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Oxford University Gazette, 10 March 2005:
Colleges, Halls, and Societies


OBITUARIES

Green College

MICHAEL JOHN HALSEY, MA, D.PHIL., 19 February 2005; formerly Academic Tutor, Senior Tutor, and Tutor for Admissions; Governing Body Fellow from 1995; Head of Medical Research Services and Assistant Registrar of the University; Gold Medallist, Royal College of Anaesthetics, 1999; Pro-Proctor 2002.

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Keble College

HUMPHREY WILLIAM BOUVERIE CARPENTER, 4 January 2005; English Language and Literature 1964. Aged 58.

DAVID WHITRIDGE CHISHOLM, 2 December 2004; Theology 1941. Aged 81.

IRA MARTIN GOLDREYER, 31 December 2004; 1945. Aged 79.

EDWARD JOHNSON HOUGHTON, 3 January 2005; Theology 1941. Aged 81.

RICHARD CHARLES THOMAS MEAD, 11 January 2005; 1962. Aged 61.

IAN SIMPSON PELTON, 1 February 2005; 1950. Aged 75.

GEORGE HERBERT RUSBRIDGER, 14 February 2005; Modern History 1927. Aged 96. THOMAS BROCKLEHOURST SIMISTER, 20 January 2005; Theology 1946. Aged 85.



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Magdalen College

SIR RUPERT WILLIAM JOHN CLARKE, BT, 4 February 2005; commoner 1938–9, MA 1945. Aged 85.

STEPHEN CLAVER, 1989; commoner 1945–9. Aged 77.

THOMAS CORLETT, 13 January 2005; Demy 1940–2 and 1945–7. Aged 83.

NARBOROUGH MICHAEL HUGHES-D'EATH, 18 December 2004; exhibitioner 1950–3. Aged 74.

FRANCES MARGARET MCGRATH, 29 September 2004; commoner 1983–5 and 1986–7. Aged 40.

FREDERICK HENRY MEERES YOUNG, 25 December 1998; Rhodes Scholar 1927–30. Aged 94.

JOHN ELFED POWELL, 19 January 2005; commoner 1965–9. Aged 57.

THE HON (EDWARD) ROBERT (HAMILTON) WILLS, 11 January 2005; commoner 1937–9. Aged 86.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE

Lincoln College

A Memorial Service for THE REVD VIVIAN HUBERT HOWARD GREEN, DD, formerly Chaplain, Fellow, Rector, and Honorary Fellow, will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, 23 April in the Church of St Michael at the North Gate, Cornmarket Street.

Tea will be served in Lincoln College after the service.

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