Hugh Gough (bishop)
Gough was born into a clerical family. He was educated at Weymouth College and Trinity College, Cambridge and made deacon in 1928 and ordained a priest in 1929. His first position was as a curate at St Mary’s Islington.
He was then successively perpetual curate of St Paul's Walcot, Bath, vicar of St James' Carlisle, a chaplain in the British Armed Forces during World War II and (before his consecration to the episcopate) the Rural Dean of Islington in 1946 and prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral, London, in 1948.
He was the Bishop of Barking from 1948 to 1959 and Archdeacon of West Ham for most of that time before he was translated to be the Archbishop of Sydney, during which time he also served as Primate of the Church of England in Australia.
- NPG details
- Who's Who 1970 London, A & C Black, 1971 ISBN 0-7136-1140-5
- Crockford's Clerical Directory 1975-76. London: Oxford University Press, 1976. ISBN 0-19-200008-X
- Loane, M. L. (29 November 1997). "Obituary: The Right Rev Hugh Gough". London: The Independent. Retrieved 2015-04-06.
- New Bishop Suffragan Of Barking, The Times, 26 August 1948, p. 6.
- Australia Primate Resigns, The Times, 25 May 1966, p. 10.
|Church of England titles|
James Theodore Inskip
|Bishop of Barking
1948 – 1959
William Frank Percival Chadwick
|Anglican Communion titles|
Howard West Kilvinton Mowll
|Archbishop of Sydney
1959 – 1966
Marcus Lawrence Loane
|Primate of Australia
1959 – 1966
Philip Nigel Warrington Strong
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