Born on 30 December 1931  and educated at the University of Nottingham, he was ordained after a period of study at Wells Theological College in 1960. He was the Vicar Choral at Southwell Minster  and then held incumbencies at Wollaton and Darlington. A canon at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, he became Dean of Chichester in 1989, retiring in 2001. A carved gargoyle at Chichester Cathedral was inspired by his face.
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Robert Tinsley Holtby
|Dean of Chichester
1989 – 2001
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