She married solicitor Andrew Sillett on 19 May 1984.
Due to her surname being alphabetically first in the list of the first 32 women ordained as Church of England priests on 12 March 1994, she is considered the first to be ordained. The officiating bishop speculated that it would be 10 years before the first woman bishop was appointed.
- Tom Templeton (February 1, 2004). "What happened next?". The Guardian (London).
- Ruth Gledhill (January 16, 2006). "Women bishops: celebration tinged with sadness". Times Online blog Articles of Faith.
- "Congratulations Angela and Andrew". Christ Church, Bath.
- "Meet Sue – the first woman in 400 years of tradition at King’s". Worcester News. September 18, 2007.
- Keith Gilley (25 September 2004). "The ministry of women". London: The Guardian.
- New University chaplain to be licensed, University of Bath
- Revd Angela Berners-Wilson is to be made Prebendary of Wells Cathedral
- University Chaplain becomes a Prebendary of Wells Cathedral, University of Bath
- Angela Berners-Wilson (August 7, 2008). "Report of a month’s Sabbatical in China by Angela Berners-Wilson".
- Angela Berners-Wilson (October 2003). "A Woman at the Table - A Personal Reflection on Ten Years of Women as Priests". Ministry Today (29).
- Profile on the University of Bath website
- In Historic Service, Church of England Ordains 32 Women to the Priesthood
- BBC news article
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