Mr. Veley collects a few particulars regarding them from the unregistered wills of the archdeaconry of Essex.
In 1889 Tunbridge deanery was created in the archdeaconry of Maidstone.
The gallantry of this fighting priest was afterwards rewarded by the gift of the archdeaconry of Aberdeen.
This will was proved in the archdeaconry of Huntingdon, Sept. 18, 1724.
The archdeaconry of Richmondshire remained, but the archdeacon was shorn of power.
While still only a deacon Becket received many ecclesiastical benefices, including the archdeaconry of Canterbury.
The archdeaconry was built in the time of Edward I., but the front of the house has been entirely modernised.
Hommy-beg set off at fine paces that carried him to the archdeaconry a matter of four miles an hour.
Are the arrangements with reference to the Sabbath-day schools generally pretty good in your archdeaconry?
"And can specially select any clergyman he pleases from the archdeaconry," said the bishop.