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Deaths

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18 November 2016

ALDRIDGE. — On 3 November, the Revd Christopher John Aldridge: Curate-in-Charge of St Francis’s, Clifton (1964-72); Vicar of St Michael’s, Gospel Lane, Birmingham (1972-90); St Mary’s, Selly Oak (1990-2000); aged 81.

FENN. — On 9 November, the Revd Norman Alexander Fenn: Vicar of Tilstock (1951-55); Milton (1955-61); Ellesmere (1961-85); Welsh Frankton (1962-85); Rural Dean of Ellesmere (1970-85); aged aged 96.

HAYLES. — On 11 November, the Revd Graham David Hayles: Vicar of St James’s, West Streatham (1974-90); Team Rector in the Holy Trinity Team Ministry, Hinckley (1990-2003); aged 77.

PATON. — On 6 November, the Ven. Michael John Macdonald Paton: Vicar of Norton Woodseats (1957-67); Chaplain of United Sheffield Hospitals (1967-70); Chaplain of Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield, and Vicar of St Mark’s, Broomhall, Sheffield (1970-78); Archdeacon of Sheffield, and Residentiary Canon of Sheffield Cathedral (1978-87); aged 93.

TIBBS.— On 14 November, the Revd John Andrew Tibbs: Priest-in-Charge of Jeppestown, South Africa (1957-62); Chaplain of St Martin’s School, Rosettenville (1957-62); Assistant Curate of St Thomas-on-the-Bourne, Farnham (1963-64); Rector and Director of Mbabane, Swaziland (1964-68); Vicar of Sompting (1969-73); Ifield (1973-78); Team Rector (1978-83); Vicar of Elstow (1983-89); Chaplain of Bedford General Hospital (1990-95); Hon. Canon of St Albans Cathedral (1991-95); aged 87.

TOMLINSON. — On 31 October, the Revd Ian James Tomlinson: Rector of Appleshaw and Kimpton and Thruxton and Fyfield (1979-2003); Appleshaw and Kimpton and Thruxton and Fyfield and Shipton Bellinger since 2003; Winchester Diocesan Adviser in Pastoral Care and Counselling since 2001; Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral since 2004; aged 66.

Correction. The Revd Alan Dowsett’s notice last week misspelt Colston’s School. Our apologies.

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