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the position of a curate

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His curacies are also normally overlooked, despite the fact that he served two before being signed up for NSW.
Curacies were served at Christ Church Walker, and St.
After curacies at Stranton and Monkwearmouth, and incumbencies at Stillington, Consett and Gateshead, where he was Rural Dean, he was appointed Archdeacon of Auckland and Canon Residentiary at the Cathedral in 1983, exchanging his archdeaconry for that of Durham in 1993 and eventually, in 1997, retiring back to his old haunts at Barnard Castle.
The father later became an Anglican bishop, a vocation in which John followed him after curacies at All Souls, Langham Place (1938-40), in London and at St.
It described as "inexplicable" his decision to allow the appointment of the two to curacies, despite fresh proof they had abused after ordination.
After serving curacies in Wales he began his long association with the Anglican church in the West Indies becoming the Dean of Trinidad in 1955 and the Bishop of British Honduras in 1967.
He served curacies at Christ Church, Edgbaston, in Hasbury, Halesowen, then became vicar of St Luke's, Cradley Heath, St Stephens, Redditch, and Rector of Halesowen.
Even when generously ignoring the inac curacies, one must wonder what audience the author can possibly have in mind for such trivialities?