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William Wake served as the chancellor of the College of William and Mary twice from 1721 until 1729 and then again from 1736 until his death in 1737. He succeeded Thomas Tenison as the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1716 and held that position until 1737.

Preceded by College of William and Mary Chancellor Succeeded by
John Robinson

1714-1721

William Wake

1721-1729

Edmund Gibson

1729-1736

Preceded by College of William and Mary Chancellor Succeeded by
Edmund Gibson

1729-1736

William Wake

1736-1737

Edmund Gibson

1737-1748

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