Hedley Ringrose

Biography

Hedley Ringrose (given birth to 1942) was the Archdeacon of Cheltenham from 1998 to 2009. Ringrose studied for ordination at Salisbury Theological University and was priested in 1969. After curacies at Bishopston, Bristol and Easthampstead he was Vicar of St George, Gloucester from 1975 to 1988; and of Cirencester until his visit as Archdeacon

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^ Church news. THE CHANGING TIMES (London, Britain), Monday, Apr 27, 1998; pg. 25; Concern 66186 ^ Chapel Occasions ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory site 2008/2009 (100th release), p688: Chapel House Posting (ISBN 978-0-7151-1030-0). Anglicanism portal Chapel of England game titles Preceded by John Lewis Archdeacon of Cheltenham 1998–2009 Succeeded by Robert Springett v t e Archdeacons of Cirencester and of Cheltenham Cirencester Henry Hayward John Sinclair Reginald Waterfield (became Archdeacon of Cheltenham) Cheltenham Reginald Waterfield (previously Archdeacon of Cirencester) George Gardner Alan Cornwall Frederick Sears Edmund Murray Ronald Sutch George Hutchins Eric Evans John Lewis Hedley Ringrose Robert Springett Phil Andrew v t e Diocese of Gloucester Gloucester Cathedral Bishopscourt, Gloucester Chapel House, Gloucester Workplace holders Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester Robert Springett, Bishop suffragan of Tewkesbury AEO: Jonathan Goodall, Bishop suffragan of Ebbsfleet Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester Jackie Searle, Archdeacon of Gloucester Phil Andrew, Archdeacon of Cheltenham Historic offices Archdeacon of Cirencester (1882–1919; renamed to Archdeacon of Cheltenham)This article in regards to a person in the Christian clergy in britain is usually a stub. You might help Wikipedia by growing it. v t e

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