- Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire
The Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA), covers the entire state of New Hampshire. It was originally part of the Diocese of Massachusetts, but became independent in 1841. The see city is Concord. The diocese has no cathedral.
Bishops of New Hampshire
I. Alexander Viets Griswold, bishop of the Episcopal Eastern Diocese from 1811 to 1832, when the Diocese of New Hampshire was split off. The Episcopal Church lists him as I New Hampshire; II. Carlton Chase 1844–1870 III. William Woodruff Niles 1870–1914 IV. Edward Melville Parker 1906–1925 V. John Thomas Dallas 1926–1948 VI. Charles Francis Hall 1948–1973 VII. Philip Alan Smith 1973–1986 VIII. Douglas Edwin Theuner 1986–2003 IX. V. Gene Robinson 2003–incumbent
- Official Web site of the Diocese of New Hampshire
- A Memorial of the Right Reverend Carlton Chase, D.D., First Bishop of New-Hampshire, 1844 to 1870, with a Biographical Sketch
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