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List of Archdeacons of Rochester

This is a list of the archdeacons of Rochester, a post in the diocese of Rochester, England.

  • Robert Pullen
  • ?-1489 Henry Sharp
  • ?-1512 Henry Edyall
  • 1512-1537 Nicholas Metcalfe
  • 1537-1554 Maurice Griffith
  • 1554-1560 John Kennall
  • 1560-1571 John Bridgewater
  • 1571-1576 John Calverley
  • 1576-1593 Ralph Pickover
  • 1593-1606 Thomas Staller
  • 1606-1614 Thomas Sanderson
  • 1614-1624 Richard Tillesley
  • 1625-1652 Elizeus Burgess
  • 1660-1679 John Lee
  • 1679-1704 Thomas Plume
  • 1704-1720 Thomas Sprat
  • 1720-1728 Henry Bridges
  • 1728 William Bradford
  • 1728-1767 John Denne
  • 1767-1827 John Law
  • 1827-1859 Walker King
  • 1860-1882 Anthony Grant
  • 1882-1908 Samuel Cheetham
  • 1908-1915 John Tetley Rowe
  • 1915-32 Donald Tait
  • 1933-51 Walter Marshall Browne
  • 1951-1969 Lawrence Winston Harland
  • 1969-1976 David Cree Stewart-Smith
  • 1977-83 Derek George Palmer
  • 1984-1988 Michael Turnbull
  • 1989-2000 Norman Warren
  • 2001-2009 Peter Lock
  • 24 January 2010 – present Simon Burton-Jones

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