Kenneth Mackenzie (bishop of Brechin)

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The Rt Rev Kenneth Donald Mackenzie (16 September 1876 – 1 October 1966) [1] was an eminent Anglican priest and author [2] in the middle third of the 20th century.[3]

He was educated at Radley and Hertford College, Oxford [4] and ordained in 1902.[5] He served curacies at All Hallows’, East India Docks[6] and St John’s, Upper Norwood. From 1905 to 1910 he was Fellow, Dean and Chaplain of Pembroke College, Oxford.[7] After a further curacy at St Mary Magdalene’s, Paddington he became Vicar of Selly Oak in 1915, a post he held for five years. From 1923 to 1934 he worked for the Anglo-Catholic Congress. After that he was a Canon Residentiary at Salisbury Cathedral [8] until his elevation to the Episcopate as Bishop of Brechin,[9] serving until 1943.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Rt. Rev. Kenneth Mackenzie The Times Monday, 3 October 1966; pg. 12; Issue 56752; col G
  2. ^ Amongst others he wrote "The Fruit of the Spirit", 1937; "The Meaning of Churchmanship", 1940; "Everyman’s Religion", 1945; "The Background of the Church of England", 1952; and "The Prayer Book Epistles", 1957 > British Library website accessed 18:18 GMT 8 August 2011
  3. ^ ”Scottish Episcopal Clergy, 1689-2000” p 352 Bertie, D.M: Edinburgh T & T Clark ISBN 0-567-08746-8
  4. ^ The Times, Saturday, 24 June 1899; pg. 12; Issue 35864; col E University Intelligence Oxford, 23 June.
  5. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory1947-48 Oxford, OUP,1947
  6. ^ Anglican Churches in Poplar, Middlesex in 1890
  7. ^ The Times, Saturday, 4 November 1905; pg. 10; Issue 37856; col D University Intelligence
  8. ^ The Times, Saturday, 5 May 1934; pg. 8; Issue 46746; col F Ecclesiastical News Church Appointments
  9. ^ Ecclesiastical News New Bishop Of Brechin Elected The Times Friday, 8 February 1935; pg. 17; Issue 46983; col E
Religious titles
Preceded by
Walter John Forbes Robberds
Bishop of Brechin
1935 – 1943
Succeeded by
Eric Graham