Alfred Jowett

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The Very Reverend
Alfred Jowett
Dean of Manchester
In office
Personal details
Nationality British

The Very Rev Alfred Jowett was Dean of Manchester in the last third of the 20th Century.[1]
Born on 29 May 1914, educated at High Storrs and St Catharine's College, Cambridge [2] and ordained in 1945,[3] he began his career at St John the Evangelist, Goole.[4] Afterwards he was Secretary to the Sheffield Anglican and Free Church Council and Marriage Guidance Council then Vicar of St George with St Stephen, in his home city.[5] Between 1960 and 1964 he was Vicar of Doncaster when he was elevated to the Deanery, serving 19 years. An honorary graduate of the University of Sheffield,[6] he died on 28 July 2004.[7]


Church of England titles
Preceded by
Herbert Arthur Jones
Dean of Manchester
Succeeded by
Robert Murray Waddington