Definition of Archdeaconry. Meaning of Archdeaconry. Synonyms of Archdeaconry

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Definition of Archdeaconry

Archdeaconry
Archdeaconry Arch`dea"con*ry, n. The district, office, or residence of an archdeacon. See Benefice. Every diocese is divided into archdeaconries. --Blackstone.

Meaning of Archdeaconry from wikipedia

- Church. An archdeacon is often responsible for administration within an archdeaconry, which is the prin****l subdivision of the diocese. The Oxford Dictionary...
- The Archdeaconry of Lothian, located in modern-day Scotland, was a sub-division of the diocese of St Andrews, one of two archdeaconries within the diocese...
- into three archdeaconries, those of Auckland, Durham and Sunderland. The archdeaconry of Sunderland was created from the Durham archdeaconry on 1 March...
- Leicester in 1927). The Archdeaconry of Nottingham was transferred to the Lincoln diocese at the same time. In 1884, the Archdeaconry of Nottingham was detached...
- Holy Trinity, Brussels, Belgium. The diocese is divided into seven archdeaconries. Church of England churches and congregations were established in Continental...
- Archdeaconry of Montgomery. An Archdeaconry within the Diocese of St Asaph. It covers the eastern area of Montgomeryshire and includes Welshpool, Newtown...
- archdeaconries of Cleveland in the north (with a Bishop of Whitby), the East Riding (with a Bishop of Hull), and in the south-west the Archdeaconry of...
- the archdeaconry of Derby was transferred to the new Diocese of Southwell. In 1877 part of the archdeaconry of Stafford became the archdeaconry of Stoke-upon-Trent...
- times, the archdeaconry has been split twice: creating Maidstone archdeaconry in 1841 and Ashford archdeaconry in 2011. The archdeaconry covers approximately...
- in 1968. The four archdeaconries of the diocese are Chichester, Horsham, Hastings and Brighton & Lewes. Until 2014, the Archdeaconry of Chichester covered...