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21 January 2022

BRIDGER. — On 20 December: the Revd Gordon Frederick Bridger: Assistant Curate of St Mary’s, Islington (1956-60); Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge (1960-62); Vicar of St Mary’s, Hammersmith Road, Fulham (1962-69); Chaplain of St Thomas’s, Edinburgh (1969-75); Rector of the Most Holy Trinity, Heigham (1976-87); Rural Dean of Norwich South (1979-86); Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral (1984-87); Principal of Oak Hill Theological College (1987-96); aged 89.

HARDING. — On 25 December, the Revd Richard Michael Harding: Vicar of Longdon, Castlemorton, Bushley, Queenhill with Holdfast (1986-95); Priest-in-Charge of Catshill and Dodford (1995-97); Vicar (1997-2002); Priest-in-Charge of Stokenham with Sherford and Beesands, and Slapton (2002-05); Rector (2005-09); Stokenham, Slapton, Charleton with Buckland-Tout-Saints, East Portlemouth, South Pool, and Chivelstone (2009-10); aged 79.

JONES. — On 8 January, the Revd Evan Hopkins Jones: Vicar of Cornworthy (1973-78); Rector of Ashprington (1973-78); St John of Jerusalem with Christ Church, South Hackney (1978-92); Area Dean of Hackney (1984-89); Vicar of St James the Apostle and St Peter, Islington (1992-2008); aged 83.

RYRIE. — On 23 December, the Revd Isabel Ryrie: Bishop of Edinburgh’s Deacon (1989-91); NSM of St Mary’s, Edinburgh (1991-98); aged 90.

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