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Obituary: The Revd Professor Owen Chadwick

Obituary: The Revd Professor Owen Chadwick

OWEN CHADWICK, who died on 17 July, aged 99, was one of the two cleverest Anglican clergymen in his generation

Obituary: The Revd Jacqueline Broom

THE Revd Jacqueline Broom, who died on 25 June, was a remarkable person, a dedicated colleague, a faithful counsellor, and a wise friend to many

Obituary: The Revd Henry Edward Roberts

Obituary: The Revd Henry Edward Roberts

TED ROBERTS, who died on 28 June, aged 86, in November 1928, was born in south-east London, to a Roman Catholic mother from Middlesbrough and a Jewish cockney father

Eve Keatley

EVE KEATLEY, who was Press Secretary to Archbishop Robert Runcie in the turbulent years 1983 to 1990, died last month, aged 83

Glynis Stranraer-Mull

GLYNIS Mary Stranraer-Mull, who died on 8 June, aged 68, was an artist and spiritual director

The Revd John Burrell

THE Revd John Burrell spent a quarter of a century working for reconciliation in Africa, the highlight being his help in engineering a historic meeting between Robert Mugabe and Ian Smith in Rhodesia

The Revd Robert Mclean-Reid

THE Revd Robert Mclean-Reid, also known as Rab, Bob, and Rob, who died on 6 June, aged 72, was a truly remarkable person:

Alan Guy Taylor

GUY TAYLOR, a champion of bookselling in churches and cathedrals, who died on 7 June, a month short of his 83rd birthday, was born in Beckenham

The Revd Dr James Massey

IN THE outcaste seven-year-old boy, working in the landlord's fields in Punjab, no one could have envisaged Dr habil. James Massey of the Goethe University, Frankfurt

Canon Geoffrey Brown

Canon Geoffrey Brown

Geoffrey's great achievement during his decade as Vicar of St Martin-in-the- Fields was to rescue the church from the receivers

John Gordon Dewes

John Gordon Dewes

JOHN DEWES, who died on 12 May, aged 88, was the last living English cricketer to have played in Donald Bradman's final test match at the Oval in 1948

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