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Deaths

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13 August 2021

ARMSTRONG. — On 9 July: the Revd Dr Christopher John Richard Armstrong: Priest-in-Charge of Bredenbury with Grendon Bishop and Wacton (1976-79); Edvin Ralph with Collington and Thornbury (1976-79); Pencombe with Marston Stannett and Little Cowarne (1976-79); Rector of Cherry Burton (1979-80); Director of Studies and Tutor of Westcott House, Cambridge (1980-85); Priest-in-Charge of Lode and Longmeadow (1985-89); Vicar of Bottisham (1985-89); Priest-in-Charge of Cropthorne with Charlton (1989-93); Worcester Diocesan Local Ministry Secretary (1989-93); Rector of Aberdaron with Rhiw and Llanfaelrhys with Llangwnnadl and Penllech (1993-99); aged 86.

BROUN. — On 7 August, the Revd Claud Michael Broun: Curate-in-Charge of Cambuslang with Newton (1962-69); Rector (1970-75); St Mary the Virgin, Hamilton (1975-88); Rector of Greyfriars, Kirkcudbright, with St Mary’s, Gatehouse-of-Fleet (1988-95); Canon of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow (1984); aged 91.

KIRBY. — On 28 July, the Revd Maurice William Herbert Kirby: Assistant Curate of Westbury (1959-62); Rector of Worton with Marston and Poulshot (1962-66); Curate-in-Charge of Cheverell Magna (1965); Perpetual Curate of Barcombe (1966-68); Vicar (1968-70); Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Salisbury (1970-73); Chaplain of St Helen and St Katherine School, Abingdon (1973-79); Chaplain and Head of Religious Studies of Wrekin College, Telford (1979-84); Vicar of Frensham (1984-91); Guildford Diocesan Director of Reader Training (1984-93); aged 90.

SURTEES. — On 21 July, the Revd Timothy John de Leybourne Surtees: Vicar of Cayton with Eastfield (1961-72); Rector of Cheam (1972-96); aged 90.

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