Born on 30 April 1906 he was educated at Dean Close School, Cheltenham and Keble College, Oxford and studied for ordination at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford before a curacy in Kidderminster. From 1934 he was Secretary to the Mission to Seamen. Following this he was Vicar of Grays then Ilford; Rural Dean of Barking; and finally, before his elevation to the Episcopate, Archdeacon of Southend. He retired to Witham and died on 3 February 1999.
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