Nancy Charton

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Nancy Charton
ChurchAnglican
ProvinceSouthern Africa
Orders
Ordination1992
by David Russell
Personal details
Died (aged 95)
Graaff Reinet

Nancy Charton Ph.D (1920 – 2015) was the first female ordained priest in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.[1][2][3][4][5]

Charton was a lecturer and later associate professor in the Department of Politics at Rhodes University. She was also a deacon at St Bartholomew's Church, Grahamstown. In September 1992 she was ordained priest by David Russell in the Grahamstown Cathedral.

Works[edit]

  • Meyer, Wilhelm Henry, ed. (2009). The Calling: The Story of a Pioneering Woman Priest. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster Publications. ISBN 978-1-875053-79-7.
  • "English‐speaking white elites in South African politics". Politikon. 2 (2): 115–128. 2007. doi:10.1080/02589347508704682. ISSN 0258-9346.
  • "THE WITNESS OF THE CHURCH OF THE PROVINCE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA". International Review of Mission. 83 (328): 153–157. 1994. doi:10.1111/j.1758-6631.1994.tb02355.x. ISSN 0020-8582.
  • Brenda Nicholls; Nancy Charton; Mary Knowling (1998). The Diary of Robert John Mullins (1833-1913). Grahamstown: Rhodes University, Department of History.
  • "Black elites in the Transkei". Politikon. 3 (2): 61–74. 1976. doi:10.1080/02589347608704706. ISSN 0258-9346.
  • Ciskei: Economics and Politics of Dependence in a South African Homeland. Croom Helm. 1980. ISBN 978-0-7099-0332-1.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Meer 1998, p. 107.
  2. ^ O'Meara 1995, p. 36.
  3. ^ Romero 1998, p. 83.
  4. ^ McCoy 1994.
  5. ^ Horowitz 1991, p. 75.

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