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John James Pulleine (10 September 1841, Spennithorne, Yorkshire - 15 April 1913) was an Anglican Suffragan Bishop in the latter part of the 19th and earliest part of the 20th century.
John James Pulleine was born in Spennithorne, Yorkshire on 10 September 1841,〔(Roots web )〕 son of the Reverend Robert Pulleine, sometime Rector of Kirby Wiske.〔''Who was Who 1897-1990'', London, A & C Black, 1991. ISBN 0-7136-3457-X〕 He was educated at Marlborough and Trinity College, Cambridge and ordained in 1868. He began his career with a curacy at St Giles-in-the-Fields after which he was appointed Rector of his father’s old parish. Appointed Suffragan to assist the Bishop of Ripon in 1888 he initially took the title of Bishop of Penrith as this was one of the 26 titles permitted by the Act passed by Henry VIII but this was changed to the more relevant Bishop of Richmond when the Bishops Suffragan Nominations Act was passed.〔”Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal” By The Marquis of Ruvigny & Raineval Originally published by T.C and E.C Jack of London in 1907 and again by The Genealogical Publishing Company of Baltimore, Maryland in 1994 (ISBN 0806314338)〕 “A man whose long experience rendered his counsel invaluable in diocesan affairs”,〔The Times, Wednesday, Apr 16, 1913; pg. 11; Issue 40187; col B Obituary- The Bishop Of Richmond〕 he died on 15 April 1913.
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