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Housden, James Alan George (1904 - )

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Born: 1904  Birmingham, England

James Housden served as Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle from 1958 to 1972.

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James Alan George Housden was born on September 16, 1904 in Birminham England. After immigrating to Australia at a young age, Housden received his secondary schooling at Essendon High School in Victoria, before going on to study Arts at the University of Queensland. After completing his degree with first class honors Housden went on to study theology at St Francis' College in Brisbane. After again getting first class honors and recieving a Licentiate of Theology, Housden served as a Deacon, a Priest, a Chaplain and then as a Vicar all over Australia. Housden eventually became Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle and served from 1958 until 1972.
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