Chi ha sposato Anthony Hoskyns-Abrahall?

Margaret Ada Storey sposò Anthony Hoskyns-Abrahall il 16 giugno 1937.

Anthony Hoskyns-Abrahall

Anthony Hoskyns-Abrahall

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Anthony Leigh Egerton Hoskyns-Abrahall (13 October 1903 – 1 May 1982) was an Anglican priest and bishop who served as the Bishop of Lancaster (a suffragan bishop in the Diocese of Blackburn) from 1955 until 1975.

Son of Bennet and of Edith née Tapp, and descended from the Hoskyns baronets, Hoskyns-Abrahall was educated at Shrewsbury School and trained at the Royal Naval College, Osborne, and Dartmouth), serving as a Naval Lieutenant as a Lieutenant he was PT instructor at RNC Dartmouth. He played Cricket for the Navy, Soccer for the Navl Officers, Rugby for Portsmouth Combined Services, he boxed for the Navy and had a handicap of about 2 at golf; before training for the ministry at Westcott House, Cambridge. He was ordained a deacon on 27 September 1931 and a priest on 18 December 1932 (both times by Neville Lovett, Bishop of Portsmouth, at Portsmouth Cathedral), and was a curate at St Mary's Portsea before becoming a chaplain at Shrewsbury School. He served St Wilfrid's Harrogate as chaplain, married Margaret Storey in 1937 — they had two sons and one daughter.

During the Second World War was a chaplain with the RNVR and was then Vicar of St Michael's Aldershot (and later also Rural Dean of Aldershot) before his appointment to the episcopate. He was consecrated and ordained a bishop on 1 February 1955 by Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York, in York Minster, and served as Bishop suffragan of Lancaster (in the Diocese of Blackburn) until his retirement on 1 January 1975. In retirement, he continued to serve that diocese as an honorary assistant bishop.

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