Lay Vicars: Pipa Parva

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Name Installation
Date
Leaving
Date
Years
Served
Notes
Shakeshaft, Richard 27.02.2011 current 6 started 01.09.2010
Burrowes, David 04.03.1995 30.04.2010 15
Robertson, Leslie 00.00.1982 00.10.1995 13 appointed 10.09.1982
Cowley, Mark 16.03.1980 31.07.1981 1 appointed ca. 09.11.1979 to start 01.12.1979; in post 07.1980
Aitchison, John started 01.10.1978
Skidmore, Jeffrey 06.03.1975 00.09.1978 3 offered post 23.11.1973; resigned
Outram, David Michael 29.09.1970 22.07.1973 3 resigned
Hill, Richard Anthony 23.09.1967 26.07.1970 3
Giles, Peter Donavon 26.09.1964 ? started 01.08.1964
Appleyard, Hubert 05.11.1932 31.03.1962 30 started as deputy 03.04.1932
Richardson, Enoch 30.01.1893 13.03.1930 37 from Christ Church, Oxford; retired from post 1930
Crane, William Francis 28.03.1863 ? 24.09.1869 ordered to provide a suitable deputy; 06.01.1870 Mr Day provided as deputy; 12.02.1872 returns to duties; in post 07.05.1887. He died in Birmingham General Hospital on 07.08.1893 aged 52 years while suffering from intestinal cancer (information from Julie Bird, a descendant of WFC).
Matthews, James 05.04.1809 28.09.1861 52 died in 83 year
Jager, Robert 11.11.1803 17.03.1809 6 resigned
Saville, John 02.05.1755 02.08.1803 48 died in 67 year. John Saville was a leading light in Lichfield society in the mid to late C18th, and his daughter, Mrs Elizabeth Smith, was herself a celebrated soprano performing in Birmingham and Bath. Saville sang in oratrio performances well beyond Staffordshire, including at a great choral festival in Manchester where he took both the tenor and alto solos in 'Messiah' to much acclaim.

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