Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage and Companionage 1904 page: 943

 

Bishops Suffragan.

BISHOP OF BARKING.

Rt. Rev. THOMAS STEVENS, D.D., son of Thomas Ogden Stevens, Esq., of Clifton ; b. Sept. 19th, 1842; ed. at Shrewsbury, and at Magdalene Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1863, M.A. 1867, Hon. D.D. 1901); was Assist. Master at Charterhouse Sch. 1863-5, Curate of Woodford, Northants 1865-8 and of St. Mark, Victoria Docks. 1868-70, V. of St. Luke, Victoria Docks 1874-82, Chap. to Saffron-Walden Union 1883-9, V. of Saffron-Walden 1882-9, Rural Dean of Barking 1891-4, and Hon. Canon of St. Alhans 1891-4; appointed V. of St. John's, Stratford, 1889, and Archdeacon of Essex 1894; is a Fellow of So. of Antiquaries; consecrated Bishop of Barking (Suffragan for Diocese of St. Albans) 1901 : m. 1866, Anne Elisabeth, da. of George Hertram, Esq., of St. Heliers, Jersey.
Residence,-St. Mary's Hospital, Ilford, E. Club-Royal Societies'.

BISHOP OF BARROW-IN-FURNESS.

Rt. Rev. HENRY WARE, D.D., son of the late Martin Ware, Esq., of Tilford, Surrey; b. 1830; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. Wrangler and rst class Classical Tripos 1853, M.A. 1856, D.D. 1889): was Fellow and Assist. Tutor of Trin. Coll., Camb. 1855-62, V. of Kirkby Lonsdale 1862-88, Rural Dean thereof 1867-88, Hon. Canon of Carlisle 1870-79, and 1883-88, Canon of Carlisle 1879-83, and again 1888; consecrated Bishop of Barrow in-Furness (Suffragan for Diocese of Carlisle) 1889: m, 1st, 1865, Elizabeth S., who d. 1884, dau. of E. G. Hornby, Esq., of Dalton Hall, Burton, Westmoreland; 2ndly, 1887, Ellen King, dau. of the late Rt. Rev. Harvey Goodwin, D.D., Lord Bishop of Carlisle.
Residences,-The Abbey, Carlisle; How Foot, Grasmere.

BISHOP OF BEVERLEY.

Rt. Rev. ROBERT JARRATT CROSTHWAITE, D.D., son of the late Rev. Benjamin Crosthwaite, V. of Knaresborough, and Hon. Canon of Ripon; b. 1837; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A., 8th Wrangler 1860, Fellow 1862, M.A. 1863, D.D. 1891); was Private Sec. and Domestic Chap to Archbishop of York 1866-9, V. of Waghen-Wawne 1869-74, and of Brayton 1874-83, Chaplain to Archbishop of York 1879-84, and V. of St. Lawrence's, York, and Rural Dean of Selby 1883-85; appointed Archdeacon of York 1884, and R. of Bolton Percy 1885; consecrated Bishop of Beverley (Suffragan for Diocese of York) 1889: m. 1st, 1867, Eleanor F., who d. 1885, dau. of the Rev. Philip Simpson, of Metham Hall, Yorkshire; 2ndly, 1887, Anne E., dau. of the late Rev. William Moore Crosthwaite, R. of Drimoleague, co. Cork, Preb. of Cork, and Rural Dean.
Residence,-Bolton Percy Rectory, Yorkshire.

BISHOP OF BURNLEY.

Rt. Rev. EDWYN HOSKYNS, D.D. [see Hoskyns, Bt.]: consecrated Bishop of Burnley (Suffragan for Diocese of Manchester) 1901.
Residence,-Rowley Hall, Burnley, Lancashire.

BISHOP OF COLCHESTER.

Rt. Rev. HENRY FRANK JOHNSON, D.D., son of Col. John Johnson, of Walbury, Great Hallingbury, Essex; b. Dec. 17th, 1834; ed. at Eton, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. (LL.B. 1861, D.D. 1895) ; was Curate of Richmond, Surrey, 1858-9, and of Sawbridgeworth 1860-62, V. of High Wych 1862-80, and R. of Chelmsford 1880-94; appointed Archdeacon of Essex 1885, and of Colchester 1894, and Hon. Chap. Essex Imperial Yeo. 1901 ; consecrated Bishop of Colchester (Suffragan for Diocese of St. Albans) 1894: m. 1857, Emily Ann, dau. of Thomas Perry, Esq., of Moor Hall, Harlow, Essex.
Residence,-The Rectory, Chelmsford.