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John Bone (bishop)

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John Bone
MA(Oxon)
Bishop of Reading
Diocese Diocese of Oxford
In office 1989–1996
Predecessor Graham Foley
Successor Dominic Walker
Other posts Honorary assistant bishop in Oxford (1996–present)
Archdeacon of Buckingham (1978–1989)
Orders
Ordination 1956 (deacon); c. 1957 (priest)
Consecration 1989
Personal details
Born (1930-08-28) 28 August 1930 (age 83)
Denomination Anglican
Parents Jack & Herberta
Spouse Ruth Crudgington (m. 1954)
Children 3 sons; 2 daughters
Alma mater St Peter's College, Oxford
Anglicanism portal

John Frank Ewan Bone (born on 28 August 1930)[1] was the Bishop of Reading from 1989 until 1996.[2]

He was educated at Monkton Combe School and St Peter's College, Oxford before embarking on an ecclesiastical career with a curacy at St Gabriel's, Warwick Square.[3] After incumbencies at Datchet and Slough he was appointed Rural Dean of Burnham and then (his final appointment before ordination to the episcopacy) Archdeacon of Buckingham.[4]

References

Church of England titles
Preceded by
Graham Foley
Bishop of Reading
1989–1996
Succeeded by
Dominic Walker


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