Deaths

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23 March 2018

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BEVAN. — On 13 March, the Revd Dr Richard Justin William Bevan: Assistant Master and Chaplain of Aberlour Orphanage (1949-51); Assistant Master of Towneley Technical High School, Burnley (1951-61); Assistant Curate of Church Kirk (1952-56); Whalley (1956-61); Rector of St Mary-le-Bow with St Mary the Less, Durham (1961-64); Curate-in-Charge (1964-67); Chaplain of the University of Durham (1961-74); Vicar of St Oswald’s, Durham (1964-67); St Oswald’s, Durham, with St Mary-le-Bow with St Mary the Less (1967-74); Rector of Grasmere (1974-82)Canon Residentiary, Librarian and Treasurer of Carlisle Cathedral (1982-89); Chaplain to the Queen (1986-93); Vice-Dean of Carlisle Cathedral (1986-89); aged 95.

BRAE. — On 11 March, the Revd Yvonne Rosetta Brae: NSM of St Luke and St John, Cheltenham, and St Michael’s, Cheltenham (2008-12); Holy Apostles, Charlton Kings (2012-13); Sodbury Vale (2013-15); aged 72.

BROWN. — On 9 March, the Rev James Philip Brown: Perpetual Curate of Hellesdon (1963-71); Vicar in the Lowestoft Group (Priest-in-charge of Kirkley) (1971-79); Team Vicar (1979-80); Priest-in-Charge of Northleach and Eastington with Hampnett and Farmington (1981-95); Rural Dean of Northleach (1983-92); Priest-in-Charge of Cold Aston with Notgrove and Turkdean (1986-95); Hon. Canon of Gloucester Cathedral (1991-95); aged 87.

BURGESS. — On 27 February, the Revd Michael Anglin Burgess: Vicar of St Matthew’s with St Hilda’s, Preston (1986-93); Vicar of St Bede’s, Nelson (1993-99); aged 83.

CLARKE. — On 15 March, the Revd Harold George Clarke: Vicar of Glyntaff (1973-84); Chaplain of Glamorgan Polytechnic (1973-74); Vicar of St Martin’s, Roath (1984-2000); Rural Dean of Cardiff (1989-99); Canon Residentiary of Llandaff Cathedral (1991-99); aged 88.

GOODSELL. — On 1 March, the Revd Patrick Goodsell: Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Tenterden 91970-78); Priest-in-Charge of Sellindge with Monks-Horton and Stowting (1978-84); Lympne with West Hythe (1982-84); Vicar of Sellindge with Monks-Horton and Stowting and Lympne with West Hythe (1984-92); Vicar of Nonington with Wymynswold and Goodneston with Chillenden and Knowlton (1992-98); aged 85.

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HAYNES. — On 17 March, the Very Revd Peter Haynes: Vicar of St John’s, Drypool (1958-63); Bishop of Bath & Wells’s Chaplain for Youth, and Assistant Diocesan Director of Religious Education (1963-70); Vicar of Glastonbury (1970-72); Glastonbury with Godney (1972-74); Archdeacon of Wells (1974-82); Canon and Prebendary of Wells Cathedral (1974-82); Dean of Hereford Cathedral, and Vicar of St John’s, Hereford (1982-92); aged 92.

PEAT. — On 16 March, the Ven. Lawrence Joseph Peat: Rector of All Saints’, Heaton Norris (1961-65); Perpetual Curate of Bramley (1965-68); Vicar (1968-73); Curate-in-Charge of All Saints’ and St Erkenwald, Southend (1973-74); Rector of Southend-on-Sea (1974-79); Vicar of Skelsmergh with Selside and Longsleddale (1979-86); Rural Dean of Kendal (1984-89); Team Vicar in the Kirkby Lonsdale Team Ministry (1986-89); Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (1988-95); Archdeacon of Westmorland and Furness (1989-1995); aged 89.

SEATON. — On 11 March, the Revd James Bradbury Seaton: Assistant Curate of Darlington, in charge of All Saints’, Blackwell (1958-64); Vicar of All Saints’, Preston-on-Tees (1964-72); Team Vicar in the Central Stockton Team Ministry (1972-75); Rector of Anstey (1975-89); Rural Dean of Sparkenhoe III (1981-88); Hon. Canon of Leicester Cathedral (1987-94); Rector of the Transfiguration, Market Harborough, and Little Bowden (1989-94); aged 88.

WILLIAMS. — On 12 March, the Revd Hugh Marshall Williams: NSM of Little Comptom with Chastleton, Cornwell, Little Rollright and Salford (1997-2001); Chipping Norton (2001-08); aged 79.

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