I noted that The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Anglican Communion, edited by Ian S. Markham, J. Barney Hawkins, IV, Justyn Terry, and Leslie Nuñez Steffensen contains two minor factual errors.
Page 274 says that Bishop Michael Solomon Alexander arrived in 1841 to Palestine. He was consecrated bishop that year (in Canterbury Chapel, as I recall), but did not arrive in Palestine until the following year.
Also, page 275 says that George Francis Popham Blyth (fourth bishop of the diocese, and first Englishman to hold the office) was a convert from Judaism. Solomon was the convert from (Rabbinic) Judaism. Blyth was from an Anglican family and had as an ancestor (I think) a former Archbishop of Canterbury.
Perhaps if this book is published in another edition these corrections can be incorporated.