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Deaths

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06 November 2020

BROWN. — On 15 October, the Revd Arthur William Stawell Brown: Vicar of St Alban’s, Copnor, Portsea (1975-79); Rector of St Bartholomew the Great, London (1979-91); St Sepulchre without Newgate (1981-91); Chaplain of Holy Trinity, Madeira (1990-93); aged 94.

HARDINGHAM. — On 25 October, the Revd Timothy Kenneth Hardingham: NS Assistant Curate in the Saffron Walden and Villages Team Ministry since 2011; aged 71.

JONES. — On 27 September, the Revd Leslie Joseph Jones: Curate-in-Charge of St Mary Magdalene’s Conventional District, Lockleaze (1960-62); Vicar of St Mary Magdalene with St Francis, Lockleaze (1962-69); St Aldhelm, Bedminster (1969-74); Team Vicar in the Bedminster Team Ministry (1974-80); Vicar of Abbots Leigh with Leigh Woods (1980-88) aged 96.

MAWER. — On 1 November, the Revd Dr David Ronald Mawer: Chaplain of Queen’s College, St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada (1961-64); Vice-Principal (1964-65); Lecturer of Emmanuel College, Saskatoon (1974-81); Anglican Studies Co-ordinator of St Paul’s University, Ottawa (1981-92); Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, since 1985, in Newcastle diocese since 1993; aged 88.

WATERSTONE. — On 31 August, the Revd Albert Thomas (Kerry) Waterstone: Assistant Curate and Dean’s Vicar of Kilkenny Cathedral (1946-50); Curate-in-Charge of Borris-in-Ossory with Aghaboe (1950-51); Rector (1952-54); Fiddown with Kilmacow (1954-64); Rural Dean of Durrow (1956-64); Rector of Tullamore with Lynally and Rahan (1964-73); Tullamore with Lynally and Rahan with Tyrellspass (1973-90); Meath & Kildare Diocesan Director of Ordinands (1978-90); Canon of Cathedral, Meath (1981-90); aged 97.

WOODMORE. — On 19 September, the Revd Simon Peter Woodmore: NS Assistant Curate of Bovingdon since 2016; aged 51.

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