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Gordon Tindall

Gordon Leslie Tindall
Bishop of Grahamstown
Church Anglican
Diocese Grahamstown
In office 1964-1969
Predecessor Robert Selby Taylor
Successor Bill Bendyshe Burnett
Orders
Ordination 1936
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Born 1910
Died 24 June 1969
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The Rt Rev Gordon Leslie Tindall was the eighth Bishop of Grahamstown.[1] He was born in 1910 and educated at Hatfield College, Durham.[2] Ordained in 1936,[3] his first post was a curacy in Swinton. He then emigrated to Africa to become a missionary priest. From 1939 he was Rector of Vryburg, then Director of the South Bechuanaland Mission. Later he was Archdeacon of King William's Town, then Director of religious education in Grahamstown before his elevation to the Episcopate. He died on 24 June 1969.[4]

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Anglican Church of Southern Africa titles
Preceded by
Robert Selby Taylor
Bishop of Grahamstown
1964 – 1969
Succeeded by
Bill Bendyshe Burnett


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