The Bishop of Down and Connor is an episcopal title which takes its name from the town of Downpatrick (located in County Down) and the village of Connor (located in County Antrim) in Northern Ireland. The title is still used by the Roman Catholic Church, but in the Church of Ireland it has been united with other bishoprics.
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... Roman Catholic Bishops of Down and Connor From Until Incumbent Notes 1539 ... Robert Blyth OSB Appointed 16 April 1520 deposed by Pope Paul III in 1539 when he accepted. 1711 ... See vacant During this period, the two dioceses of Down and Connor seem to have been governed by separate vicars general. 1824 ... Patrick MacMullan Appointed coadjutor bishop 29 July consecrated 21 September 1793 succeeded 8 October 1794 died 25 October 1824 ...
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