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Deaths

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04 July 2014

GODFREY. - On 21 May, the Revd John Frederick Godfrey: Minister of St Philip's Conventional District, Reigate (1965-72); aged 82.

HARRINGTON. - On 13 June, the Revd William Harry Harrington: Assistant Curate of Sutton, in charge of All Saints' (1960-64); Vicar of Ditton (1964-76); St Barnabas's, Mossley Hill (1976-83); Highfield (1983-2001); aged 81.

HUGHES. - On 29 June, the Revd Dr John Mark David Hughes: Chaplain of Jesus College, Cambridge (2009-11); Dean of Chapel and Fellow since 2011; aged 35.

KIDD. - On 22 June, the Revd Carol Ivy Kidd: Team Vicar in the St Aidan's Team Ministry, Speke (1999-2005); Hon. Canon of Liverpool Cathedral (2003-12); Team Rector in the St Aidan's Team Ministry, Speke (2005-12); aged 67.

PRYTHERCH. - On 26 June, the Revd David Prytherch: Rector of Matson (1961-65); Chaplain and Assistant Master of St Elphin's School, Darley Dale (1965-85); Vicar of Thornton-le-Fylde (1985-94); Rural Dean of Poulton (1991-94); aged 84.
 

Correction. The Revd David Rees died on 12 June, not as stated last week. We apologise for any distress caused by the error.

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