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Peter Walker (bishop)

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Peter Knight Walker (6 December 1919 – 28 December 2010) was an Anglican bishop.[1]

Walker was educated at Leeds Grammar School and The Queen's College, Oxford.[2][3] During the Second World War he served in the RNVR and was then a teacher at The King's School, Peterborough and Merchant Taylors' School, Northwood before ordination in 1954. His first ordained ministry position was a curacy at Hemel Hempstead, after which he was fellow, dean and lecturer at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.[4] From 1962 to 1972 he was principal of Westcott House, Cambridge.[5]

In 1972 he was ordained to the episcopate as the Suffragan Bishop of Dorchester.[6] In 1977 he was translated to become the Bishop of Ely, a position he held until his retirement in 1989.[7]

Death

He died in Cambridge on 28 December 2010, aged 91.[8]

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Church of England titles
Preceded by
David Goodwin Loveday
Bishop of Dorchester
1972–1977
Succeeded by
Conrad John Eustace Meyer
Preceded by
Edward James Keymer Roberts
Bishop of Ely
1977–1989
Succeeded by
Stephen Whitefield Sykes

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