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Deaths

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01 March 2013

CLAUSEN

. - On 26 January, the Revd John Frederick Clausen: Rector of Stone near Dartford (1977-89); aged 75.

GILL

. - On 16 February, the Rt Revd Kenneth Edward Gill: in Mysore diocese, Church of South India (1957-72); Bishop of Karnataka Central, India (1972-80); Assistant Bishop of Newcastle upon Tyne (1980-98); Hon. Assistant Bishop since 1999; aged 80.

GREENE

. - On 22 February, the Revd Paul David O'Dwyer Greene: NSM of Emmanuel Church, Northwood, since 1993; aged 59.

HARDY

. - On 11 February, the Revd Paul Richard Hardy: Chaplain of University College, Dar-es-Salaam, and USPG Missionary in Zanzibar & Tanga diocese (1964-65); Dar-es-Salaam (1965-77); Diocesan Administrative Secretary, Dar-es-Salaam (1969-88); Canon of St Alban's Cathedral, Dar-es-Salaam (1974-88); Priest-in-Charge (1977-88); Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Zanzibar (1988-95); Hon. Canon since 1995; aged 82.

VINCENT

. - On 22 February, the Revd Henry William Gordon Vincent: Vicar of St Katherine's, North Hammersmith (1955-64); St Augustine of Canterbury's, Whitton (1964-81); aged 96.

WALTERS

. - On 17 February, the Revd Andrew Farrar Walters: Head Master and Warden of St Michael's College, Tenbury (1977-85); Chaplain of Exeter Cathedral School (1985-87); Head Master of Homefield School and Hon. Assistant Curate of St Nicholas's, Sutton (1987-92); Head Master of Lichfield Cathedral School and Chancellor's Vicar of Lichfield Cathedral (1993-2002); aged 70.

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