Deaths

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19 May 2017

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DAVIS. — On 12 April, the Revd Donald Cyril Davis: NSM of All Hallows, North Greenford (1996-2013); aged 90.

HARRISON. — On 8 May, the Revd Dr Noel Milburn Harrison: Chaplain of Yorkshire Residential School for the Deaf, Doncaster (1960­-68); Shef­field Diocesan Hon. Chaplain to the Deaf (1960-68); Assistant Curate of All Saints’, Woodlands (1960-62); Head Master of Elmete Hall School, Leeds (1968-84); Hon. Assistant Curate of Whit­­gift with Adlingfleet and Eastoft (1983-84); Abbeydale (1984-86); Sheffield Diocesan Direc­tor of Educa­tion (1984-94); Rector of St Peter’s, Tankersley (1986-94); Hon. Canon of Sheffield Cathedral (1988-94); aged 89.

INGHAM. — On 8 May, the Revd Russell Edward Ingham: Warden of St John’s Youth Centre, Tuebrook (1969-71); Rector of St Mary the Virgin, Port Glasgow (1971-77); All Saints’, St Andrews (1977-91); aged 78.

LAMBERT. — On 4 May, the Revd John Clement Antony Lambert: Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Leeds (1955-59); Rector of Carlton-in-Lindrik (1959-93); aged 89.

McGUIRE. — On 7 May, the Revd John McGuire: RN Chaplain (1967-81); Rector of Biddulph Moor (1971-2000); aged 85.

SKIPPER. — On 7 May, the Revd Kenneth Graham Skipper: Vicar of Dormanstown (1974-78); Ald­brough and Mappleton with Goxhill and Withernwick (1978-89); Rector of All Saints’, Londes­borough (1989-96); St Giles’, Burnby (1990-96); Nunburnholme and Warter (1990-96); Shipton­thorpe with Hayton (1990-96); aged 82.

THOMAS. — On 11 May, the Rt Revd David Thomas: Lecturer of St Michael’s College, Llandaff (1969-70); Chaplain (1970-75); Vice-Principal of St Stephen’s House, Oxford (1975-79); Vicar of Chep­stow (1979-82); Principal of St Stephen’s House, Oxford (1982-87); Vicar of Newton (1987-96); Canon of Brecon Cathedral (1994-96); Rural Dean of Clyne (1996); Pro­vincial Assistant Bishop in the Church in Wales (1996-2008); aged 74.

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