Norman Atkinson Russell
|Born||7 August 1942|
|Education||Royal Belfast Academical Institution, Churchill College, Cambridge|
|Occupation||Retired Archdeacon of the Diocese of Berkshire|
Russell was born on 7 August 1922 and educated at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and Churchill College, Cambridge. After an earlier career as an accountant he was ordained in 1971. He began his ministry with curacies at Christ Church with Emmanuel, Clifton, Bristol and Christ Church, Cockfosters. He was Rector of Harwell with Chilton, Oxfordshire from 1977 to 1984 and then Priest in charge at St James, Gerrards Cross. Later he was Rural Dean of Amersham and after his appointment as Archdeacon Prolocutor of the Lower house of the Convocation of Canterbury.
Current Honorary research fellow at St Stephen's House, Oxford.
|Church of England titles|
Michael Arthur Hill
|Archdeacon of Berkshire
1998 – 2013
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