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Justin Portal Welby (born 6 January 1956) is the Bishop of Durham, the fourth most senior bishopric in the Church of England. He was previously the Dean of Liverpool. Welby was born to Gavin Bernard Welby (from an ancient Lincolnshire family) and his wife, Jane Gillian née Portal). His mother remarried, becoming Lady Williams of Elvel, some years after his father's death in 1975. He is also... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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