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Deaths

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18 December 2015

ADAMS. — On 24 November, the Revd Peter Harrison Adams: Rector of Marks Tey and of Aldham (1975-81); Marks Tey with Aldham and Little Tey (1981-85); Diocesan Missioner (1985-2006); Hon. Assistant Curate of St John’s, Colchester, since 1985; Through Faith Mission Evangelist since 2006; aged 74.

ALLEN. — On 10 December, the Revd Richard John Allen: NSM of Lexden (2007-14); aged 60.

COCHRANE. — On 27 November, the Revd Alan George Cochrane: Vicar of St Mary’s, Fordham (1987-91); Rector of Southery and Hilgay (1987-98); aged 87.

COCKERTON. — On 9 December, the Revd John Clifford Penn Cockerton: Tutor of Cranmer Hall (1958-60); Chaplain (1960-63); Warden (1968-70); Vice-Principal of St John’s College, Durham (1963-70); Principal (1970-78); Rector of Wheldrake (1978-84); Wheldrake with Thorganby (1984-1992); Canon and Prebendary of York Minster (1987-92); aged 88.

De SOUZA. — On 12 December, the Rt Revd Neville Wordsworth de Souza: Rector of Grange Hill, Jamaica (1962-66); May Pen (1967-73); Rural Dean of Clarendon (1967-73); Chairman of the Caribbean Conference of Churches (1972-81); Suffragan Bishop of Montego Bay (1973-79); Bishop of Jamaica (1979-2000); aged 87.

GRINDELL. — On 5 November, the Revd James Mark Grindell: Chaplain of St Audries School, West Quantoxhead (1974-83); Berkhamstead Collegiate School (1983-86); Denstone College, Uttoxeter (1986-91); Portsmouth Grammar School, and Hon. Chaplain of Portsmouth Cathedral (1991-2003); aged 72.

HUNT. — On 3 December, the Revd Derek Henry Hunt: Curate-in-Charge of Shalbourne with Bagshot, Ham and Buttermere (1970-72); Vicar of Burbage (1972-73 and 1975-78); Savernake (1972-75); Burbage with Christchurch, Savernake (1973-75); Cranfield (1978-88); Priest-in-Charge of Hulcote with Salford (1978-88); Rector of Cranfield and Hulcote with Salford (1988-95); aged 77.

JACKSON. — On 28 November, the Revd Thomas Peter Jackson: South Midlands and South Wales Area Secretary for the Universities’ Mission to Central Africa (1958-60); Perpetual Curate of St Stephen’s, Gloucester (1960-69); Vicar (1969-73); Rector of Upton (1973-92) Rural Dean of Gloucester North (1992-2015); aged 88.

KNIGHT. — On 4 October, the Revd Peter Michael Knight: Chaplain of St Brendan’s Sixth Form College (1992-94); Assistant Curate of Stockwood, Bristol (1992-95); in the West Swindon and the Lydiards Team Ministry (1995-96); Team Vicar (1996-2007); Priest-in-Charge of the Claydons (2007-09); Team Vicar in the Claydons and Swan Team Ministry (2009-12); aged 68.

RACE. — On 12 October, the Revd John Arthur Race: OLM of Haddenham with Cuddington, Kingsey and Aston Sandford (1998-2008); aged 78.

RIDDELL. — On 30 November, the Revd Morris Stroyan Riddell: Vicar of Christ Church, Addington, Durban, South Africa (1962-63); North Grimston with Wharram Percy and Wharram-le-Street (1963-67); Vicar of Kirby Grindalythe (1963-67); Curate-in-Charge of Weaverthorpe with Helperthrope and Luttons Ambo (1965-67); Settrington (1965-67); Rector of St John the Baptist with St Mary-le-Port, Bristol (1967-70); Chaplain of HM Prison Long Lartin (1971-74); Senior Chaplain of HM Prison Brixton (1974-78); Chaplain of Cane Hill Hospital (1978-85); HM Prison Latchmere House (1985-89); aged 81.

ROBSON. — On 13 December, the Revd Peter Cole Robson: Chaplain of Brasenose College, Oxford (1973-76); Rector of Timsbury (1976-79); Priest-in-Charge of Blanchland with Hunstanworth (1980-83); aged 70.

SCOTT. — On 2 December, the Revd John Eric Scott: Chaplain and Sacrist of Christ Church, Oxford (1945-47); Assistant Master of Forest School, Snaresbrook (1948-55); House Master (1955-81); Priest-in-Charge of St Michael Cornhill with St Peter le Poer and St Benet Fink (1981-85); aged 99.

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