Frederick Hawkes

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Frederick Ochterloney Taylor Hawkes was the fourth Bishop of Kingston.

Born on 22 November 1878 and educated at Magdalen College, Oxford,[1] he was ordained in 1903. He then became a curate at St Mary's Portsea

St Mary's Portsea

following which he was Vicar of Aldershot, Rector of Lambeth and Archdeacon of Southwark before his ordination to the episcopate,[2] a post he held until retirement to Oxted in 1952. He died fourteen years later on 26 January 1966.[3] Some of his correspondence is housed within The National Archives.[4]


  1. ^ “Who was Who” 1897-1990 London, A & C Black, 1991 ISBN 0-7136-3457-X
  2. ^ A New Bishop. (Official Appointments and Notices) The Times Saturday, Dec 18, 1926; pg. 12; Issue 44458; col F
  3. ^ Rt. Rev. Frederick Hawkes (Obituaries) The Times Thursday, Jan 27, 1966; pg. 14; Issue 56540; col F
  4. ^ Details of collection
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Percy Mark Herbert
Bishop of Kingston
1927 – 1952
Succeeded by
William Percy Gilpin