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Charles Alcock

Charles Alcock

Archdeacon of Chichester
Charles Alcock
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Intro Archdeacon of Chichester
Was Cleric Chaplain Deacon
Type Religion
Gender male
Birth 1757
Death 1803 (aged 46 years)
Corpus Christi College
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The Venerable Charles Alcock (1754–1803) was an English cleric. He was Archdeacon of Chichester from his installation on 15 May 1802 until his death.

He was the son of the Rev. John Alcock, rector of Bucknell, Oxfordshire, and was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where he matriculated in 1773. He was awarded the degree of B.C.L. at New College in 1782.

Alcock died at Trotton (where he had been Rector from 1781 until 1782) on 10 September 1803: a prebendary of Chichester Cathedral, he was Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester until his appointment as Archdeacon.

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