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Day was born into an ecclesiastical family; his father was Maurice Day, later Bishop of Clogher. Educated at Oakham School and Pembroke College, Cambridge (whence he gained his Cambridge Master of Arts (MA Cantab)), he was ordained in 1897. He was a Missionary for the Cambridge Mission to Delhi until 1909 when he became Vicar of St Ann’s Church, Dublin (1913–21). He became Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin in 1920, holding the post for 18 years. In 1938 he was elected Archbishop of Armagh but died within two months of taking office, having at some point become a Doctor of Divinity (DD).

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  • Day was born into an ecclesiastical family; his father was Maurice Day, later Bishop of Clogher. Educated at Oakham School and Pembroke College, Cambridge (whence he gained his Cambridge Master of Arts (MA Cantab)), he was ordained in 1897. He was a Missionary for the Cambridge Mission to Delhi until 1909 when he became Vicar of St Ann’s Church, Dublin (1913–21). He became Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin in 1920, holding the post for 18 years. In 1938 he was elected Archbishop of Armagh but died within two months of taking office, having at some point become a Doctor of Divinity (DD).
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  • 1938-9-0
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  • 1874-5-12
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  • Godfrey Day
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  • Archbishop of Armagh; Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin; Irish Anglican bishop
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  • Day was born into an ecclesiastical family; his father was Maurice Day, later Bishop of Clogher. Educated at Oakham School and Pembroke College, Cambridge (whence he gained his Cambridge Master of Arts (MA Cantab)), he was ordained in 1897. He was a Missionary for the Cambridge Mission to Delhi until 1909 when he became Vicar of St Ann’s Church, Dublin (1913–21). He became Bishop of Ossory, Ferns and Leighlin in 1920, holding the post for 18 years. In 1938 he was elected Archbishop of Armagh but died within two months of taking office, having at some point become a Doctor of Divinity (DD).
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  • June 1920 – June 1938
  • June 1938 – September 1938
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