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Deaths

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15 February 2019

ELLIS. — On 1 February, the Revd Malcolm Railton Ellis: Assistant Curate of Llantrisant (1961-67); Vicar of Troedrhiwgarth (1967-70); Priest Vicar of Trutor Cathedral (1970-73); Vicar of Egloshayle (1973-81); Margam (1981-87); Vicar of St John the Baptist, St James the Great, and St Michael, Cardiff (1987-2000); Precentor and Canon of Llandaff Cathedral (1996-2002); Team Rector in the Central Cardiff Team Ministry (2000-02); aged 83.

GIBSON. — On 7 February: the Revd Dr Brenda Gibson: NSM of Wimborne Minster (2004-15); Witchampton, Stanbridge and Long Crichel with Moor Crichel (2015); Horton, Chalbury, Hinton Martel and Holt St James (2015); Wimborne Minster and the Northern Villages since 2015; aged 63.

GEACH. — On 10 January, the Revd Sarah Jane Geach: Team Vicar in the Ross Team Ministry (2002-07); Priest-in-Charge of Begelly with Ludchurch and Crunwere (2007-09); Begelly with Ludchurch and East Williamston (2009-10); Rector of Begelly with Ludchurch and East Williamston (2010-15); St Davids Diocesan Tourism Officer (2012-15); Canon of St Davids Cathedral (2013-15); Hon. Assistant Curate of Llanwnda and Goodwick with Manorowen and Llanstinan since 2016; aged 68.

GREEN. — On 6 February, the Revd Dr Edward Michael Bankes Green: Tutor of the London College of Divinity (1960-69); Principal (1969-70); Principal and Tutor of St John’s College, Nottingham (1970-75); Canon Theologian of Coventry Cathedral (1970-78); Canon Theologian Emeritus since 1978; Rector of St Aldate with Holy Trinity, Oxford (1975-82); St Aldate and St Matthew, Oxford (1982-86); Professor of Evangelism at Regent College, Vancouver (1987-92); Archbishop’s Adviser for Springboard (Decade of Evangelism) (1992-96); Six Preacher of Canterbury Cathedral (1993-99); Senior Research Fellow of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford since 1997; Co-Rector of Holy Trinity, Raleigh, North Carolina (2005-07); aged 88.

JENNINGS. — On 22 January, the Revd Peter James Jennings: Assistant Curate of Dudley, in charge of St James the Great (1961-64); Chaplain of HM Borstal Portland (1964-66); HM Prison Wakefield (1966-70); HM Prison Liverpool (1970-76); Rural Dean of Walton (1975-76); Chaplain of HM Prison Styal, Wilmslow (1976-77 and 1988-92); HM Prisons Northern Regional Chaplain (1976-82); Assistant Chaplain General (North) (1982-88); aged 90.

JONES. — On 25 January, the Revd Margaret Jones, NSM of Stanstead Abbots (1987-88); Grappenhall (1989-98); aged 90.

McKINNEY. — On 18 January, the Revd James Alexander McKinney: Vicar of Intake, Doncaster (1982-87); Sheffield Industrial Chaplain (1984-87); Chaplain to Bramshill Police College (1987-82); Vicar of Cleator Moor with Cleator (1992-96); Chaplain to the Cumbria Constabulary (1993-96); Priest-in-Charge of Frizington and Arlecdon (1994-96); Vicar of Roehampton  since 1996; aged 66.

SPEAKMAN. — On 23 January, the Revd Joseph Frederick Speakman: Vicar of Marthall with Over Peover (1982-91); aged 92.

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