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06 April 2018


DAVIES. — On 30 March, the Rt Revd Francis James Saunders Davies: Chaplain of Bangor Cathedral (1967-69); Canon Missioner (1975-78); Rector of Llanllyfni (1969-75); Vicar of Gorseinon (1978-86); Rural Dean of Llwchwr (1983-86); Vicar of Dewi Sant, Cardiff (1986-93); Rector of Criccieth with Treflys (1993-99); Archdeacon of Meirionnydd (1993-99); Bishop of Bangor (1999-2004); aged 80.

DAY. — On 18 March, the Revd Audrey Day: Parish Deacon of St Mary’s, Mildenhall (1988-91); St Edmundsbury & Ipswich Diocesan Officer for the Care of the Elderly (1991-95); NSM of Blackbourne (1994-95); aged 87.

DUFF. — On 28 March, the Revd Garden Ian Duff: NSM of Ashton Gifford (1993-97); Team Vicar in the Upper Wylye Valley Team Ministry (1997-2003); aged 83.

HUMPHREY. — On 23 February, the Revd Heather Mary Humphrey: NSM of Berrow with Pendock, Eldersfield, Hollybush and Birtsmorton (1996-98); Assistant Curate of Coseley (1998-2000); Vicar (2000-14); Hon. Assistant Curate of The Bourne and Tilford since 2014; aged 72.

PRATT. — On 19 March, the Revd William Ralph Pratt: Team Vicar in the Ifield Team Ministry, in charge of St Leonard’s, Langley Green (1978-79); Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Brighton (1979-83); Priest-in-Charge of St John’s, Hove (1983-87); Chichester Diocesan Communications Officer (1987-2000); Canon and Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral (1990-2014); Vicar of Ringmer (2000-14); aged 70.

WILLIAMS. — On 20 March, the Revd Hugh Marshall Williams: NSM of Little Compton with Chastleton, Cornwell, Little Rollright and Salford (1997-2001); NSM in the Chipping Norton Team Ministry (2001-08); aged 79.

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