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Oxford University Gazette, 22 November 2007:
Colleges, Halls, and Societies


OBITUARIES

Keble College

FRANK GRAHAM ALLEN, 12 August 2007; Classics 1939. Aged 87.

WILLIAM GAVIN BUCHANAN, 17 July 2007; History 1945. Aged 86.

THE RT REVD BISHOP GRAHAM CHARLES CHADWICK, 28 October 2007; Theology 1947. Aged 84.

PHILIP PERCY COOPER DRABBLE, OBE, 29 July 2007; up for 3 terms 1932. Aged 93.

JEREMY PAUL FARR, 7 August 2007; Exhibitioner Mathematics 1984. Aged 42.

RICHARD CHRISTOPHER JUDD, 14 October 2007; Oriental Studies 1970. Aged 56.

FRANK KENNETH ANGUS LOW, 8 August 2007; Agriculture 1946. Aged 91.

THE REVD CANON JOHN ARTHUR LUCAS, 26 September 2007; English 1926. Aged 100.

GORDON VICTOR MARSH, 15 August 2007; History 1949. Aged 78.

LEWIS FRANCIS PRICE, September 2007; History 1953. Aged 74.

GLYN RIDLEY, 30 September 2007; Mathematics 1983. Aged 42.

DAVID CECIL HUGH SIMMONS, OBE, 5 July 2007; History 1940. Aged 85.

JAMES DONALD TURNER, 27 September 2007; Chemistry 1931. Aged 95.

THE REVD DR EDWARD CHAD VARAH, 8 November 2007; Honorary Fellow, Exhibitioner (PPE) 1930. Aged 96.

PROFESSOR JOHN HILTON EDWARDS, 11 October 2007; Emeritus Fellow; Professorial Fellow of Genetics 1979–95. Aged 79.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FREDE, 11 August 2007; formerly Professorial Fellow and Professor of the History of Philosophy. Aged 67.


Merton College

ROY REGINALD GUNTON, 20 August 2007; Postmaster 1949–53. Aged 77.

WILLIAM CECIL HURST, 24 August 2007; commoner 1942–3. Aged 83.

STEPHEN ELLIS MEDCALF, 17 September 2007; Postmaster 1955–62. Aged 71.

RONALD CHARLES SHEPARD, 12 July 2007; commoner 1947–9. Aged 82.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE

St Hugh's College

A Memorial Service for BETTY KEMP (1916–2007), formerly Tutor, Fellow, and Emeritus Fellow, will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, 24 November, in the chapel, St Hugh's College.

Refreshments will be served after the service.

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