Cleaver, Euseby, Dd

Cleaver, Euseby, D.D., archbishop of Dublin, was born in Buckinghamshire in 1746, and received his education in Christ Church, Oxford, where he took the degree of master of arts in 1770, and in 1778 that of doctor of divinity. In 1783 he, was preferred to the rectory of Tillington and another benefice in Sussex. In 1787 he accompanied the marquis of Buckingham to Ireland. In .March, 1789, he was consecrated bishop of Cork; in June of the same year was translated to the sees of Leighlin and Ferns; and in 1809 obtained, the archiepiscopal dignity. He died :at Tunbridge Wells in 1819. See D'Alton, Memoirs of the Abps. of Dublin, p. 352.

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