Sucessão Apostólica

CELTIC LINE

(THE CELTIC HEBRAIC SUCCESSION)

James the Less
(The Brother of Jesus, and recognized by the other Apostles as Bishop of Jerusalem)
Simeon
Justus I
Zaccheus
Tobias
Benjamin
John I
Matthias
Philip
Seneca
Justus II
Levi
Ephraim
Joseph I
Judas
Marcus
Cassianus
Publius
Maximus I
Julian I
Caius I
Symmachus
Caius II
Julian II
Maximus II
Antonius
Capito
Valius
Daleanus
Narcissus
Dius
Germanio
Gordius
Alexander
Nazabancs
Hymenacus
Zamboas
Herman
Marcarius
Maximus III
Cyril
Herenius
Hilary
John II
Praglius
Juvenal
Anastacius
Martyrius
Salutis
Elias
John III of Jerusalem
St. David
(First Celtic Bishop of Mineva, St. David´s Wales, 519 AD)

Cynog
Teilo
Ceven
Morfall
Haerwneu
Elwaed
Gwrnwen
Llumverth
Gwrgwyst
Eineon
Clydawg
Elfod
Ethelman
Elane
Magelsgwyd
Made
Cadell
Sadwrnfen
Novis
Sulhaithnay
Idwall
Asser
Arthwael
Samsom
Reubin
Rhydderch
Elwin
Morbiw
Llunwerth
Hubert
Enerius
Ivor
Morgeneu I
Nathan
Jenan
Arwystl
Morgeneu II
Ervin
Trahacarn
Joseph II
Bleiddud
Salien
Abraham
Rhyddmarch
Wilfrid
Bernard
D. Fitzgerald
P. de Leia
G. Camb
G. de Henelawe
Jowerth
Gross
de Carew
T. Hech
D. Martin
H. Gower
J. Thorsby
R. Brain
F. Fastolfe
H. Doughton
J. Gilbert
G. de Mona
Henry Chichele
(Bishop of the Celtic Church in Wales, St. David´s in 1408, made Archbishop of Canterbury by Rome in 1414)
J. Stalford
J. Kemp
Thomas Bourchier
John Morton
H Dean
William Wareham
Thomas Cranmer (c.1533)
(First Reformed Archbishop of Canterbury, Church of England)
William Barlow (c.1536)
(Bishop of St Asaph, of St David’s, of Bath and Wells and of Chichester)
Matthew Parker (c.1559)
(Second Reformed Archbishop of Canterbury, Church of England)
Edmund Grindal (c.1559)
John Whitgift (c.1577)
Richard Bancroft (c.1597)
George Abbot (c.1609)
George Montaigne (c.1617)
William Laud (c.1621)
(Bishop of St. David´s 1621, Chancellor of Oxford University 1629, Archbishop of Canterbury 1633.)
Brian Duppa (c.1638)
Gilbert Sheldon (c.1663)
Henry Compton (c.1674)
William Sancroft (c.1678)
Thomas White (c.1685)
George Hickes (c.1693)
James Gadderar (c.1712)
Thomas Rattray (c.1727)
William Falconar (c.1741)
Robert Kilgour (c.1768)
(Bishop of Aberdeen - Scotland)
Samuel Seabury (c.1784)
(First Bishop of The Protestant Episcopal Church of United States of America)
T. J. Claggett (c.1792)
Edward Bass (c.1797)
Abraham Jarvis (c.1797)
A. V. Griswold (c.1811)
J. H. Hopkins (c.1832)
G. D. Cummins (c.1866)
(First Bishop of The Reformed Episcopal Church)
Charles E. Cheney (c.1873)
W. R. Nicholson (c.1876)
A. S. Richardson (c.1879)
Leon Chechemian (c.1890)
Andrew Charles Albert McLagen (c.1897)
James Heard (c.1922)
William Bernard Crow (c.1943)
Hugh George de Wilmott-Newman (c.1944)
Wallace David de Ortega Maxey (c.1946)
Charles David Luther (c.1977)
Richard James Ingram (c.1984)
Donald Saint Peters (c.1988)
Donald Wharton (c.1989)
Peter A. Compton-Caputo (c.1993)
(Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Independent Communion in the Americas)
Norman Sydney Dutton (c.1999)
(1999 – Bishop in Anglia and Presiding-Bishop of the Anglican Independent Communion in the British Isles & Europe; 1999 - Titular Celtic Archbishop of Marr, Buchan & Ross; 2003 – Metropolitan Archbishop of de Anglican Independent Communion Worldwide and Archbishop of Grandis Britannia; 2007 – Archbishop Emeritus of Grandis Britannia)
Barry Frank Peachey (c. 2005)
(2005 - Bishop in Anglia, Regionary Bishop for the Midland Counties of England and Metropolitan Chancellor of The Anglican Independent Communion Worldwide; 2007 – Archbishop Emeritus of United Kingdom and Europe -
The Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches) Dom Mattos...
Roberto de Avelar Coelho da Silva Azevedo, fundador da Fraternidade Cristã-Celta no Brasil, 2013

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