Ingram, Arthur Foley Winnington

Ingram, Arthur Foley Winnington

Ingram, Arthur Foley Winnington, 1858-1946, English prelate, bishop of London (1901-39). He was a lifelong leader in social work in London's East End. His many books include What a Layman Should Believe (1938) and Fifty Years' Work in London (1940).

See biography by S. P. Carpenter (1949).

This is a List of Privy Counsellors of the United Kingdom appointed during the reign of King Edward VII, from 1901 to 1910.

Edward VII, 1901-1910

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