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Deaths

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08 September 2017

BRYANT. — On 20 February, the Revd Peter James Bryant: NSM of Raglan-Usk (1997-98); Merthyr Cynog and Dyffryn Honddu with Garthbrengywith Llandefaelog-Fach and Llanfihangel Fechan (1998-2002); aged 81.

CAREY. On 5 July, the Revd Ronald Clive Adrian Carey: Bishop of Chichester’s Domestic Chaplain (1950-52); Assistant Curate of Keighley (1952-55); Vicar of Illingworth, Halifax (1955-59); Assistant in the Religious Broadcasting Department of the BBC (1959-68); Vicar of Claygate (1968-78); Rural Dean of Emly (1972-77); Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Guildford (1975-86); Rector of Holy Trinity with St Mary, Guildford (1978-86); Hon. Canon of Guildford Cathedral (1978-86); Rural Dean of Guildford (1984-86); aged 95.

HEMINGWAY. — On 25 August, the Revd Peter Hemingway: Vicar of St George’s, Headstone (1981-92); St Alban’s, North Harrow (1987-2002); aged 85.

PETTY.On 23 August, the Very Revd John Fitzmaurice Petty: Vicar of Hurst (1975-88); Area Dean of Ashton-under-Lyne (1983-87); Hon. Canon of Manchester Cathedral (1986-88); Provost of Coventry (1988-2000); Dean (2000); aged 82.

ROBINSON. — On 19 August, the Revd Brian John Watson Robinson: Missionary at Itki, India (1962-63); Ranchi (1963-66); Curate-in-Charge of St Stephen’s, Preston (1966-72); St John’s, Preston (1970-72); Vicar of Ashton-on-Ribble (1972-79); St Jude with St Paul, Preston (1982-97); Chaplain of North Tyneside Health Care NHS Trust (1994-97); aged 84.

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