Cecil Wilson (bishop of Bunbury)
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Educated at Tonbridge School, Wilson became an 1882 graduate of Jesus College, Cambridge, Wilson served parishes in England before his consecration. He launched the fifth Southern Cross in 1903 and advocated for the movement of the centre of Anglican life in Melanesia to the Solomon Islands from Norfolk Island.
- "Wilson, Cecil (WL879C)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- Historical documents by Wilson from Project Canterbury
- Melanesian Mission Occasional Paper announcing Wilson's selection as Bishop, 1894.
- The Wake of the Southern Cross: Work and Adventures in the South Seas, by Cecil Wilson 1932.
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|Bishop of Melanesia
|Bishop of Bunbury
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