All Saints, Coppingford Upton Medieval C17th[107]
Holy Trinity, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C14th
St Andrew, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C16th
St Benedict, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] 1668
St Botolph, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] ?
St Clement, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C14th
St Edmund, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] 1312
St John, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] 1667
St Lawrence, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C13th
St Martin, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] 1343
St Michael, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C16th
St Nicholas, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] ?
St Peter, Huntingdon Huntingdon Medieval[108] C16th
St George, Huntingdon Huntingdon ?[108] C17th
St Germain, Huntingdon Huntingdon ?[108] C17th

March DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Chatteris (St Peter and St Paul)[109] SS Peter & Paul, Chatteris [74] Medieval 1 10,442
Christchurch (Christ Church) and Manea and Welney[110] Christ Church, Christchurch 1864 1 9,012
St Nicholas, Manea pre-1790 (1875)
St Mary, Welney
Doddington (St Mary) with Benwick and Wimblington[111] St Mary, Doddington Medieval
St Peter, Wimblington 1874
Benwick Church 1850 (2012)
March (St John) (St Mary) (St Peter) (St Wendreda)[112] St John the Evangelist, March [75] 1872 2 22,301
St Mary Magdalene, Westry [76] 1873
St Peter, March [77] 1880
St Wendreda, March [78] Medieval
Whittlesey (St Andrew) (St Mary), Pondersbridge and Coates[113] St Mary, Whittlesey [79] Medieval 1 16,277
St Andrew, Whittlesey Medieval
St Thomas, Pondersbridge ??? (1869)
Holy Trinity, Coates 1839

North Stowe DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Bar Hill (Not Known)[114] Bar Hill Church (LEP) [80] 1967 (1991) 0 4,032
Cottenham (All Saints) with Rampton[115] All Saints, Cottenham [81] Medieval 1 6,532
All Saints, Rampton [82] Medieval
Girton (St Andrew)[116] St Andrew, Girton [83] Medieval 1 4,733
Madingley (St Mary Magdalene)[117] St Mary Magdalene, Madingley [84] Medieval
Histon (St Andrew)[118] St Andrew, Histon [85] Medieval 2 8,080
Impington (St Andrew)[119] St Andrew, Impington [86] Medieval
Milton (All Saints)[120] All Saints, Milton [87] Medieval 2 10,234
Landbeach (All Saints)[121] All Saints, Landbeach [88] Medieval
Waterbeach (St John)[122] St John the Evangelist, Waterbeach Medieval
Long Stanton (All Saints) with St Michael[123] All Saints, Longstanton [89] Medieval 2 11,997
Over (St Mary)[124] St Mary, Over Medieval
Swavesey (St Andrew)[125] St Andrew, Swavesey Medieval
Willingham (St Mary and All Saints)[126] St Mary & All Saints, Willingham Medieval
Oakington (St Andrew)[127] St Andrew, Oakington [90] Medieval 1 1,530

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St Michael, Longstanton Longstanton Medieval 1973

St Ives DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Bluntisham (St Mary) Cum Earith with Colne and Holywell Cum Needingworth[128] St Mary, Bluntisham cum Earith [91] Medieval 1 6,936
St Helen, Colne Medieval (1900)
St John the Baptist, Holywell Medieval
The Ramseys (St Thomas À Becket) (St Mary) and Upwood[129] St Thomas a Becket, Ramsey [92] Medieval 1 9,809
St Mary, Ramsey St Mary 1858
St Peter, Upwood Medieval
Somersham, Woodhurst, Pidley-cum-Fenton and Old Hurst[130] St John the Baptist, Somersham [93] Medieval 1 4,911
All Saints, Pidley cum Fenton Medieval (1865)
St Peter, Oldhurst Medieval
St John the Baptist, Woodhurst Medieval
St Ives (All Saints)[131] All Saints, St Ives [94] Medieval 2 16,249
Warboys (St Mary Magdelene) with Broughton and Bury with Wistow[132] St Mary Magdalene, Warboys [95] Medieval 1 6,457
All Saints, Broughton Medieval
Holy Cross, Bury Medieval
St John the Baptist, Wistow Medieval

Closed churches in the areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St James, Little Raveley Upwood & The Raveleys Medieval

St Neots DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Buckden (St Mary) with the Offords[133] St Mary, Buckden [96] 1 4,150
All Saints, Offord Cluny [97] Medieval
Gamlingay (St Mary the Virgin) and Everton[134] St Mary the Virgin, Gamlingay [98] Medieval 1 4,346
St Mary, Everton
Gransden, Great (St Bartholomew) and Abbotsley and Lt Gransden and Waresley[135] St Bartholomew, Great Gransden [99] Medieval 1 1,995
SS Peter & Paul, Little Gransden Medieval
St Margaret, Abbotsley Medieval
St James, Waresley Medieval
Paxtons, the (Holy Trinity) (St James) with Diddington and Southoe[136] Holy Trinity, Great Paxton [100] Medieval 1 4,922
St James, Little Paxton [101] Medieval
St Laurence, Diddington Medieval
St Leonard, Southoe Medieval
St Neots (St Mary)[137] St Mary, St Neots [102] Medieval 1 18,470
Eynesbury (St Mary)[138] St Mary, Eynesbury [103] Medieval
Staughtons, the (St Andrew) (All Saints) with Hail Weston[139] St Andrew, Great Staughton [104] Medieval 1 3,747
St Nicholas, Hail Weston Medieval
All Saints, Little Staughton

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St Denis, East Hatley East Hatley Medieval 1974
St George, Hatley St George Hatley St George Medieval c. 2010
St Peter, Offord D'Arcy The Offords Medieval 1978

Shingay DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Bassingbourn (St Peter and St Paul)[140] SS Peter & Paul, Bassingbourn [105] Medieval 1 4,013
Whaddon (St Mary)[141] St Mary, Whaddon Medieval
Fowlmere (St Mary), Foxton, Shepreth and Thriplow[142] St Mary, Fowlmere [106] Medieval 1 4,340
St Laurence, Foxton Medieval
All Saints, Shepreth Medieval
St George, Thriplow Medieval
Melbourn (All Saints)[143] All Saints, Melbourn [107] Medieval 1 6,505
Meldreth (Holy Trinity)[144] Holy Trinity, Meldreth Medieval
Orwell Group, the (St Andrew), Including Arrington, Barrington, Croydon, and Wimpole[145] St Nicholas, Arrington [108] Medieval 2 2,990
All Saints, Barrington Medieval
All Saints, Croydon Medieval
St Andrew, Orwell Medieval
St Andrew, Wimpole Medieval
Shingay Group of Parishes, The, Comprising Abington Pigotts, Guilden Morden, Litlington, Steeple Morden, Tadlow, and Wendy with Shingay[146] St Michael & All Angels, Abingdon Pigotts [109] Medieval 1 3,421
St Mary, Guilden Morden Medieval
St Catherine, Litlington Medieval
SS Peter & Paul, Steeple Morden Medieval
St Giles, Tadlow Medieval
All Saints, Wendy Medieval (1867)

Wisbech Lynn Marshland DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Clenchwarton (St Margaret) and West Lynn[147] St Margaret, Clenchwarton 0 3,645
St Peter, West Lynn
East Marshland, Comprising Terrington St John, Tilney All Saints, Tilney St Lawrence, Wiggenhall St Germans with St Mary the Virgin, and Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalene[148] St John the Baptist, Terrington St John [110] 1 5,210
All Saints, Tilney All Saints
St Lawrence, Tilney St Lawrence
St Mary the Virgin, Wiggenhall St Germans
St Mary Magdalene, Wiggenhall St Mary
Fen Orchards, The, Comprising Elm, Emneth, and Friday Bridge with Coldham[149] All Saints, Elm Medieval 1 8,307
St Edmund, Emneth
St Mark, Friday Bridge 1864
Leverington (St Leonard), Newton and Tydd St Giles[150] St Leonard, Leverington Medieval 1 5,009
St James, Newton in the Isle Medieval
St Giles, Tydd St Giles Medieval
Outwell (St Clement)[151] St Clement, Outwell 0 4,791
Upwell (St Peter)[152] St Peter, Upwell
Terrington St Clement (St Clement)[153] St Clement, Terrington St Clement [111] 1 4,221
Walpole St Peter (St Peter and St Paul) with Walpole St Andrew[154] St Peter, Walpole St Peter [112] 1 4,792
Walton, West (St Mary)[155] St Mary, West Walton
Walsoken (All Saints)[156] All Saints, Walsoken [113] 1 8,309
Wisbech (St Augustine)[157] St Augustine, Wisbech [114] 1868 0 7,590
Wisbech (St Peter and St Paul)[158] SS Peter & Paul, Wisbech [115] Medieval 2 7,764
Wisbech St Mary (St Mary) and Guyhirn with Ring's End and Gorefield and Southea with Murrow and Parson Drove[159] St Mary, Wisbech St Mary [116] Medieval 0 6,264
St Paul, Gorefield 1870
Emmanuel, Southea 1873

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
St Etheldreda, Coldham Coldham 1876 pre-2008[160]
St Mary Magdalene, Guyhirn Guyhirn 1878 pre-2012[161]
Guyhirn Chapel Guyhirn 1660 1960
St John the Baptist, Parson Drove Parson Drove Medieval 1974
Corpus Christi, Murrow Murrow 1857 c. 2005[162]

Yaxley DeaneryEdit

Benefice Churches Link Founded (building) Clergy Population served[14]
Alwalton (St Andrew) and Chesterton[163] St Andrew, Alwalton [117] Medieval 1 3,649
St Michael, Chesterton Medieval
Fletton (St Margaret)[164] St Margaret, Fletton Medieval 1 12,886
Woodston (St Augustine of Canterbury) (Mission Church)[165] St Augustine of Canterbury, Woodston Medieval (1844)
Hampton (No Dedication)[166] Christ the Servant King, Hampton [118] 2014? 2 11,084
Ortons, the (Holy Trinity) (St Mary) (St John) (Not Known)[167] Holy Trinity, Orton Longueville [119] Medieval 1 17,859
St Mary, Orton Waterville [120] Medieval
Orton Goldhay (St John) Conventional District[168] Christ Church in Orton Goldhay (LEP) [121] 1
Sawtry (All Saints) and Glatton[169] All Saints, Sawtry [122] Medieval (1880) 1 5,577
St Nicholas, Glatton [123] Medieval
Stanground (St John the Baptist) (St Michael and All Angels) and Farcet[170] St John the Baptist, Stanground [124] Medieval 2 12,265
St Michael & All Angels, Stanground
St Mary, Farcet Medieval
Stilton (St Mary Magdalene) with Denton and Caldecote and Folkesworth with Morborne and Haddon[171] St Mary Magdalene, Stilton [125] Medieval 2 4,058
St Helen, Folkesworth Medieval
St Mary, Haddon Medieval
All Saints, Morborne Medieval
Elton (All Saints)[172] All Saints, Elton Medieval
Yaxley (St Peter) and Holme with Conington[173] St Peter, Yaxley [126] Medieval 1 10,006
St Giles, Holme [127] Medieval (1862)

Closed churches in this areaEdit

Church Location Founded (building) Closed
All Saints, Botolph Bridge Orton Longueville Medieval 1695[174]
All Saints, Conington Conington Medieval
All Saints, Denton Denton & Caldecote Medieval 1960s
St Mary Magdalene, Caldecote Denton & Caldecote Medieval 1970s[175]
Washingley Parish Church Folksworth & Washingley Medieval C15th[176]
St Andrew, Sawtry Sawtry Medieval 1879

DedicationsEdit

Posts occupied by Church of England clergy within the area of the dioceseEdit

Organisation Link Clergy Ref
Theological colleges
Ridley Hall, Cambridge [128]
  • Principal: Michael Volland
  • Tutor: Paul Weston
  • Tutor: Anne Aldridge
  • Tutor: Rob McDonald
  • Tutor: Catherine Wright
  • Tutor: Chris Pemberton
  • Tutor: Ian Adams
  • Assoc. Principal: Michael Thompson
  • Lecturer: Philip Jenson
[177]
Westcott House, Cambridge [129]
  • Principal: Chris Chivers
  • Tutor: Simon Gatenby
  • Tutor: Annabel Shilson-Thomas
  • Tutor: Ally Barrett
  • Tutor: Naomi Wormell
  • Tutor: Paul Dominiak (see above)
  • Vice-Principal: Matt Bullimore
[178]
Universities and colleges
Christ's College, Cambridge [130]
  • Chaplain: Mark Smith
[179]
Churchill College, Cambridge [131]
  • Chaplain: John Rawlinson
[180]
Clare College, Cambridge [132]
  • Dean: Jamie Hawkey
[181]
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge [133]
  • Chaplain: Andrew Bigg
[182]
Downing College, Cambridge [134]
  • Chaplain: Keith Eyeons
[183]
Emmanuel College, Cambridge [135]
  • Dean & Chaplain: Jeremy Caddick
  • Asst Chaplain: Alexander Ross
[184][185]
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge [136]
  • Chaplain: Graham Stevenson
[186]
Girton College, Cambridge [137]
  • Chaplain: Malcolm Guite
[187]
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge [138]
  • Dean: Cally Hammond
[188]
Jesus College, Cambridge [139]
  • Dean: Paul Dominiak
  • Asst Chaplain: Devin McLachlan (see above)
[189][190]
King's College, Cambridge (Chapel) [140]
  • Dean: Stephen Cherry
  • Chaplain: Andrew Hammond
[191][192]
Magdalene College, Cambridge [141]
  • Chaplain: Nick Widdows
Pembroke College, Cambridge [142]
  • Dean: James Gardom
Peterhouse, Cambridge [143]
  • Dean: Stephen Hampton
  • Asst Chaplain: Geoff Dumbreck
Queens' College, Cambridge [144]
  • Chaplain: Tim Harling
St Catharine's College, Cambridge [145]
  • Dean & Chaplain: David Neaum
St John's College, Cambridge [146]
Selwyn College, Cambridge [147]
  • Dean/Chaplain: Hugh Shilson-Thomas
  • Asst Chaplain (Selwyn): Hannah Hupfield
Newnham College, Cambridge [148]
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge [149]
  • Chaplain: Brett Gray
Trinity College, Cambridge (Chapel) [150]
  • Dean: Michael Banner
  • Chaplain: Andrew Bowyer
  • Chaplain: Kirsty Ross
Trinity Hall, Cambridge [151]
  • Dean: Stephen Plant
Wolfson College, Cambridge
  • Chaplain: Rachel Rosborough (see above)
[193]
Anglia Ruskin University
  • Chaplain: Nigel Cooper
[194]
Hospitals
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust [152]
  • Chaplain (p-t): Alasdair Coles (see above)
  • Chaplain: Debbie Ford
  • Chaplain: Virginia Weston
[195]
Arthur Rank Hospice Cambridge [153]
  • Chaplain: Keith Morrison
[196]
Prisons
HM Prison Littlehey
  • Chaplain: David Kinder
Schools
St Bede's School, Cambridge [154]
  • Chaplain: Alexandra Clarke
[197]

Diocesan news publicationsEdit

Publication From To
Ely Diocesan Remembrancer[198] May 1885 December 1915
Ely Diocesan Gazette[199] January 1916 November 1989
Ely Ensign[200] December 1989 January 2007
eLife Diocesan Newsletter January 2009 Present

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  50. ^ "The Benefice of Trumpington (St Mary and St Michael)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  51. ^ "The Benefice of Littleport (St George)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  52. ^ "The Benefice of Coveney (St Peter Ad Vincula)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  54. ^ "The Benefice of Haddenham (Holy Trinity)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  56. ^ "The Benefice of Witchford (St Andrew) with Wentworth". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  62. ^ "The Benefice of Denver (St Mary) and Ryston with Roxham and Bexwell and Crimplesham". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  63. ^ "The Benefice of Downham Market (St Edmund) and Stradsett". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
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  66. ^ "The Benefice of Wissey Valley Benefice, The, Comprising Barton Bendish, Beachamwell with Shingham, Boughton, Methwold, Wereham, West Dereham, Whittington, and Wretton with Stoke Ferry". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  67. ^ "The Benefice of Anglesey Group, The, Comprising Bottisham, Lode with Longmeadow, Swaffham Bulbeck, and Swaffham Prior". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  68. ^ "The Benefice of Ashley (St Mary) with Silverley". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  69. ^ "The Benefice of Cheveley (St Mary)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  70. ^ "The Benefice of Kirtling (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  71. ^ "The Benefice of Wood Ditton (St Mary) with Saxon Street". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  74. ^ "The Benefice of Fulbourn (St Vigor with All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  75. ^ "The Benefice of Wilbraham, Great (St Nicholas)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  76. ^ "The Benefice of Wilbraham, Little (St John)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  77. ^ "The Benefice of Wicken (St Laurence)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
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  83. ^ "The Benefice of Babraham (St Peter)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  84. ^ "The Benefice of Duxford (St Peter) with St John". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  86. ^ "The Benefice of Ickleton (St Mary Magdalene)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  95. ^ "The Benefice of Godmanchester (St Mary) and Hilton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  96. ^ "The Benefice of Hartford (All Saints) and Houghton with Wyton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  97. ^ "The Benefice of Hemingford Abbots (St Margaret of Antioch)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  104. ^ "The Benefice of Leightonstone, West, Comprising Brington, Catworth, Keyston, Leighton Bromswold, Molesworth, and Old Weston". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
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  109. ^ "The Benefice of Chatteris (St Peter and St Paul)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  110. ^ "The Benefice of Christchurch (Christ Church) and Manea and Welney". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  111. ^ "The Benefice of Doddington (St Mary) with Benwick and Wimblington". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  112. ^ "The Benefice of March (St John) (St Mary) (St Peter) (St Wendreda)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  113. ^ "The Benefice of Whittlesey (St Andrew) (St Mary), Pondersbridge and Coates". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  114. ^ "The Benefice of Bar Hill (Not Known)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  115. ^ "The Benefice of Cottenham (All Saints) with Rampton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  116. ^ "The Benefice of Girton (St Andrew)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  117. ^ "The Benefice of Madingley (St Mary Magdalene)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  118. ^ "The Benefice of Histon (St Andrew)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  119. ^ "The Benefice of Impington (St Andrew)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  120. ^ "The Benefice of Milton (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  121. ^ "The Benefice of Landbeach (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  122. ^ "The Benefice of Waterbeach (St John)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  123. ^ "The Benefice of Long Stanton (All Saints) with St Michael". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  124. ^ "The Benefice of Over (St Mary)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  125. ^ "The Benefice of Swavesey (St Andrew)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  126. ^ "The Benefice of Willingham (St Mary and All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  127. ^ "The Benefice of Oakington (St Andrew)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  128. ^ "The Benefice of Bluntisham (St Mary) Cum Earith with Colne and Holywell Cum Needingworth". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  129. ^ "The Benefice of Ramseys (St Thomas À Becket) (St Mary) and Upwood, The". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  130. ^ "The Benefice of Somersham (St John the Baptist) with Pidley and Oldhurst and Wooodhurst". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  131. ^ "The Benefice of St Ives (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  132. ^ "The Benefice of Warboys (St Mary Magdelene) with Broughton and Bury with Wistow". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  133. ^ "The Benefice of Buckden (St Mary) with the Offords". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  134. ^ "The Benefice of Gamlingay (St Mary the Virgin) and Everton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  135. ^ "The Benefice of Gransden, Great (St Bartholomew) and Abbotsley and Lt Gransden and Waresley". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  137. ^ "The Benefice of St Neots (St Mary)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  139. ^ "The Benefice of Staughtons, the (St Andrew) (All Saints) with Hail Weston". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  141. ^ "The Benefice of Whaddon (St Mary)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  143. ^ "The Benefice of Melbourn (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  144. ^ "The Benefice of Meldreth (Holy Trinity)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  145. ^ "The Benefice of Orwell Group, the (St Andrew), Including Arrington, Barrington, Croydon, and Wimpole". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  147. ^ "The Benefice of Clenchwarton (St Margaret) and West Lynn". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  148. ^ "The Benefice of East Marshland, Comprising Terrington St John, Tilney All Saints, Tilney St Lawrence, Wiggenhall St Germans with St Mary the Virgin, and Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalene". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  149. ^ "The Benefice of Fen Orchards, The, Comprising Elm, Emneth, and Friday Bridge with Coldham". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  150. ^ "The Benefice of Leverington (St Leonard), Newton and Tydd St Giles". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  151. ^ "The Benefice of Outwell (St Clement)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  152. ^ "The Benefice of Upwell (St Peter)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  153. ^ "The Benefice of Terrington St Clement (St Clement)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  154. ^ "The Benefice of Walpole St Peter (St Peter and St Paul) with Walpole St Andrew". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  155. ^ "The Benefice of Walton, West (St Mary)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  156. ^ "The Benefice of Walsoken (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  157. ^ "The Benefice of Wisbech (St Augustine)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  158. ^ "The Benefice of Wisbech (St Peter and St Paul)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  159. ^ "The Benefice of Wisbech St Mary (St Mary) and Guyhirn with Ring's End and Gorefield and Southea with Murrow and Parson Drove". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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  164. ^ "The Benefice of Fletton (St Margaret)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  165. ^ "The Benefice of Woodston (St Augustine of Canterbury) (Mission Church)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  166. ^ "The Benefice of Hampton (No Dedication)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  167. ^ "The Benefice of Ortons, the (Holy Trinity) (St Mary) (St John) (Not Known)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  168. ^ "Orton Goldhay (St John) Conventional District". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  169. ^ "The Benefice of Sawtry (All Saints) and Glatton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  170. ^ "The Benefice of Stanground (St John the Baptist) (St Michael and All Angels) and Farcet". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  171. ^ "The Benefice of Stilton (St Mary Magdalene) with Denton and Caldecote and Folkesworth with Morborne and Haddon". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  172. ^ "The Benefice of Elton (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
  173. ^ "The Benefice of Yaxley (St Peter) and Holme with Conington". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 14 September 2018.
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