Deaths

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04 May 2018

EDWARDS. — On 25 April, the Very Revd Dr David Lawrence Edwards: Tutor of Westcott House, Cambridge (1954-55); Assistant Curate of St John’s, Hampstead (1955-58); Secretary of the Student Christian Movement (SCM) (1955-58); Assistant Curate of St Martin-in-the-Fields (1958-66); Editor of SCM Press (1959-66); General Secretary (1965-66); Fellow and Dean of King’s College, Cambridge (1966-70); Hulsean Lecturer to the University of Cambridge (1966-68); Assistant Lecturer in Divinity (1967-70); Six Preacher of Canterbury Cathedral (1969-76); Canon of Westminster Abbey (1970-78); Rector of St Margaret’s, Westminster (1970-78); Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons (1972-78); Sub-Dean of Westminster Abbey (1974-78); Chairman of Christian Aid (1971-78); Dean of Norwich Cathedral (1978-83); Provost of Southwark Cathedral (1983-94); Hon. Chaplain of Winchester Cathedral since 1995; aged 89.

HUTCHINSON. — On 18 April, the Revd Hugh Edward Hutchinson: Vicar of St Mark’s, Exeter (1967-75); Rector of Beeford, Lissett and Dunnington (1975-80); Curate-in-Charge of Foston-on-the-Wolds and of North Frodingham (1975-77); Rector (1977-80); Rural Dean of North Holderness (1979-80); Priest-in-Charge of Appleton Roebuck with Acaster Selby (1980-84); Priest-in-Charge of Etton with Dalton Holme (1984-91); aged 91.

MURNANE. — On 28 April, the Revd Terence Francis Murnane: Priest-in-Charge of Musbury and of Haslingden with Grane and Stonefold (2016-17); Vicar since 2017; aged 55.

TAYLOR. — On 23 April, the Revd Norman Taylor: Assistant Curate of Pontesbury (1954-55); Rector of Little Wilbraham (1955-71); Chaplain of St Faith’s School, Cambridge (1971-86); Hon. Assistant Curate of St Andrew’s, Chesterton (1987-91); aged 91.

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