Giggall was born on 15 April 1914 and educated at Manchester University. After a period of study at St Chad's College, Durham. He was ordained deacon in 1939 and priest in 1940 and began his ministry as a curate at St Alban’s Cheetwood and St Elisabeth’s Reddish.
In 1945 he joined the Royal Navy as a chaplain, serving until 1969 when he became Dean of Gibraltar. In 1973 he was appointed Bishop of St Helena, a position he held until 1979. He died on 23 September 1999.
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- Army, Navy and Air Force Chaplains 1800 to 1960
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Ambrose Walter Marcus Weekes
Edmund Michael Hubert Capper
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Edward Alexander Cannan
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