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OBITUARY

Canon Walmsley Carter

East Anglia mourns the loss of an apostolic and greatly-loved priest, Canon Thomas Walmsley Carter, of Sheringham, who died on the 19th inst. in his seventysecond year. For a long period he had been in declining health: in recent years the state of his eyesight was an anxiety; but with indomitable courage the late Canon kept at his tasks as long as his strength permitted, Among those tasks Was one which he accepted a few years since, in the work of promoting organised devotion to Our Lady of Walsinghatn.

Canon Carter was the son of an architect, the late Mr. Thomas Walmsley Carter, of Liverpool, and he himself had cone siderable architectural knowledge. After education at Oscott College, he was ordained in 1902 and became the first resident priest at Cromer. From there he founded, a few years later, a mission at Sheringham, and for a long time attended, singlehanded, to the two places. At Sheringham he built the church of St. Joseph, a building completed and consecrated in 1910, and in that town, after relinquishing charge at Cromer, he settled, as rector, for the remainder of his life. in 1928 he was made a member of the Northampton Cathedral Chapter.

In many parts of England. Canon Carter was a welcome visitor on the occasion of Catholic conferences and other functions. He showed constant interest in various aspects of the Forward Movement; his sympathies were with every approved undertaking in the cause of religious progress. In the little Norfolk town, where so many of his years were passed, he won the esteem, the affection even, of the population generally, and there was nothing unusual in the spectacle of non-Catholics making their way to St. Joseph's for their Sunday devotions.

The Requiem Mass, followed by the interment, was celebrated at Sheringharn yesterday, Thursday,




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