He was educated at Tonbridge School and Keble College, Oxford. Ordained in 1915, he was a curate at St Pancras before wartime service as a Chaplain to the Forces, after which he was Priest in Charge at All Saints, Pimlico and then Vicar of St Mark's, Regent's Park. From 1922 to 1928 he was Deputy Priest-in-Ordinary to the King and then Dean of Gibraltar. Returning to England in 1933 he became Rural Dean of Grantham then Archdeacon of Carlisle  before his last appointment as Bishop of Lewes. He retired in 1959.
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- Ecclesiastical News New Archdeacon Of Carlisle The Times Friday, Aug 04, 1944; pg. 7; Issue 49926; col B
- Bishop Suffragan Of Lewes to retire The Times Friday, Aug 07, 1959; pg. 10; Issue 54533; col C
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1928 – 1933
|Archdeacon of Carlisle
1944 – 1946
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1946 – 1959
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