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Henry St. George Tucker (16 July 1874 Warsaw, Virginia- 8 August 1959, Richmond, Virginia), the 19th Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, was an Episcopal priest and bishop. In the earlier part of his career, he served, who served alongside the British Anglican Hugh James Foss, as joint Bishop of the Osaka Diocese. He was later translated to Virginia and eventually became the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, thus becoming the leader of all Episcopalians in the United States. He was the first Bishop to hold this position full-time, rather than on top of a continuing diocesan appointment.
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