Frankie, Do you mean the Alford who was the Dean of Canterbury?His name was Henry Alford and he was the son of Henry Alford and his first wife, Sarah Eliza Paget.Henry Alford was appointed Dean of Canterbury in 1857.He married his cousin Frances Oke Alford, daughter of the Rev. Samuel Alford.They had four children but the two sons died young.The daughters--Alice married Rev. William Thomas Bullock and Frances Mary married Rev. Henry Edmund Tilsley Cruso. Henry's cousin, Charles R. Alford, was an Anglican Bishop who was in Japan from 1867 to 1872.He was consecrated bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, in 1868.The background of this family had continuous clerical careers for six generations and became known as two lines--the "Dean's branch" and the "Bishop's branch" during the Victorian period. Almost all we know of Henry Alford comes from Josiah Alford's ALFORD FAMILY NOTES, ANCIENT AND MODERN, Phillimore and Co., 1908.Perhaps you could find more in some English Anglican or Episcopal history.