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Falkner Allison


Falkner Allison

Sherard Falkner Allison (1907–1993) was an English bishop.


He was Bishop of Chelmsford from 1951, and Bishop of Winchester in 1961, retiring in 1974.[1]


  • The Christian Life (1938) with Douglas Ernest William Harrison


Church of England titles
Preceded by
Henry Wilson
Bishop of Chelmsford
Succeeded by
John Tiarks
Preceded by
Alwyn Williams
Bishop of Winchester
Succeeded by
John Taylor
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