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Bishop Of Menevia - List of The Bishops of Menevia and Its Precursor Office - Bishop of Menevia
... Bishops of Menevia From Until Incumbent Notes 1921 ... Francis Edward Joseph Mostyn Formerly Vicar Apostolic of Wales (1895–1898) ... Appointed Bishop of Menevia on 14 May 1898 ... Fox Formerly an auxiliary bishop of Menevia (1965–1972) ...
Archbishop Of Cardiff - History
... The southern half became the Diocese of Newport and Menevia and the northern half became part of the Diocese of Shrewsbury ... the Vicariate Apostolic of Wales, which became the diocese of Menevia in 1898 ... archbishop has jurisdiction over the bishops of Menevia and Wrexham ...
Ballast Point, New South Wales - History
... only house thought to have existed on the site, Menevia ... point until 1875 the site was known as Menevia Point after the residence and from 1884 to 1928 was known as Perkins Point after Mrs Perkins who lived in the house ... From 1893 to at least 1915 Menevia was used as a boarding house and possibly still operated as such in the early 1920s ...
Archbishop Of Cardiff - Office Holders - Bishops of Newport and Menevia
... Bishops of Newport and Menevia From Until Incumbent Notes 1880 ... Thomas Joseph Brown, O.S.B ... Appointed Bishop of Newport and Menevia on 29 September 1850 ... Formerly an auxiliary bishop of Newport and Menevia (1873–1881) ...
St Joseph's Cathedral, Swansea
... It is the seat of the Bishop of Menevia and mother church of the Diocese of Menevia ... was converted to a cathedral in 1987 for the redefined Diocese of Menevia ...