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St Asaph

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Description of arms. Sable, two keys endorsed in saltire the wards upwards argent.

Prior to the Norman period there is considerable uncertainty as to names and dates.

c.560 Kentigern

c.573 Asaph

1143 Gilbert

1152 Geoffrey of Monmouth

1154 Richard

1160 Godfrey

1175 Adam

1183 John I

1186 Reiner

1225 Abraham

1235 Hugh

1242 Hywel Ab Ednyfed

1249 Anian I [or Einion]

1267 John II

1268 Anian II

1293 Llywelyn de Bromfield

1315 Dafydd ap Bleddyn

1346 John Trevor I

1357 Llywelyn ap Madoc ab Ellis

1377 William de Spridlington

1382 Lawrence Child

1390 Alexander Bache

1395 John Trevor II

1411 Robert de Lancaster

1433 John Lowe

1444 Reginald Pecock

1451 Thomas Bird alias Knight

1471 Richard Redman

1496 Michael Deacon

1500 Dafydd ab Iorwerth

1504 Dafydd ab Owain

1513 Edmund Birkhead

1518 Henry Standish

1536 Robert Warton [or Parfew]

1555 Thomas Goldwell

1560 Richard Davies

1561 Thomas Davies

1573 William Hughes

1601 William Morgan

1604 Richard Parry

1624 John Hanmer

1629 John Owen

1660 George Griffith

1667 Henry Glemham

1670 Isaac Barrow

1680 William Lloyd

1692 Edward Jones

1703 George Hooper

1704 William Beveridge

1708 Will. Fleetwood

1715 John Wynne

1727 Francis Hare

1732 Thomas Tanner

1736 Isaac Maddox

1744 Samuel Lisle

1748 Robert Hay Drummond

1761 Richard Newcome

1769 Jonathan Shipley

1789 Samuel Hallifax

1790 Lewis Bagot

1802 Samuel Horsley

1806 William Cleaver

1815 John Luxmore

1830 William Carey

1846 Thomas Vowler Short

1870 Joshua Hughes

1889 Alfred George Edwards (Archbishop of Wales 1920)

1934 William Thomas Havard

1950 David Daniel Bartlett

1971 Harold John Charles

1982 Alwyn Rice Jones (Archbishop of Wales 1991)

1999 John Stewart Davies

2009 Gregory Kenneth Cameron