Deaths

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10 June 2016

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BRYANT. — On 30 May, the Revd David Henderson Bryant: Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity, Trowbridge (1961-63); Ewell (1963-67); Vicar of Leiston with Sizewell (1967-73); Royal Naval Chaplain (1973-74); Assistant Curate of Northam (1974-75); Priest-in-Charge of Clavering with Langley and Arkesden (1975-77); Teacher of Mountview High School, Harrow (1977-85); Priest-­in-Charge of Boosbeck with Moors­holm (1985-89); Vicar (1989-90); Vicar of Sowerby and Priest-in-Charge of Sessay (1990-95); Vicar of Lastingham with Appleton-le-Moors, Rosedale and Cropton (1995-99); aged 79.

FOSTER. — On 3 May, the Revd Anthony Stuart Foster: in the RC Church (1985-98); Hon. Assistant Curate of St Peter’s Leighton-cum-Minshull Vernon (2005-07); aged 69.

MAYBURY. — On 28 May, the Revd David Kaines Maybury: Rector of St James the Less, Leith (1963-75); St John’s, Jedburgh (1975-84); NSM of Duns and Warden of Whit­chester Conference Centre (1984-91); NSM of Hawick, and Warden of Whitchester Chris­tian Guest House and Retreat Centre (1991-97); Administrator of Whit­­chester Christian Centre (1997-2014); aged 84.

TAYLOR. — On 1 June, the Rt Revd John Bernard Taylor: Vicar of Henham and of Elsenham (1959-64); Senior Tutor of Oak Hill Theological College (1964-65); Vice-Principal (1965-72); Vicar of Woodford Wells (1972-75); Dio­cesan Director of Ordinands (1972-80); Archdeacon of West Ham (1975-80); Bishop of St Albans (1980-95); Lord High Almoner (1988-97); Hon. Assistant Bishop of Ely since 1995; in Europe since 1998; aged 87.

WALKER. — On 26 May, the Ven. Thomas Overington Walker: Tra­vel­ling Secretary of the Inter-Varsity Fellowship (1964-67); Suc­centor of Birmingham Cathedral (1967-70); Vicar of St John the Baptist, Har­borne (1970-91); Hon. Canon of Birm­­ingham Cathedral (1980-91); Priest-in-Charge of St Germain’s, Edgbaston (1983-91); Rural Dean of Edgbaston (1989-91); Arch­deacon of Notting­ham (1991-96); aged 83.

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