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David Farmbrough

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David Farmbrough
MA(Oxon)
Bishop of Bedford
Diocese Diocese of St Albans
In office 1981–1993
Predecessor Andrew Graham
Successor John Richardson
Other posts Honorary assistant bishop in St Albans (1994–present)
Archdeacon of St Albans (1974–1981)
Orders
Ordination 1953 (deacon); 1954 (priest)
Consecration 1981
Personal details
Born (1929-05-04)May 4, 1929
Died 9 March 2013(2013-03-09) (aged 83)
Bromham, Bedfordshire
Denomination Anglican
Parents Charles & Ida
Spouse Angela Hill (m. 1955)
Children 1 son; 3 daughters
Profession Writer
Alma mater Lincoln College, Oxford

David John Farmbrough (4 May 1929 – 9 March 2013)[1] was Bishop of Bedford from 1981 to 1993.[2]

Farmbrough was educated at Bedford School and Lincoln College, Oxford before embarking on an ecclesiastical career with a curacy at Bishop's Hatfield, after which he was priest in charge of St John’s Church in the same parish.[3]

Following this he was Vicar of Bishop's Stortford. Later he became Rural Dean of the area and then (his final appointment before ordination to the episcopate[4]) Archdeacon of St Albans (1974–1981). In retirement he served the Diocese of St Albans as an assistant bishop.

References

Anglicanism portal
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Andrew Graham
Bishop of Bedford
1981–1993
Succeeded by
John Richardson

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