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Deaths

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24 June 2022

BAYNES. — On 7 June, the Revd Simon Hamilton Baynes: Assistant Curate of Rodbourne Cheney (1959-62); with CMS in Japan (1963-80); Assistant Curate of Keynsham (1980-84); Priest-in-Charge of Winkfield (1984-85); Vicar of Winkfield and Cranbourne (1985-99); Hon. Assistant Curate of Thame (2002-21); aged 89.

HAMMOND. — On 8 June, the Revd Michael John Hammond: NS Assistant Curate of St Peter’s, Formby (1976-80); Senior Lecturer of Norwich City College (1986-2001); Lecturer of Guon Institute of Higher Education, Italy (2001-06); aged 86.

HEARN. — On 4 June, the Revd Peter Brian Hearn: Rector of Belton (1959-64); Perpetual Curate of Manthorpe with Londonthorpe (1959-64); Vicar of Billingborough (1964-73); Sempringham with Pointon and Pointon Fen with Birthorpe (1964-73); Burton-on-Stather with Normanby, Thealby, Coleby and Flixborough (1973-96); Rural Dean of Manlake (1987-93); Canon and Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral (1992-2001); aged 90.

LEWIS. — On 10 June, the Very Revd Richard Lewis: Vicar of All Saints’, South Merstham (1967-72); Curate-in-Charge of St Peter’s, South Wimbledon (1972-74); Vicar of Holy Trinity, South Wimbledon (1972-74); Holy Trinity with St Peter’s, South Wimbledon (1974-79); St Barnabas’s, Dulwich (1979-90); Chaplain of Alleyn’s Foundation, Dulwich (1979-90); Rural Dean of Dulwich (1983-90); Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (1987-90); Dean of Wells (1990-2003); Bath & Wells Diocesan Warden of Readers (1991-2003); aged 87.

OWEN. — On 7 June, the Revd David William Owen: Assistant Curate of Grantham, in charge of the Ascension, Harrowby (1961-65); Vicar of Messingham with East Butterwick (1965-70); Spilsby with Hundleby (1970-77); Rector of Aswardby with Sausthorpe (1970-77); Langton-by-Partney with Sutterby (1970-77); Curate-in-Charge of Halton Holgate (1971-77); Great Steeping and Firsby (1975-77); Little Steeping (1975-77); Rector of Louth (1977-92); Chaplain of Louth County Hospital (1977-92); Rural Dean of Louthesk (1982-89); Canon and Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral (1985-92); Team Rector in the Swan Team Ministry (1992-97); Rural Dean of Claydon (1994-96); aged 90.

PALMER. — On 31 May, the Revd Derek James Palmer: Assistant Curate of St Edward’s, Leek (1979-93); Army Chaplain (1983-92); Rector of St George’s, Riviera Beach, United States (1992-95); Assistant Curate of Ockendon and Belhus Park (1995-98); Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Walthamstow (1998-2000); Chaplain of Salford University (2000-06); Area Dean of Salford (2002-03); Bishop of Manchester’s Adviser on New Religious Movements (2002-21); Priest-in-Charge of St Andrew’s, Droylesden (2006-09); Team Rector in the St Andrew’s and St Mary with St Peter Team Ministry, Oldham (2009-11); Vicar of St Mary with St Peter, Oldham (2011-21); aged 68.

RAWLINSON. — On 1 June: the Revd Curwen Rawlinson: Army Chaplain (1963-78); Deputy Assistant Chaplain General, Berlin (1978-80); Assistant Chaplain General, North-East District, York (1980-85); Hon. Chaplain to the Queen (1983-98); Rector of Uley with Owlpen and Nympsfield (1985-98); Rural Dean of Dursley (1989-96); aged 90.

SMITH. — On 28 May, the Revd Dr Joyce Mary Smith: Team Vicar in the Waltham Team Ministry (2003-10); Rural Dean of Epping Forest (2010-13); NS Assistant Curate (Associate Vicar) in the Waltham Team Ministry since 2010; Chaplain of St Clare’s Hospice, Hastingwood (2010-14); Rural Dean of Epping Forest and Ongar (2013-18); Hon. Canon of Chelmsford Cathedral since 2015; aged 70.

TOMLINSON. — On 11 June, the Revd Barry William Tomlinson: Assistant Curate of Pennington (1972-76); with South American Mission Society (1976-80); Chile Diocesan Treasury Administrator (1977-80); Vicar of St Mary Magdalene’s, Gorleston (1980-88); Curate-in-Charge of St Mary Magdalene’s Conventional District Gorleston (1980); Chaplain of James Paget Hospital, Gorleston (1981-87); Little Plumstead (1988-94); Priest-in-Charge of Great with Little Plumstead (1989-93); Rector of Great and Little Plumstead with Thorpe End and Witton (1993-98); Chaplain of Norwich Community Health Partnership NHS Trust (1994-95); Rural Dean of Blofield (1996-98); Vicar of Holy Trinity, Margate (1998-99); Rector of Roughton and Felbrigg, Metton, Sustead, Bessingham and Gunton with Hanworth (1999-2002); Priest-in-Charge of Brinton, Briningham, Hunworth, Stody, Swanton Novers and Thornage (2010-16); aged 75.

WILKINSON. — On 20 June, the Revd Dr Alan Bassindale Wilkinson: Chaplain of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge (1961-67); Hulsean Professor of the University of Cambridge (1967); Perpetual Curate of Barrow Gurney (1967-70); Assistant Chaplain and Lecturer of St Matthias’s College, Fishponds (1967-70); Principal of Chichester Theological College (1970-74); Canon and Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral (1970-74); Canon Emeritus since 1974; St Albans Diocesan Director of Auxiliary Ministry Training, and Warden of Verulam House (1974-75); Lecturer of Crewe and Alsager College of Higher Education (1975-78); Hon. Assistant Curate of Alsager (1976-78); Ripon Diocesan Director of Training (1978-84); Hon. Canon of Ripon Cathedral (1984-88); Priest-in-Charge of Thornthwaite with Thuscross and Darley (1984-88); Hon. Priest of Portsmouth Cathedral (1988-2014); Tutor of the Open University (1988-96); Hon. Portsmouth Diocesan Theologian (1993-2001); Hon. Chaplain of Portsmouth Cathedral (1994-2001); Fellow of the George Bell Institute, Chichester since 1996; Visiting Lecturer of Portsmouth University (1998-2005); aged 91.

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