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Deaths

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11 January 2019

AINSWORTH. — On 1 January, the Revd Peter Ainsworth: Team Vicar in the Tong Team Ministry (1974-77); Vicar of Fairweather Green (1977-94); aged 84.

ALLEN. — On 25 December 2018, the Revd Peter John Douglas Allen: Assistant Curate of the Church of the Advent, Boston, Massachusetts (1965-66); Episcopal Chaplain of North East University, Boston (1965-66); Chaplain of Jesus College, Cambridge (1966-72); Chaplain, Assistant Master and House Master of the King’s School, Canterbury (1972-87); Hon. Minor Canon of Canterbury Cathedral (1973-87); Second Master and Senior Chaplain of Sedbergh School (1987-93); Priest-in-Charge of St Ninian’s, Edinburgh (1993-2006); Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh (1994-2010); Hon. Canon (2010); Tutor of Edinburgh Theological College (1994); Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church (1999-2007); Chaplain of Edinburgh Academy (1999-2007); Fettes College, Edinburgh (2002-12); aged 84.

CALLIS. — On 31 December, the Revd Stephen Harby Callis: NSM of Upton Priory (2011-17); Chaplain of East Cheshire NHS Trust (2016-17); aged 69.

CREASEY. — On 30 December, the Revd David John Creasey: OLM in the Ringstone in Aveland Group (2006-2013); Assistant Curate of Corby Glen (2014); aged 72.

EADES. — On 28 December, the Revd Jonathan Peter Eades: Chaplain of Dundee University (1979-88); Team Vicar in the Leek and Meerbrook Team Ministry (1988-96); Rural Dean of Leek (1993-96); Vicar of Wolstanton (1996-2008); Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (2008-16); Priest-in-Charge of Ashley and Mucklestone (2008-09); Assistant Curate of Broughton with Croxton and Cotes Heath with Standon (2008-09); Rector of Ashley and Mucklestone and Broughton and Croxton (2009-16); aged 67.

FLEMING. — On 15 December, the Revd Ronald Thorpe Fleming: Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Barbados (1957-58); Vicar of St Margaret’s, Barbados (1958-60); Assistant Curate of Delaval (1961-64); Vicar of Cambois (1964-69); Ancroft with Scremerston (1969-81); Longhirst with Hebron (1981-84); Chaplain of North Tyneside Health Authority and of Preston Hospital, North Shields (1984-94); aged 89.

GOODCHILD. — On 29 December, the Revd John McKillip Goodchild: with CMS in Nigeria (1972-83); Hon. Canon of St Michael’s Cathedral, Aba, since 1975; Vicar of Ainsdale (1983-89); Team Rector in the Maghull Team Ministry (1989-98); Principal of the Norwich Diocesan Ministerial Course and Director of Ordained Local Ministry Training (1998-2006); aged 76.

KING. — On 27 December, the Revd Dennis King: NSM of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield (1976-2000); aged 87.

LOUGHTON. — On 20 December, the Revd Michael Loughton: Assistant Curate of St Elizabeth’s, Eastbourne (1962-65); Rector of St John the Baptist-sub-Castro, Lewes (1965-74); aged 84.

SHAW. — On 24 December, the Revd David Parlane Shaw: Bishop’s Curate of Langfield (1969-75); Rector of Chedburgh with Depden and Rede (1975-79); Priest-in-Charge of Hawkedon (1976-79); Rector of Chedburgh with Depden, Rede and Hawkedon (1979-82); Desford (1982-83); Desford and Peckleton with Tooley (1984-91); Priest-in-Charge of Ramsden Crays with Ramsden Bellhouse (1991-95); aged 86.

WILLIAMS. — On 28 December, the Revd George Maxwell Frazer Williams: Assistant Curate of St Chad’s, Shrewsbury (1970-73); Curate-in-Charge of Moreton Corbet (1973-79); Vicar of Shawbury (1973-79); Chaplain to RAF Shawbury (1973-79); Vicar of Short Heath, Willenhall (1979-86); Team Rector in the Willenhall Team Ministry (1986-88); Assistant Rural Dean of Wolverhampton (1984-88); Vicar of Penn (1988-2007); Prebendary of Lichfield Cathedral (1996-2007); Rural Dean of Trysull (2002-06); aged 76.

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