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22 November 2013

BARTLE. - On 9 November, the Ven. Reginald Stephen Bartle: South American Missionary Society Mis-sioner at Quepe, Chile (1955-1958); Cholchol (1958-62); Temuco (1963-1970); Hon. Canon of St Andrew's Cathedral, Santiago (1964-1970); Archdeacon of Southern Chile (1964-69); Northern Chile (1969-70); SAMS North-West England Area Secretary (1970-73); SAMS Home Secretary (1973-79); Hon. Assistant Curate of Southborough (1976-78); St James's, Tunbridge Wells (1978-80); Assistant Curate (1980-1983); aged 88.

HOPCRAFT. - On 9 November, the Revd Jonathan Richard Hopcraft: Rector of St George's, Antigua (1968-72); Assistant Curate of Great Grimsby (in charge of St Hugh's) (1972-73); Team Vicar in the Great Grimsby Team (1973-76); Vicar of Blyton with Pilham, and Priest-in-Charge of Laughton with Wildsworth and of East Stockwith with Walkerith (1976-84); Team Vicar in the Bilston Team (1984-90); Priest-in-Charge of St John's, Wolverhampton (1990-98); Assistant Curate in the Wolverhampton Team (1997-98); Team Vicar in the Central Wolverhampton Team (1998-2000); aged 79.

STOREY. - On 17 November, the Revd William Leslie Maurice Storey: Vicar of St Luke's, West Derby (1975-80); Hunts Cross (1981-83); Hon. Assistant Curate of St Paul's, Brixton (1983-86); Priest-in-Charge of St Saviour's, Brixton Hill (1983-86); St Paul's, Brixton (1987-88); aged 82.

WILLIAMS. - On 29 September, the Ven. Henry Leslie Williams: Chaplain of HMS Conway (1948-49); Assistant Curate of St Mary-without-the-Walls, Chester (1949-53); Vicar of Barnston (1953-84); Chaplain to the Forces (Territorial Army) (1954-62); Rural Dean of Wirral (1967-75); Hon. Canon of Chester Cathedral (1972-75); Archdeacon of Chester (1975-88); aged 94.

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