Eber Priestley

Eber Priestley
Bishop in Medak
Church Church of South India
See Medak
In office

1961–1967

[1]
Predecessor Frank Whittaker
Successor H. D. L. Abraham
Orders
Consecration 1961

Eber Priestley was the first successor of Frank Whittaker as Bishop in Medak.[1]

Studies

Eber Priestley was a graduate[2] of the University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

Writings

  • The Church of South India: Adventure in Union[3]
  • The New Pattern of the Church: A Summary of Developments in the Diocese of Medak[4]
Religious titles
Preceded by
Frank Whittaker[1]
1947–1960
Bishop in Medak
1961–1967
Succeeded by
H. D. L. Abraham[1]
1968–1975
Honorary titles
Preceded by
Frank Whittaker
1947–1960
Member
Board of Governors
Andhra Union Theological College, Dornakal

1961–1964
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
Frank Whittaker
1947–1960
Member
Board of Governors
Andhra Christian Theological College, Hyderabad

1964–1967
Succeeded by
H. D. L. Abraham
1968–1975

References

Anglicanism portal
Notes
Further reading
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