29 September 2017


HOEY. — On 26 September, Mon­signor Augustine Hoey (Thomas Ken­­neth Hoey): Member of the Com­­munity of the Resur­rection (1950-94); Prior of St Fran­cis’s Pri­ory, Sekhukhuniland (1958-61); House of the Resur­rection, Mirfield (1961-66); St Paul’s Priory, London (1966-68); Master of the Royal Founda­tion of St Kathar­ine in Rat­­cliffe (1968-72); received into the RC Church in 1994; aged 101.

ISAACS. — On 11 September, the Revd John Kenneth Isaacs: Chaplain of The King’s School, Ely (1985-94); Priest-in-Charge of Denver, of Ryston with Roxham, and of West Dere­ham (1994-2002); Rector of Denver and Ryston with Roxham and West Dereham and Bexwell (2002-03); aged 81.

MANLEY. — On 15 September, the Revd Gordon Russell Delpratt Man­ley: Chaplain of Christ’s College, Cambridge (1961-66); Vicar of Rad­lett (1966-75); Faversham (1975-99); Rural Dean of Ospringe (1984-90); Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathed­ral (1990-99); Canterbury Arch­deac­­onry Retirement Officer (2001-10); aged 84.

MORGAN. —On 14 September, the Revd Michael John Morgan: Vicar of Longford (1985-89); Rector of Norton (1989-99); Lapworth (1999-2009); Baddesley Clinton (1999-2009); aged 72.

ROGERS. — On 6 September, the Revd William Arthur Rogers: Rector of Bentley and Binsted (1984-94); Priest-in-Charge of the Lulworths, Winfrith Newburgh and Chaldon (1994-99); aged 76.

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