Deaths

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08 March 2019

ANGELO SSF. — On 21 February, Brother Angelo SSF (Donald Deacon): Member of the Society of St Francis since 1965; in ECUSA (1970-72); Assistant Curate of St John the Divine, Kennington (1972-74); St Paul’s, Wilton Place, London (1974-75); Anglican-Franciscan Representative of the Ecumenical Centre, Assisi (1975-79); aged 90.

GIBSON. — On 24 February, the Revd Thomas Thomson Gibson: Vicar of Rowde (1966-75); Rector of Poulshot (1967-75); Vicar of Badminton with Acton Turville (1975-84); Priest-in-Charge of Hawkesbury with Hawkesbury Upton (1981-84); Vicar of Badminton with Little Badminton, Acton Turville and Hawkesbury (1984-93); aged 95.

REGINALD SSF. — On 20 February, Brother Reginald SSF (Reginald Gilbert Box): Chaplain of Bishops’ College, Cheshunt (1947-50); Member of the Society of St Francis since 1953; Assistant Curate of St Benedict’s, Cambridge (1961-67); Chaplain of the College of St Mark and St John, Chelsea (1967-69); in Melanesia, Australia, and New Zealand (1969-84); Hon. Assistant Curate of Glen Innes, New South Wales (1977-79); Chaplain of Chichester Theological College (1990-93); aged 98.

STUART. — On 24 February, the Ven. Herbert James Stuart: RAF Chaplain (1955-73); Assistant Chaplain-in-Chief of the RAF (1973-80); Chaplain-in-Chief and Archdeacon (1980-83); Hon. Chaplain to the Queen (1978-83); Canon and Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral (1981-83); Rector of Cherbury (1983-87); aged 92.

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