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TINSLEY. — On 6 September, the Revd Bernard Murray Tinsley: Vicar of Thorpe Hesley (1958-61); Rector of Alverdiscott with Huntshaw, and of Newton Tracey (1961-78); Bea­ford with Roborough (1967-78); Alverdiscott with Huntshaw with Newton Tracey,

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BALL. — On 5 September, the Rt Revd John Martin Ball: Vicar of St Francis’s, Nairobi (1975-80); Deputy General Secretary of the Bible Churchmen’s Missionary Society (1980-81); General Secretary (1981-93); Crosslinks (1993-95); Hon.

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BAKER. — On 30 August, the Revd Frank Thomas Baker: Assistant Curate and Precentor of St Peter’s, Leeds (1966-73); Rector of Crook, and Curate-in-Charge of Stanley (1973-74); Chaplain in Bucharest (1974-75); Assistant Curate of Tewkesbury

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MOTYER. — On 26 August, the Revd Dr John Alexander Motyer: Tutor of Clifton Theological College, Bristol (1950-54); Vice-Principal (1954-65); Vicar of St Luke’s, West Hampstead (1965-70); Deputy Principal of Tyndale Hall, Bristol (1970-71);

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BARNES. — On 7 August, the Revd John Barwick Barnes: Vicar of Arkes­den with Wicken Bonhunt (1965-71); St Mary the Virgin, Great Ilford (1971-99); Hon. Canon of Chelmsford (1995-99); aged 84.

BAXTER. — On 21 August, the

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BAIN. — On 11 August, the Revd David Roualeyn Findlater (Roly) Bain

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ANDREWS. — On 21 July, the Revd Anthony Brian Andrews: Vicar of Goldthorpe (1963-74): St Michael and All Angels, Ladbroke Grove, with Christ Church, Notting Hill, since 1974; aged 83. TOBIN. — On 2 August, the Revd Richard Francis Tobin: Youth Chaplain in the diocese of Chelmsford (1982-87); Vicar o...

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ap GWILYM. — On 31 July, the Revd Gwynn ap Gwilym: Rector of Penegoes and Darowen with Llanbryn-Mair (1986-87); Rector of Mallwyd with Cemais, Llany­mawddwy, Darowen and Llanbryn-Mair (1997-2002); Priest-in-Charge of Penyfai (2002-05); Cardiff Dewi Sant (2005-07); Language Officer of the Churc...

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BURNETT. — On 17 July, the Revd John Capenhurst Burnett: Rector and Vicar of Wroughton (1956-76); Rural Dean of Cricklade (1970-76); Hon. Canon of Bristol Cathedral (1974-85); Vicar of St Andrew’s with St Bartholomew’s, Bristol (1976-85); aged 96. CARTER. — On 22 July, the Re...

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BROOKS. — On 26 June, the Revd Ian George Brooks: Assistant Curate of Holy Trinity with St Mary, Hoxton, in charge of St Anne’s (1974-75); St Anne with St Columba, Hoxton (1975-80); Minister of St Paul’s Conventional District, Croxteth, West Derby (1980-81); Vicar of Croxteth (1981...

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MARTIN. — On 1 July, the Revd Alexander Lewendon Martin: Assist­ant Chaplain of Tonbridge School (1959-64); Chaplain of Felsted School (1964-74); Sedbergh School (1974-84); Rector of Askerswell, Loders and Powerstock (1984-89); Rural Dean of Lyme Bay (1986-89); aged 90.

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