25 July 2014



On 18 July, the Rt Revd Donald Seymour Arden: Assistant Priest of the Pretoria Native Mission (1944-51); Director of the Usuthu Mission (1951-61); Canon of St Michael and All Angels Cathedral, Zululand (1959-61); Bishop of Nyasaland (1961-64); Malawi (1964-71); South Malawi (1971-81); Archbishop of Central Africa (1971-80); Priest-in-Charge of St Margaret's, Uxbridge (1981-86); Assistant Bishop in the Willesden Episcopal Area (1981-93); Hon. Assistant Bishop in the diocese of London (1994-11); Hon. Assistant Curate of St Alban's, North Harrow (1986-11); aged 98.


. - On 15 July, the Revd Gerald James Alexander Carson: Rector of Kilteevogue (1954-57); Dunfanaghy (1957-68); Rural Dean of Kilmacrenan West (1960-); Canon of Raphoe Cathedral (1967-81); Rector of Urney with Sion Mills (1968-85); Canon of Derry Cathedral (1981-85); Rector of Clonallon with Warrenpoint (1985-90); aged 89.


. - On 6 July, the Revd Dr Malcolm Norris France: Vicar of Esholt with Hawksworth (1958-64); Chaplain of the University of Essex (1964-73); Priest-in-Charge of Starston (1987-93); aged 85.


. - On 17 July, the Revd Susan Louise Lancaster: NSM of St Edmund's, Roundhay (2001-09); aged 67.


. - On 11 July, the Revd William Albany Macourt: Assistant Curate of St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, in charge of the MissionDistrict (1946-48); Rector of Duneane with Ballyscullion (1948-51);St Mark's, Ballysillan (1951-64); Church of Ireland Press Officer (1958-71); Vicar of Ballymacarrett (1964-89); Prebendary of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin (1975-89); Archdeacon of Down (1980-89); Chancellor of St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast (1985-89); Down & Dromore Diocesan Information Officer (1989-97); aged 95.

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