Fabian Jackson

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The Right Reverend Fabian Menteath Elliot Jackson was an Anglican Bishop in the mid 20th century.

Early life and education

Born on 22 November 1902, he was educated at Westminster School and the University of London.[1]

Church career

Ordained in 1927[2] he was successively a Curate at St Augustine’s, Kilburn, Priest in charge at Northolt Park, and Vicar of All Saints, Clifton. His elevation to the Episcopate as Bishop of Trinidad occurred in 1946.[3] He brought with him from England the Reverend Anthony (Tony) Tremlett to serve as his domestic chaplain and chief of staff. Tremlett held the post throughout Jackson's tenure, and remained in office in Trinidad until after Jackson's successor had been appointed. In 1949 Jackson resigned, and returned to England[4] as Rector of Batcombe, Somerset, a post he held until retirement in 1967. He died on 16 July 1978.[5]

References

  1. ^ “Who was Who” 1897-2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 978-0-19-954087-7
  2. ^ Crockford's clerical directory Lambeth, Church House, 1976 ISBN 019200008X
  3. ^ The Times, Tuesday, Aug 20, 1946; pg. 5; Issue 50534; col G Consecration of the Bishop of Trinidad
  4. ^ Resignation Of Bishop Of Trinidad The Times Monday, Oct 10, 1949; pg. 3; Issue 51508; col C
  5. ^ Guild of souls memorial
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Arthur Henry Anstey
Bishop of Trinidad
1946– 1949
Succeeded by
Douglas John Wilson


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