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Deaths

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23 November 2012

BARNES. - on 14 November, the Revd David John Barnes: Assistant Curate of Crayford (1968-71); RAF Chaplain (1971-75); Chaplain of Sutton Valence School (1975-87); Assistant Curate of Minster-in-Sheppey (1987-93); Vicar of Ash with Westmarsh (1993-2001); Rural Dean of East Bridge (1998-2001); aged 75.

HEPPLE. - On 21 October, the Revd Gordon Hepple: Assistant Curate of St Cuthbert's, Billingham (1963-64); St Paul's, Ryhope (1964); Wingate Grange (1968-69); St Mary's Gateshead (1969-71); Priest-in-Charge of Low Team (1971-72); Rector of Lyons (1972-79); Vicar of St Aidan's, Basford (1979-84); Blackhill (1984-95); aged 80.

WATKINS. - On 28 October, the Revd Gordon Derek Watkins: in Australia, (1953-61): Vicar of Texas (1958-60); Priest-in-Charge of Milmerran (1960-61); Assistant Curate of St Wilfrid's, Harrogate (1961-63); Vicar of Upton Park (1963-67); Rector of Great and Little Bentley (1967-73); Rector of Great Canfield (1973-78); Pastoral Secretary of London diocese (1978-84); Secretary of the London Diocesan Advis- ory Committee (1984-94); Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey (1984-89); Priest-in-Charge of St Martin Ludgate (1984-89); Priest-in- Ordinary to the Queen (1984-94); aged 83.

YATES. - On 15 November, the Revd Alan John Richard Yates: Ordained Local Minister of Cley Hill, Warminster (1999-2007); Cley Hill Villages (2007-08); aged 74.

 

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