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03 October 2014

BARRODALE. - On 29 September, the Revd George Bryan Barrodale: Team Vicar in the Merthyr Tydfil and Cyfarthfa Rectorial Benefice (1972-76); Rector of Cotgrave and Priest-in-Charge of Owthorpe (1976-2000); Rural Dean of Bingham (1994-00); Chaplain to the Forces (Territorial Army) (1976-86); Vicar of Beeston (2000-06); Hon. Canon of Southwell Minster (1997-2006); Canon Emeritus since 2006; aged 70.

GRUNDY. - On 30 September, the Revd Jocelyn Pratchitt Grundy: Rector of Shere with Peasleake (1968-73); Vicar of Fleet (1973-83); Assistant Curate of St Michael's, Aldershot (1983-87); aged 92.

LINGARD. - On 28 September, the Revd Keith Patrick Lingard: Metropolitan Area Secretary of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa (1963-65); Vicar of South Farnborough (1965-75); Rector of Glaston with Bisbrooke (1975-76); Morcott with Glaston and Bisbrooke (1977-95); aged 84.

MORETON. - On 25 September, the Revd Michael Joseph Moreton: Lecturer in Theology at the University of Exeter (1957-86); Rector of St Mary Steps, Exeter (1959-86); Priest-in-Charge (1986-92); Rural Dean of Christianity (1983-89); Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (1985-86); 97.

PAGE. - On 22 September, the Revd John Laurance Howard Page: Vicar of Lockerley and East Dean with East and West Tytherley (1976-89); Rural Dean of Romsey (1985-89); Vicar of Lord's Hill (1989-97); Priest-in-Charge of Darby Green (1997-2002); Vicar (2002-05); aged 74.

SCOTT-JOYNT. - On 27 September, the Rt Revd Michael Charles Scott-Joynt: Tutor of Cuddesdon Theological College (1967-71); Chaplain (1971-72); Team Vicar in the Newbury Team Ministry (1972-75); Curate-in-Charge of Bicester and of Caversfield (1975-79); Bucknell (1976-79); Rural Dean of Bicester (1976-81); Rector of Bicester with Bucknell, Caversfield and Launton (1979-81); Canon Residentiary of St Albans Cathedral, and St Albans Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Post-Ordination Training (1981-87); Suffragan Bishop of Stafford (1987-92); Area Bishop (1992-95); Bishop of Winchester (1995-2011); Hon. Assistant Bishop in Europe diocese since 2011; aged 71.

SYKES. - On 25 September, the Rt Revd Stephen Whitefield Sykes: Fellow and Dean of St John's College, Cambridge (1964-74); Assistant Lecturer in Divinity of the University of Cambridge (1964-68); Lecturer (1968-74); Van Mildert Professor of Divinity in the University of Durham (1974-85); Canon of Durham Cathedral (1974-85); Regius Professor of Divinity in the University of Cambridge (1985-90); Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral (1985-90); Bishop of Ely (1990-99); Principal of St John's College, Durham (1999-2006); Hon. Assistant Bishop in Durham diocese since 1999; aged 75.

WOOD. - On 28 September, the Rt Revd Stanley Mark Wood: Rector of Bloemhof and Priest-in-Charge of Bloemhof Mission District, South Africa (1947-50); Priest-in-Charge of St Cyprian's Native Mission, Johannesburg (1950-55); Rector of Marandellas, Southern Rhodesia (1955-65); Canon of Salisbury Cathedral (Mashonaland) (1961-65); Dean (1965-70); Bishop of Matabeleland (1971-77); Assistant Bishop in Hereford diocese (1977-81); Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral (1977-87); Suffragan Bishop of Ludlow (1981-87); Archdeacon of Ludlow (1982-83); Assistant Bishop in Southwark diocese since 2002; aged 95.

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