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11 February 2022

COLEMAN. — On 4 February, the Revd Brian James Coleman: Assistant Curate of Allestree, in charge of St Nicholas’s (1960-65); Perpetual Curate of St Nicholas’s, Allestree (1965-69); Chaplain and Lecturer of St Michael’s College, Salisbury (1969-77); Priest-in-Charge of Matlock Bank (1977-86); Rector of Frimley (1986-92); Vicar of All Saints’, Guildford (1992-2002); aged 85.

COLLINS. — On 9 January, the Revd Winfield St Clair Collins: Priest-in-Charge of St Mark’s and St Catherine’s, Barbados (1977-84); Assistant Chaplain of HM Prison Wadsworth (1985); Chaplain of HM Prison Thorn Cross (1985-91); HM Prison Pentonville (1991-2001); Residentiary Canon of St Michael and All Angels Cathedral, Bridgetown, Barbados (2001-02); aged 79.

HOWAT. — On 3 February, the Revd Jeremy Noel Thomas Howat: Assistant Curate of Bridlingtno Quay (1966-69); Rector of Wheldrake (1969-78); Assistant Youth Officer in the Diocese of York (1970-74); Vicar of Hurlingham and Devoto, Argentina (1978-81); Priest-in-Charge of Newton Upon Ouse (1981-82); Skelton by York (1981-82); Vicar of Shipton with Overton (1981-92); Rector of Skelton with Shipton and Newton on Ouse (1982-89); in Argentina (1990-97); Assistant Curate of Elloughton and Brough with Brantingham (1997-99); aged 86.

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