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Wainwright, W Rev
P473 · Person · 1953

1943-1955: PP at All Souls, Peterborough

P087 · Person · 1863-1943

1863: born
1889: ordained
1889-1895: Northampton
1894-1924: Parish Priest, St Edwards, Kettering
Northampton Diocese Treasurer
1943, Jan 18: died

P703 · Person · 1926-1961

?-1926: Norwich
1926-?: PP King's Lynn
1929: Chair of School Manager's Committee
1961: died

Stewart, Richard L Rev
P634 · Person · 1977

1977: correspondence about him [?]
1977: commenting on a paper by Bishop Mahon
1979: participant at the Anglican Consultative Council - ACC-4 as "The Very Revd Canon Richard Stewart (Secretariatus ad Christianorum Unitatem Fovendem, Rome" ,8th - 18th May 1979

P378 · Person · 1896-1940

1896: Appointed to Southwold Mission from Lowestoft
1899: Resident in Southwold
1930: One of the two founding priests of the Guild of St Felix and St Edmund
1938: Appointed Canon
1940: Died at Southwold

P032 · Person · Born 9-1872; Died 7-5-1962

Born in Norwich and brought up as a Unitarian attending the Octagon Chapel. He studied art and literature in Leipzig. 1889 was received into the Catholic Church at the Holy Apostles Church in Norwich. 1896 a candidate for the priesthood and was ordained in St John the Baptist’s Church, Norwich in 1901. 1903 appointed priest in charge of Marlow, but when his health began to fail he was transferred to Cromer. Father Squirrel was a member of the Guild of the Pope’s Peace which sought via Pope Benedict XV’s call to bring the warring parties together in peace talks during the First World War. 1934 Rector of St. John the Baptist in Norwich. At this time he became involved in the restoration on the Slipper Chapel at Walsingham. On 14 August 1934 Canon Squirrel privately blessed and celebrated the first Mass in the Chapel since the Reformation, prior to Bishop Youens offering the first public Mass on the following day: the Feast of the Assumption.
1962, May 7: Died, Cambridge

Smith, Wilfrid Rev
P417 · Person · 1978

1978: Member of Council of the Shrine of Our lady of Walsingham

P482 · Person · 1949-1979

Joseph Edward Rudderham (17 June 1899 – 24 February 1979) was born in Norwich, one of seven children of William Rudderham, a Norwich wine merchant, and his wife Agnes Mary Ann Coan. He received his early education at Norwich Convent, then was sent to attend Junior Seminary at St Bede's College, Manchester in September 1910. He left St Bede's in July 1917 when he was conscripted into the army, but returned after the war. In 1919, he went on to St Edmund's College, Ware, Christ's College, Cambridge and the Venerable English College, Rome.
He was ordained in the Diocese of Northampton on 31 October 1926. He was appointed the Bishop of the Diocese of Clifton by the Holy See on 14 May 1949.
He retired on 31 August 1974 and assumed the title Bishop Emeritus of Clifton.
He died on 24 February 1979

Rollings, Peter Rev (1987-)
P052 · Person · 1987-

1987: ordained
2016: Canon to the Diocesan Chapter of Canons; he is the treasurer of the Chapter.
Current roles:
Parish Priest at St Mary’s Parish
Rural Dean to the St. Wilfrid’s Deanery
Diocesan Director of the Archconfraternity of St. Stephen
Director of the Walsingham Pilgrimage Committee
Chaplain to the Port of King’s Lynn
Chaplain to St. Martha’s Catholic Primary School

P160 · Person · 1948

1948: Specification for work at Walsingham
1953: signing Electricity supply agreement for Christ the King, Lakenham
1976: died, Beaconsfield

Paul, David Rev
P044 · Person · Ordained 16-9-1995

Canon David Paul is the Dean of the Cathedral of St John the Baptist.
Born and brought up in the north-east of England, Canon Paul began his career as a teacher. Later in life he was ordained a priest and served in many parishes in East Anglia. Canon Paul is a member of the Bishop’s Council as well as being involved in many other areas in the life of the Diocese.
2022: retired from St John the Baptist Cathedral, Norwich

Parker, Hugh Rev (-1961)
P148 · Person · 1918-1961

1918-1942: PP St Felix, Felixstowe
1953: donating money to Lakenham Building Fund
1958: retired from Gorleston
1961, Nov 26: died

P322 · Person · 1949-1995

1949: Invoiced for Magazine on 2 October 1949
1946-1951: PP at Southwold
1965: mentioned in letters re Hemsby & Caister
[?]-1983: PP at Hunstanton
1983: retired
1995: died

Minh, John Rev
P040 · Person · 2019

2018: PP Sawston

McShee, J E Rev (1912-)
P144 · Person · 1912-

1912: ordained
1921: Costessey, Norfolk
1953: letters re March Church