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Nathaniel Crew, 3rd Baron Crew (31 January –1 November ) was Bishop of Oxford from to , then Bishop of Durham from to As such he was one of the longest serving bishops of the Church of England. An examination of the life and character of Nathanael Lord Crewe, Bishop of Durham: wherein the writings of his several biographers, and other authors, are critically reviewed, and compared with a Manuscript, never before published, Containing Curious Anecdotes of that Prelate. Buy Nathaniel Lord Crewe, Bishop of Durham, , and his Diocese, etc. With plates, including portraits (Church Historical Society. Publications. New ser. no. ) by Charles Edwin Whiting, Nathaniel Crew (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles Edwin Whiting, Nathaniel Crew. Lord Crewe was Bishop of Durham from to , having previously been Rector (Principal) of Lincoln College Oxford and Bishop of Oxford. Since his death in , his trustees have implemented the terms of his will to support various named charities, necessitous clergy in the current Church of England dioceses of Durham and Newcastle.
MEMOIRS OF NATHANIEL, LORD CREWE. 43 Bishop of Durham, Dr. Crew, hath given to the Bodlejan Gallery viz. K. Charles II and his Queen, K. James II and his Queen, and a picture of himself (the Bishop).". The Bishop of Durham is the Anglican bishop responsible for the Diocese of Durham in the Province of diocese is one of the oldest in England and its bishop is a member of the House of Lords. Paul Butler has been the Bishop of Durham since his election was confirmed at York Minster on 20 January The previous bishop was Justin Welby, Archbishop of Diocese: Durham. John Crew, 1st Baron Crew of Stene (Steyne) ( – 12 December ) was an English Puritan politician, who sided with the Parliamentary cause during the Civil War but was raised to a peerage by Charles II after the Restoration. according to his son Nathaniel, who became bishop of Durham, Crewe was twice offered the chancellorship of the. The castle, then a romantically crumbling medieval stronghold, was purchased by Nathaniel Lord Crewe and Bishop of Durham in from his second wife’s bankrupt family. Having spent a significant sum towards repairs, Crewe made the castle the focus of charitable work, formalised by the appointment of trustees after his death in
Over 30 volumes and files of papers, mainly records of the Sharps' book collections and the subsequent history of the library at Bamburgh Castle, but also including a commonplace-book of John Sharp III, an 18th century gunnery manual, an 18th-century life of Nathaniel Lord Crewe, Bishop of Durham, a 19th century enquiry into Northumberland. Lord Crewe Arms, Blanchland, County Durham: hotel review A rare example of a place that gets everything right, this pub, restaurant and hotel makes the most of its historic setting while resisting Author: Gemma Bowes. Of his private influence in 'high places' one evidence remains in his successful intercession with the archbishop (Tillotson) in behalf of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe, bishop of Durham, who had been excepted from the act of indemnity of His eldest son, John Sharp, D.D., was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, became a prebendary of Durham, archdeacon of Northumberland, vicar of Hartborne, perpetual curate of Bamburgh, and senior trustee of the estates of Nathaniel, lord Crewe, bishop of Durham, whose charities he was indefatigable in promoting; and died on 28 April