William Baker (priest)
Baker was born in 1870, educated at Christ's College, Cambridge, and ordained in 1895. He was Assistant Chaplain at King William's College in the Isle of Man and then Curate of St Mary, Ely. After this he held incumbencies at Hapton, Bourn and Handsworth. He was Archdeacon of Sheffield from 1938 to 1943. He died on 14 December 1950.
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Alfred Charles Eustace Jarvis
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Douglas Ernest William Harrison
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