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21 October 2016

DAXTER. — On 10 October, the Revd Gregory Daxter: Hon. Assistant Curate of St Paul’s, Harold Hill (1975-77): Wilmington (1977-87); Priest Vicar of Exeter Cathedral, and Chaplain of Exeter Cathedral School (1978-2003); Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral since 2002; aged 74.

EAGLE. — On 13 October, the Revd Julian Charles Eagle: Bishop’s Industrial Chaplain of South Hampshire (1965-97); Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (1983-97); aged 83.

ELDER. — On 16 August, the Revd David Elder: NSM of St Salvador’s, Dundee (1979-93); Priest-in-Charge of St Martin’s, Dundee (1993-2008); aged 88.

HODGSON. — On 11 October, the Revd David George Hodgson: Rector of Loftus, and Priest-in-Charge of Carlin How with Skinningrove (1987); Rector of Loftus and Carlin How with Skinningrove (1987-93); Vicar of the Ascension, Middlesbrough, since 1993; Rural Dean of Middlesbrough (1998-2005); Canon and Prebendary of York Minster since 2001; Priest-in-Charge of South Bank (2003-07); aged 62.

MARR. — On 10 October, the Revd Dr Peter Marr: Priest-in-Charge of St Barnabas’s, Beckenham (1992-96); Vicar (1996-2003); aged 80.

PHELAN. — On 11 October, the Revd Thomas Sylvester Patrick Phelan: Chaplain of Camden and Islington Community HealthTrust (1996-97); Order of St Benedict (1997-2009); Hon. Assistant Curate of St John’s, Timberhill, with St Julian’s, Norwich (2002-06); aged 80.

WARMAN. — On 10 October, the Revd John Richard Warman: Assistant Chaplain of the University of Liverpool (1967-68); Bishop’s University Chaplain (1968-74); Priest-in-Charge of Holbrook (1974-80); Little Eaton (1974-80); Rector of Sawley (1980-96); Rural Dean of Ilkeston (1982-92); Hon. Canon of Derby Cathedral (1991-2002); Vicar of Allestree (1996-2002); aged 79.

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