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Deaths

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19 July 2019

GRANT. — On 10 July, the Revd Rodney Arthur Grant: Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Musselburgh, in charge of St Andrew’s, Prestonpans (1956-59); Priest-in-Charge (1959-60); St Aidan’s Mission, Niddrie Mains, Edinburgh (1960-72); Rector of Christ Church, Trinity Road, Leith (1972-80); St James’s, Inverleith Row (1972-80); St James’s, Inverleith Row, and Christ Church Trinity Road, Leith (1980-86); St Philip and St James, Edinburgh (1986-92); Chaplain of St Columba’s Hospice, Edinburgh (1986-92); Hon. Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh since 1991; Priest-in-Charge of St Vincent’s, Edinburgh (1998-2014); aged 92.

PRESTON. — On 24 June, the Revd Donald George Preston: NSM of Elstow (1980-87); Goldington (1987-94); aged 89.

REDWOOD. — On 8 July, the Revd David Leigh Redwood: Assistant Curate of Christ Church, Lanark, and Warden of Mile End Social Centre (1961-64); Priest-in-Charge of the Ascension, Mosspark, Glasgow (1964-66); Rector (1966-69); St Mary the Virgin, Hamilton (1969-74); St Andrew’s, Callander, with St Angus’s, Lochearnhead and St Fillan’s, Killin (1974-76); Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Callander (1976-77); St Modoc’s, Doune (1976-77); Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Aberfoyle, St Andrew’s, Callander and St Modoc’s, Doune (1978-85); Team Rector in the West Fife Team Ministry (1985-97); Canon of St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth (1990-97); aged 87.

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