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Obituaries in 2013

The Revd W. A. D. Whyte was born in Carluke, Lanarkshire on 17th October 1927. In 1936, his father became Minister of the Baptist Church in Portobello, Edinburgh. In his early teens Bill (as he was known) professed faith in Christ, was baptised and ...
John Cuthbertson Dye was born on 3rd January 1913 in Sunderland, he was always proud of his roots in the North East. He was to live a full life in the 100 years here on earth. John was to have a number of “lives” as it were. In his early years he ...
David died on the 26 January 2013 at the age of 89. He was born in 1923 in Kikiku Kenya where his parents were medical missionaries, his father a doctor and his mother a secretary. They returned to Southport in 1925 when his Dad took up a practice in ...
Ralph Martin was born in Liverpool on 4 August 1925. He came to faith in Christ at Anfield Methodist Church, Liverpool. Early in his life he felt called to the ministry but with the onset of World War II he was called to serve the war effort as a ...
There is arguably no more important figure in the life of Castle Hill Baptist Church, Warwick, in the last 40 years than Eric Ives, who died on 25 September 2012. Eric joined the church in June 1969 and, since then, served it tirelessly as a deacon ...
Philip was born to Walter and Lily Withers in July 1929 in Wandsworth SW London. Not too long after he was joined by brother John and later sister Betty. The family moved to Worthing in 1936. They were involved in the local Baptist church ...
Christian explorer who inspired young people to serve the poor has died, aged 77. Michael Cole adopted the words of the Victorian missionary explorer David Livingstone, ‘Sympathy is no substitute for action’, as his own personal motto. In 1974 the ...
Graham died peacefully on 18 January 2013. He had been pastor of Colwell Baptist Church, Isle of Wight, from 1984 to 1990. Graham was a civil engineer by profession. In 1960 he moved (with a young family) to northern Nigeria to serve with Sudan ...
Glyn was born into a Baptist family in a Welsh village, Goytre. His father was the Church Secretary, and it was in this community that the foundations of his faith were laid. The family moved Griffithstown, Pontypool as Glyn came up to secondary ...
Ted Stephens as he was usually known was born on 24 March, 1922 at Caergorlan, Abercarn, Monmouthshire, He was sent to an Anglican Sunday School but a neighbour suggested that he should go instead to the Sunday School at Caergorlan Baptist ...
Though in their eighties, their undimmed passion was to introduce people to Jesus and train leaders. Sadly, they were taken home together after a tragic motoring accident on May 23.
Peter Hicks had a rare gift of bridging the academic and church worlds and never lost sight of the purpose of it all being to glorify Christ
Alice Rowsell was a very sociable person, engaging in church activities and accompanying Dick on pastoral visits.
A much loved member of Carleton Road Baptist Church for 78 years
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