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21 May 2021

BRIDGMAN. — On 12 May, the Revd Gerald Bernard Bridgman: Curate-in-Charge of Southgate Conventional District, Crawley (1956-59); Vicar (1959-67); Holy Trinity, Hull (1967-87); Chaplain of Hull Royal Infirmary (1967-87); Area Dean of Central and North Hull (1981-86); Canon and Prebendary of York Minster (1983-87); aged 98.

FRY. — On 6 May, the Revd Florence Marion Fry: Chaplain and Welfare Officer to the Deaf (1970-94); Chaplain of Coventry Cathedral (1988-94); Chairman of the Coventry Council of Churches (1988-91); aged 96.

HARLEY. — On 13 May, the Revd Brian Nigel Harley: Curate-in-Charge of St Christopher’s Conventional District, Thornhill (1961-71); Team Vicar in the Basingstoke Team Ministry (1971-73); Team Rector (1973-80); Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral (1975-93); Vicar of Eastleigh (1980-93); Rural Dean of Eastleigh (1985-93); Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester (1994-96); aged 91.

ROSE. — On 14 April, the Revd Paul Rosamond Rose: Priest-in-Charge of Daramombe, Rhodesia (1964-67); Minor Canon, Precentor and Sacrist of Peterborough Cathedral (1967-72); Vicar of St John the Evangelist with St Michael and All Angels, Paddington (1972-79); Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey (1974-79); Precentor and Sacrist of Canterbury Cathedral (1979-84); Vicar of Rothwell with Orton (1984-87); Rector of Rothwell with Orton and Rushton with Glendon and Pipewell (1987-97); Hon. Canon of Peterborough Cathedral (1994-97); Chaplain in Heidelberg, Germany (1998); aged 88.

SELF. — On 5 May, the Revd John Andrew Self: with CMS in Pakistan (1977-91); Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) of All Saints’, Weston, Bath, with North Stoke (1991-92); Vicar of Sparkhill (1992-2017); aged 73.

SHAW. — On 21 April, the Revd Graham Shaw: Rector of Winford (1973-78); Chaplain of Exeter College, Oxford (1978-85); Rector of Farnborough (1988-95); aged 76.

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