BAYLY, Albert Frederick. b. Bexhill, Sussex, 6 September 1901; d. Chichester, 26 July 1984. He was educated at Hastings Grammar School. He trained as a shipwright at the Royal Dockyard School, Portsmouth; but working on warships was contrary to his strong pacifist views, and he offered for the Congregational ministry, having obtained by part-time study an external BA (1924) from London University. He trained at Mansfield College, Oxford (1925-28), and was ordained in 1929. He served at Whitley Bay, Northumberland (1928-38), Morpeth (1938-46), Hollingreave, Burnley (1946-50), Swanland, East Riding of Yorkshire (1950-56), Eccleston, St. Helens, Lancashire (1956-62), and Thaxted, Essex...
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