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10 July 2020

CLARKE. — On 1 June, the Revd Robert Sydney Clarke: Chaplain of New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton (1970-74); Herrison Hospital, Dorchester (1974-80); Senior Chaplain of Westminster Hospital and Medical School (1980-85); Chaplain to the Queen (1987-2005); Senior Chaplain of Winchester Hospital (1988-94); Winchester and Eastleigh Healthcare NHS Trust (1994-2000); Secretary and Director of Training for the General Synod Hospitals Chaplaincy Council (1994-2000); aged 84.

DAY. — On 29 June, the Revd Roy Frederick Day: Curate-in-Charge of Ponsbourne (1972-76); Vicar of Shefford (1976-82); Rector of Campton (1976-82); Shenley (1982-89); aged 96.

EVANS. — On 30 June, the Very Revd Trevor Owen Evans: Team Vicar in the Llandudno Team Ministry (1970-75); Vicar of Llanidloes with Llangurig (1975-89); Rural Dean of Arwystli (1975-89); Prebendary of Bangor Cathedral (1982-98); Diocesan Spirituality Officer (1984-2003); Diocesan Director of Ministry (1989-98); Rector of Trefdraeth (1989-90); Llanfairpwll with Penmynydd (1990-97); Llanfairpwill with Penmynydd, Llanddaniel-fab and Llanedwen (1998); Dean of Bangor (1998-2003); Rural Dean of Ogwen (1999-2000); aged 82.

FOULIS BROWN. — On 26 June, the Revd Graham Douglas Foulis Brown: Chaplain of Hungerford Hospital (1983-84); Assistant Curate in the Bicester with Bucknell, Caversfield and Launton Team Ministry (1984-85); Team Vicar (1985-90); Vicar of Kidmore End and Sonning Common (1990-2003); Priest-in-Charge of Rotherfield Peppard (2002-03); Rector of Rotherfield Peppard and Kidmore End and Sonning Common (2003-15); Area Dean of Henley (2006-11); Area Dean of Henley (2006-11); Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford (2011-15); aged 69.

GINN. — On 1 July, the Revd Richard John Ginn: Vicar of Darsham (1985-2008); Westleton with Dunwich (1985-2008); Hon. Canon of St Edmundsbury Cathedral (2001-13); Priest-in-Charge of Yoxford, Peasenhall and Sibton (2001-08); Middleton cum Fordley and Theberton with Eastbridge (2001-08); Vicar of the Yoxmere Benefice (2008-13); aged 68.

MARSH. — On 24 June, the Revd Anthony David Marsh: Rector of Wrentham with Benacre and Covehithe (1969-75); Wrentham with Benacre and Covehithe with Frostenden and South Cove (1975-80); Priest-in-Charge of Beyton with Hessett (1980-86); Assistant Curate of St John the Baptist and St Edmund’s, Felixstowe (1986-88); aged 91.

PAPWORTH. — On 4 July, the Revd John Papworth: in Lusaka diocese, Zambia (1976-81); Hon. Assistant Curate of St Saviour’s, Paddington (1981-83); St Mark’s, Hamilton Terrace, St Marylebone (1985-97); aged 98.

PONTER. — On 17 June, the Revd Dr John Arthur Ponter: Minister of St Anne’s Ecclesiastical District, Colchester (1967-69); Vicar (1969-72); Chaplain of the University of East Anglia (1972-77); Chelmsford Cathedral (1978-79); Chelmsford Cathedral Centre for Research and Training (1978-84); Vicar of St John’s, Moulsham (1979-85); Director of the Manchester Christian Institute and Christian Leadership Course (1985-92); Education Officer for the North Federation for Training in Ministry (1985-92); Team Rector in the Stantonbury and Willen Team Ministry (1992-2002); aged 82.

SIMON. — On 26 June, the Revd David Sidney Simon: NS Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Beverley (1987-94); Lecturer at Humberside College of Higher Education (1987-90); Humberside Polytechnic (1990-92); University of Humberside (Cottingham Road Campus) (1992-96); NSM in Beverley deanery (1994-98); Lecturer at Lincolnshire and Humberside University (Cottingham Road Campus) (1996-98); Administrator of Rydal Hall (1998-2001); NSM in the Cartmel Peninsula Team Ministry (2002-14); Carlisle Diocesan Officer for Non-Stipendiary Ministry (2008-14); Lecturer of Halifax Minster (2014-17); Halifax with Siddal (2017-18); aged 71.

WAREHAM. — On 26 June, the Revd Caroline Wareham: Deaconess of Stanwell (1980-88); Parish Deacon (1987-88); Assistant Curate of St Barnabas’s, Epsom (1988-95); St Michael the Archangel and the Ascension, Aldershot (1995-98); aged 88.

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