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Obituary: ANNE FRANCES POTTS

A LINK with the Church Times's editorial past has been broken with the death on 12 November of Anne Frances Potts, who edited what became its Young Readers' Page in the 1950s and 1960s

Obituary: PREBENDARY MICHAEL MORETON

PREBENDARY Michael Moreton, who died on 25 September, aged 97, was successively Rector and Priest-in-Charge of St Mary Steps in Exeter for more than three decades. He was an example of a priest who accompanied his parishioners on a life-long journey

Recollections

FURTHER to your obituary of Alvin Stardust (Gazette, 31 October): he worked with me on the BBC School Radio series Something to Think About in the early 1990s

Obituary: DAVID ROBIN CHARLES TRENDELL

Obituary: DAVID ROBIN CHARLES TRENDELL

DAVID TRENDELL was an extraordinary musician, a talented organist, and a director able to get the best out of young singers

Obituary: ALVIN STARDUST

Obituary: ALVIN STARDUST

ALVIN STARDUST - his real name was Bernard William Jewry - was a star of the rock-music scene in the 1970s

Obituary: ANTHONY JOHN SADLER

ANTHONY SADLER, who died from cancer on 1 October, a day before his 76th birthday, was the Archbishops' Secretary for Appointments between 1996 and 2003. In this capacity, he served three Archbishops: George Carey, David Hope, and, more briefly, Rowan Williams

Obituary: THE RT REVD STEPHEN WHITEFIELD SYKES

Obituary: THE RT REVD STEPHEN WHITEFIELD SYKES

THE Rt Revd Stephen Sykes, who died on 24 September, aged 75, was a leading theologian of Anglicanism, spending his career at Cambridge and Durham universities, though he may never have been completely at ease as Bishop of Ely

Obituary: THE VEN. DAVID THOMAS IVOR JENKINS

THE Ven. David Jenkins, who died on 16 September, aged 86, shared his name with clerical and other luminaries. This was occasionally a source of confusion and fun; but for those of us who knew him, there could only ever be one DTIJ - David Thomas Ivor Jenkins

Obituary: THE REVD RONALD TREASURE

THE Revd Ronald Charles Treasure died on 4 July, after a short spell in hospital. Only months before, he had celebrated his 90th birthday with his twin sister, Pamela, and had since enjoyed revisiting his large family: five sons, a daughter, and 16 grandchildren

Obituary: THE REVD PHILIP BROWNLESS

THE Revd Philip Paul Stanley Brownless, who died on 7 September, aged 95, enjoyed a varied life, and his conversation was strewn with anecdotes from mule-training to sailing adventures

Obituary: THE REVD DESMOND KER

THE Revd Desmond Agar-Ellis Ker, who died in Folkestone on 19 August, aged 99, was educated at Malvern College, where his father was bursar. He served in the Second World War as a commissioned officer in Iceland, later attached to the Durham Light Infantry, in coastal defences in the south of England

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