Berteford, Marcus Gervais, Dd
Berteford, Marcus Gervais, D.D.
an Irish Protestant prelate, was born in 1801. He was educated at Richmond School, Yorkshire, and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was made bachelor of arts in 1824; appointed rector of Kildallen in 1825, afterwards vicar of Drung and Lara, also vicar-general of Kilmore, and archdeacon of Armagh. In 1854 he was consecrated bishop of Kilmore, Elpin, and Ardagh, and in 1863 translated to the see of Armagh, and made primate of Ireland. He died December 26, 1885.