1697 - 1759
Maddox, Venn cites: MADDOX, ISAAC College: QUEENS' Born: July 27, 1697 Died: Sept. 28, 1759 M.A. from QUEENS', 1728 (Com. Reg.). S. of Edward, stationer, of London. B. there, July 27, 1697. Educated at Aberdeen. M.A. (Edinburgh), 1723. Incorp. at Queen's College, Oxford, 1724. B.A. (Oxford) 1724; D.D. Cambridge) 1731 (Lit. Reg.). Ord. priest (London) June 9, 1723. V. of Whiteparish, Wilts., 1724. Preb. of Chichester, 1725-44. R. of St Vedast, Foster Lane, 1730-6. Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester. Dean of Wells, 1734. Bishop of St Asaph, 1736-43. Bishop of Worcester, 1743-59. Author of a `Vindication' of the Elizabethan settlement of the Church of England. Died Sept. 28, 1759. Buried in Worcester Cathedral. (D.N.B.; Al. Oxon.) He owned "LITTLE MARLOW buk Westhorpe House Chase - Maddox - Faukener 1780+ Built by James Chase M.P. ca. 1707. Owned by Isaac Maddox, Bishop of Worcester (d. 1759). Owned by Everard Faukener ca. 1760+. N. Pevsner, Buckinghamshire, 1960. VCH, Buckinghamshire. "
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|Died: Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire, England 28th Sep 1759 ||Buried: |
|27th Jul 1697||Born England|
|28th Sep 1759||Died Worcester, Worcestershire, England|