Deaths

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22 March 2019

ALLSO. — On 9 March, the Revd Michael Neal Allso: NSM in the Colyton, Southleigh, Offwell, Widworthy, Farway, Northleigh and Musbury Team Ministry (2001-03); Colyton, Musbury, Southleigh and Branscombe Team Ministry (2003-04); Assistant Curate of Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Leusdon, Princetown, Postbridge, Huccaby and Holne (2004-07); Ashburton, Bickington, Buckland in the Moor, Holne, Huccaby, Leusdon, Princetown, Postbridge and Widecombe-in-the-Moor Team Ministry (2007-08); NSM of Dunster, Carhampton,. Withycombe with Rodhuish, Timberscombe and Wootton Courtenay (2008-11); aged 71.

CHAPMAN. — On 15 March, the Ven. Michael Robin Chapman: Chaplain to the Royal Navy (1968-94); Vicar of Hale (1984-91); Rural Dean of Farnham (1988-91); Archdeacon of Northampton (1991-2004); Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (1991-2004); aged 79.

COOPER. — On 15 March, the Revd Brian Hamilton Cooper: Professor of Systematic Theology at the Anglican Theological College, Vancouver, Canada (1964-66); Vice-Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge (1966-71); Rector of Downham Market with Bexwell (1971-82); Rural Dean of Fincham (1980-82); Vicar of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield (1982-91); Herringthorpe (1991-2000); Rural Dean of Rotherham (1993-98); aged 84.

DICKINSON. — On 8 March, the Revd Henry Dickinson: NSM of St Michael and All Angels and Holy Trinity Worship Centre with St John the Evangelist, Blackburn (1986-89); St Catherine with St Alban and St Paul, Burnley (1989-95); aged 89.

HEFFER. — On 8 March, the Revd John Heffer: Vicar of Langford (1961-67); All Saints’, Luton (1967-73); Curate-in-Charge of Eaton Socon (1973-75); Vicar (1975-77); Wingrave with Rowsham, Aston Abbots and Cublington (1981-88); Rector of Wilden with Colmworth and Ravensden (1988-91); Assistant Curate of Leighton Buzzard with Eggington, Hockliffe and Billington (1991-94); Priest-in-Charge of Empingham and Exton with Horn with Whitwell (2000-01); aged 88.

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