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12 March 2021

BELLAMY. — On 13 January, the Revd Dorothy Kathleen Bellamy: Deaconness of St Dunstan’s, Felt­­ham (1982-84); St Mary the Virgin, Twickenham (1984); St Mary the Virgin, Hampton (1984-85); St John the Baptist, Hampton Wick (1985-88); Parish Deacon (1987-88); St Mark’s, Teddington, and Hampton Wick (1988-90); All Saints’, West­­bury (1990-94); Assistant Curate (1994-96); NS Assistant Curate of Freshwater and Yarmouth (1997-2009); aged 87.

DAVIS. — On 3 March, the Ven. Alan Norman Davis: Curate-in-Charge of St Paul’s Conventional Dis­­trict, Ecclesfield (1968-72); Vicar (1972-73); St Paul’s, Wordsworth Avenue (1973-75); Lower Shiregreen (1975-80); Maltby (1980-81); Team Rector in the Maltby Team Ministry (1981-89); Archbishop of York’s Of­­ficer for Urban Priority Areas (1990-92); Carlisle Diocesan Communications Officer (1992-96); Priest-in-Charge of St Cuthbert’s, Carlisle (1992-96); Archdeacon of West Cum­berland (1996-2004); Hon. Canon of Carlisle Cathedral (1996-2004); Rural Dean of Solway (1998-99); Sparkenhoe West (2007-08); aged 82.

PHILLIPS. — On 11 February, the Revd Brian Robert Phillips: Rector of Luckington with Alderton (1962-69); Vicar of Highworth with Seven­hampton, Hannington and Ingle­sham (1969-84); Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (1984-90); Priest-in-Charge of Long Newton (1984-87); Crudwell with Ashley (1984-87); Rector of Ashley, Crudwell, Hanker­­ton, Long Newnton and Oaksey (1987-90); aged 89.

RUNDLE. — On 5 February, the Revd Beryl Rosemary Rundle: NS Deaconess of Boxgrove (1986-87); Tangmere (1986-87); Hon. Parish Dea­­­­con of Boxgrove (1987-92); Tang­­mere (1987-92); St Saviour’s, Eastbourne (1992-98); aged 92.

STOWE. — On 27 January, the Revd Nigel James Stowe: Assistant Curate of Reigate (1964-67); Vicar of St Jude’s, Mildmay Park, Islington (1967-75); Penn Street with Holmer Green (1975-2001); aged 84.

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