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John Mandeville (priest)

John Mandeville (1655 – 21 January 1725) was a Canon of Windsor from 1709 to 1722[1] and Dean of Peterborough from 1722 to 1725

Career

He was educated at Worksop College and St John’s College, Cambridge where he graduated BA 1673, MA 1677 and DD in 1694.[2]

He was appointed:

  • Rector of Dry Drayton, Cambridge 1690 - 1691
  • Chaplain to the King and Queen 1690 - 1725
  • Rector of St Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street 1691 - 1713
  • Prebendary of Lincoln 1695
  • Chancellor of Lincoln 1695 - 1713
  • Archdeacon of Lincoln 1709 - 1725
  • Dean of Peterborough 1722 - 1725
  • Prebendary of Westminster 1722 - 1725

He was appointed to the eighth stall in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in 1709, and held the stall until 1722.

Notes

  1. ^ Sidney Leslie Ollard; Maurice Bond (1950). Fasti Wyndesorienses: the deans and canons of Windsor. Pub. for the deans and canons of St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle by Oxley. 
  2. ^ "John Mandevile (MNDL670J)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. Retrieved 30 Jun 2014. 

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