Dom Mark Millner
Dorn Mark Milkier. monk of Prinknagh, died in his Slat year at Prinknash Abbey, Gloucester, last week (Wednesdas) Arthur Tennison was born at Bexley 141)1. and was educated at Tonbridgc and Clare College, Cambridge. Before serving in Dispatches in World War I he had become a Chartered Accountant. and for four years after the war he was Assistant Bursar at Haileybury until bin appointnwnt as
Bursar at Stowe. In 1923 he entered Pershore"Naahdom where he took the name Mark and remained for ten years. Within three months of leaving he was reccised into the church at the English Martyra. Streetharn. and had made his first Winmunion at Downside. Three months later he became a postulant at Prinknash. Ste was Guestmaster for four years until 1941 when, shortly after his ordination. he was appointed Dean, Bursar. and Secretary to the P.K.E.12, During World War II he was extremely active as an A.R.P. warden, but age and health °Misted hint to resign both Deanery and Bursary in 1953. Tie Icols ott the secretarial duties of Use Prinknash Kalandar of Everlasting Remembrance. This made him known to many, and will remain perhaps his chief memorial, Ile continued the Kalandwr until just a tew days before his death. having enlarged it from under 2.1)00 to over 16.000 names.
Fr. Francis Martin, C.S.Sp.
Fr. Francis Martin, C.S.Sp.„ S.T.L., Superior of the Scottish House of the Holy Ghost Fathers at Uddingston. Glasgow. died auddenly on Tuesday this week at the age of 52. Born in Dundee, Fr. Martin studied at the Holy Ghost Fathers Juniorate at Grange.over-Sands. and was ordained in Rome in 1936. He was a Professor at the Junioratc. Grange, and later at the Senior Eholasticate. Sizergh Castle and Upton Han, Notts. He was appointed Director
of the Holy Ghost Fathers International
Schnol in Rotate In 1942 and In 1960 became
Superior at Uddinraion.
Fr. J. A. Fawcett, C.J.
Fr, James Anselm Fawcett. C.J.. formerly bursar at St. GeorgeS College. Wcybridge. Surrey, died on November 18 in his 74th year. He had had to retire from active duties through 111 health some eight scars ago. An old boy of St. George's College, he wasordained priest in me and WS', President of the college from 1930 to 1033.
Provost Hugh Parker Provost Hugh Parker. a retired priest of the Northampton diocese, died in Felixstowe on Sunday, aged 82. Born at Birkenhead and educated at St, Francis Xavier's College. Liverpool, and Ushaw College, he was ordained in 7905. Ife served as assistant priest at Wellinaborough. Kinling. and Norwich, before being appointed parish priest at Ectixtowe in Pall, He was made a Canon of Northampton in 1936. In 1942 be was made parish priest at Norwich. and in 1951 was appointed to Goriesion as parish priest. 14e was made a Provost ot the Northants diocese in 1956.
Mgr. Canon Wm. Wood Mgr. Canon William John Wcsod, parish Priest Of Our Lady's, St. John's Wood. North•Wmt London, died at his presbytery on Monday. He was in hitt 80th year. Educated at St, Edmund's College. Ware, be as ordained priest in 1920 and served at Westminster Cathedral until 1925. He subsequently served at Maiden Lane (London) and Feltham. He was appointed Chief Inspector of &Meals for the Westminster Archdiocese in 1915, and was also vice-chairman of the Diocesan Schools Association. He was a Domestic Prelate to the Holy Varner.