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Christine Phillis

Christine Phillis, who died on 22 February, aged 89, was a musician and teacher, and, for 73 years, an organist

Recollection

Recollection

The Revd Tom Devonshire Jones

Obituary: The Very Revd John David Treadgold

THE Very Revd John Treadgold, who died on 15 February, aged 83, had been Dean of Chichester from 1989 to 2001, and before that was a Canon of St George's, Windsor, from 1981 to 1989

Obituary: Christopher Morris

Christopher Morris, who died on 23 November, aged 92, was an elder statesman of English church music. During a long career as music editor for Oxford University Press, he oversaw a series of definitive publications, not least the best-selling Carols for Choirs

Obituary: Canon Michael John Butler

CANON Michael Butler, who died on 28 November, aged 82, after a car accident in Norfolk, was a priest who gave much of his ministry and energy to encouraging the spiritual life of older people

Obituary: The Revd Thomas Percy Norman Devonshire Jones

Obituary: The Revd Thomas Percy Norman Devonshire Jones

The Revd Tom Devonshire Jones, who died on 27 February, aged 80, sought to refashion the very serious matter of the Church's relationship to the visual arts

Obituary: Lady Nairne

PENELOPE, Lady Nairne, an extraordinarily energetic woman, whose ideas were often in advance of her time, died on 23 December, aged 87. She was, among many other activities, a Church of England Reader and trainer, and was also the founder and president of Home-Start Oxford

Obituary: Canon George David Surtees Galilee

CANON David Galilee, who died on 16 January, aged 77, was very much the life and soul of Blackburn Cathedral during his nine years as Canon Chancellor

Obituary: Margaret Daniel

A VALUED former member of the Church Times editorial staff, Margaret Daniel, died on 11 February

Obituary: CHARLES CLEALL

THE death on 11 January of Charles Cleall, aged 87, has deprived the world of church music of one of its most able teachers and choir-trainers

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