William Johnson (bishop)
Johnson was born in Brighton, South Australia on 12 May 1889 and educated at St Peter's College, Adelaide and Adelaide University. He was ordained in 1914 and his first ministry position was as a curate at Holy Trinity, Kew in Melbourne. After World War I service as a chaplain to the AIF he was the rector of St Cuthbert’s Prospect, South Australia where he remained until his appointment as the Dean of Newcastle. In 1936 he was ordained to the episcopate and was still in post at his death on 15 July 1960.
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