Frederick EDWIN LE GRICE, 19111992 (aged 80 years)

Name
Frederick EDWIN /LE GRICE/
Surname
LE GRICE
Given names
Frederick EDWIN
Birth December 14, 1911
Christening March 10, 1929 (aged 17 years)
Occupation
Anglican Dean of Ripon

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Death June 25, 1992 (aged 80 years)
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Educated Paston School, N Walsham and Queens College, Cambridge, where he read maths and theology. Ordained at Ripon in 1935 and was curate at St Aidans Leed s for 3 yrs, Moved to Paignton in Devon and was curate for 8yrs. Next he was V icar of Totteridge til 1958 & he was appointed Sub-Dean of St Albans Cathedral From there he became Dean of Ripon and served in the higher circles of Church affairs.Two books of poems were published, Sharp Reflections'1989 and Five I nstant Glorias and a Creed' 1991 `Daily Telegraph 29.6.1992' Devon. Paignton. Churches. Saint John the Baptist. Guides. 1946 Le Grice, Frederick Edwin. The story of the parish church of St.John Baptist, Paignton / by Frederick Edwin Le Grice. - Gloucester : British Publ.Co. , 1946. - 37p ; ill ; plan ; 19cm. (Record no: 27726)WSL: 726.5/PAI/LEG Sing Together -Bible songs and canticles Author: Edwin Le Grice Imprint: Canterbury Press Published: 30/09/1994 ISBN: 1853110906 Love Malcolm Archer Text by Edwin Le Grice A cantata on the death and resurrection of Jesus.

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my father (Frederick Edwin Le Grice) was always known as Edwin (not Frederick) 460 F is Catherine Mary Le Grice (not Margaret) My mother, Joyce Margaret Hildreth was known as Betty throughout her life, and her mother, wife of Walter Hildreth, was Mary Bell. 273. Frederick Edwin (DEAN) LE GRICE (Frederick , Charles , Robert , Robert ) was born on 14 Dec 1911 in Harleston, Norfolk. He died on 25 Jun 1992 in Ripon, Yorkshire. Edwin was the Anglican Dean of Ripon. Frederick married Joyce Margaret (Betty) HILDRETH daughter of Walter HILDRETH and on 27 Jan 1940 in Leeds, Yorkshire. Joyce was born on 8 Dec 1918 in Leeds, Yorkshire. She was christened in 11 Hadley Rd, Sheringham, Norfolk. They had the following children:

  • 459 F i Angela Margaret LE GRICE was born on 31 Aug 1942.
  • 460 F ii Catherine Margaret LE GRICE-MACK was born on 18 Jun 1945.
  • 461 M iii Michael Edwin Hildreth LE GRICE was born on 7 Feb 1950. Catherine Le Grice Mack MBE, MA, FRSA Proprietor, Norwood Organic Farm
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The Very Reverend (Frederick) Edwin Le Grice was an eminent Anglican priest in the latter part of the 20th century. He was born on 14 December 1911 and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. Ordained in 1936 he began his career with curacies in Leeds and Paignton. Subsequently Vicar of Totteridge he was then appointed a Canon Residentiary of St Albans Cathedral, a post he held until his appointment as Dean of Ripon in 1968. He retired after 16 years in post and died on 25 June 1992. Church of England titles Preceded by Frederick Llewelyn Hughes Dean of Ripon 1968 – 1984 Succeeded by ?

  1. Always known as Edwin
  2. “Who was Who”1897-1990 London, A & C Black, 1991 ISBN 071363457X
  3. During which time he wrote “The story of the parish church of St.John Baptist, Paignton” (Published 1946)
  4. Crockford's clerical directory Lambeth, Church House, 1976 ISBN 0108153674
  5. The Times, Thursday, Dec 28, 1967; pg. 8; Issue 57134; col A New Dean of Ripon
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Edwin Le Grice From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Very Reverend (Frederick) Edwin Le Grice was an eminent Anglican priest in the latter part of the 20th century. He was born on 14 December 1911 at Harleston, Norfolk and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. Ordained in 1936 he began his career with curacies in Leeds and Paignton.[3] Subsequently Vicar of Totteridge he was then appointed a Canon Residentiary of St Albans Cathedral, a post he held until his appointment as Dean of Ripon in 1968. He retired in 1984 after 16 years in post and died on 25 June 1992 at Ripon. A large stained glass window in the Cathedral is dedicated to Edwin Le Grice. It features medieval stained glass found when the Cathedral was being restored and a line of one of his poems, "Surround us with your symphony of praise, God's messengers of light.'

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