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Deaths

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21 June 2013

BAILEY. - On 23 April, the Revd Eric Arthur Bailey: Chaplain to the Forces (Emergency Commission) (1942-43); Assistant Curate of Kingsbury, in charge of Hurley and Wood End (1944-45); Vicar of Dordon with Freazley (1945-52); Rector of Londesborough (1952-60); Curate-in-Charge of Nunburnholme (1953-54); Rector (1954-50); Curate-in-Charge of Burnby (1953-54); Rector (1954-60); Vicar of Great with Little Ouseburn, and of Marton with Grafton (1960-65); Stonegate (1965-79); aged 99.

BENTON. - On 15 June, the Revd Michael John Benton: Senior Lecturer of King Alfred's College, Winchester (1974-76); NSM of Weeke (1974-76); Assistant Curate of Bursledon (1976-78); Rector of Over Wallop with Nether Wallop (1978-83); Winchester Diocesan Director of Edication (1979-96); Rector of St Lawrence and St Maurice with St Swithun, Winchester (1983-90); Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (1989-2003); Priest-in-Charge of Kingsclere (1996-2003); Chaplain to the Queen (1998-2008); aged 74.

CLARK. - On 13 June, the Revd Robert Henry Clark: Vicar of Platt Bridge (1975-84); St Paul's, Hatton Hill, Litherland (1984-94); aged 81.

CLEVELAND. - On 7 June, the Revd Lorna Christina Cleveland: NSM of Wye with Brook (2002-07); Wye with Brook and Hastingleigh with Boughton Aluph and Eastwell (2007-10); Mersham with Hinxhill and Sellindge (2008-10); aged 74.

DOMINIC CR. - On 12 June, the Revd Fr Dominic CR (Robert Edward Whitnall): Member of the Community of the Resurrection since 1947; Mission Priest of Sophiatown, Johannesburg (1947-59); Priest-in-Charge (1959-61); Rosettenville (1961-66); Hon. Assistant Curate of Battyeford since 1968; aged 98.

KINGSBURY. - On 6 June, the Revd Richard John Kingsbury: Chaplain of King's College, London (1970-75); Vicar of Hungerford with Denford and Eddington (1975-83); Rector of St Peter's, Caversham, and Mapledurham (1983-2007); Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (1992-2007); aged 72.

ROYALL. - On 17 June, the Revd Arthur Robert Royall: Vicar of Heap Bridge (1956-59); St Augustine's, Whitton (1959-64); Curate-in-Charge of St Michael and All Angels, Bromley by Bow (1964-71); Rector of All Saints', Poplar, with St Nicholas's, Blackwall, and St Frideswide's, Poplar (1964-71); Rural Dean of Poplar (1965-66); Curate-in-Charge of St Saviour with St Gabriel and St Stephen, Poplar (1968-71); Rector of All Saints with St Frideswide, Poplar, and St Michael and All Angels, Bromley by Bow, and St Saviour with St Gabriel and St Stephen, Poplar (1971-73); Rural Dean of Tower Hamlets (1968-76); Rector of Bow with St Leonard's Bromley (1973-76); Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral (1973-86); Curate-in-Charge of Holy Trinity, Tredegar Square, Stepney (1973-76); St Barnabas's, Bethnal Green (1973-75); Archbishops' Clergy Appointments Adviser (1976-85); aged 93.

WILLIAMS. - On 9 June, the Revd Gwyneth Williams, Assistant Curate of St George's, Gravesend (2010-13); aged 66.

WINGATE. - On 15 June, the Revd David Hugh Wingate: Vicar of Wolston (1952-56); All Saints', Coventry (1956-60); Rector of Patterdale 91960-66); Chaplain of Leeds United Hospitals (1966-71); Garlands, Cumberland and Westmorland Hospitals, Carlisle (1971-86); Vicar of Cotehill with Cumwhinton (1972-86); Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (1985-86); aged 91.

WRIGHT. - On 16 June, the Revd Christopher Nigel Wright: Vicar of New Springs, Wigan (1977-82); Assistant Curate of Dovecot (1982-85); Rainford (1985-89); aged 73.

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