William Crawley (20 April 1803 in Rotherfield - 12 January 1896 in Bryngwyn) was a long serving 19th-century Welsh Anglican priest, most notably Archdeacon of Monmouth for over forty years. Crawley was educated at Shrewsbury and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He was a Fellow of Magdalen from 1824 to 1834. Crawley was ordained deacon in 1825 and priest in 1826. He held livings at Llanvihangel (1831-1858) and Bryngwyn (1834-1896). He was Archdeacon of Monmouth from 1844 to 1885. His son Richard was a noted classical scholar.

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  • William Crawley (20 April 1803 in Rotherfield - 12 January 1896 in Bryngwyn) was a long serving 19th-century Welsh Anglican priest, most notably Archdeacon of Monmouth for over forty years. Crawley was educated at Shrewsbury and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He was a Fellow of Magdalen from 1824 to 1834. Crawley was ordained deacon in 1825 and priest in 1826. He held livings at Llanvihangel (1831-1858) and Bryngwyn (1834-1896). He was Archdeacon of Monmouth from 1844 to 1885. His son Richard was a noted classical scholar. (en)
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  • William Crawley (20 April 1803 in Rotherfield - 12 January 1896 in Bryngwyn) was a long serving 19th-century Welsh Anglican priest, most notably Archdeacon of Monmouth for over forty years. Crawley was educated at Shrewsbury and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He was a Fellow of Magdalen from 1824 to 1834. Crawley was ordained deacon in 1825 and priest in 1826. He held livings at Llanvihangel (1831-1858) and Bryngwyn (1834-1896). He was Archdeacon of Monmouth from 1844 to 1885. His son Richard was a noted classical scholar. (en)
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  • William Crawley (priest) (en)
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