Douglas Montague Heath

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Rev Douglas Montague Heath (1881-1961)



Educated St Edmund Hall, Oxford (BA 1902, MA 1906).
1903 Ely Theological College, followed by series of positions within the church:
1904-1906 Hanbury.
1907 Luton.
1907-1910 Sproxton.
1911 census described as 'member of the community of the resurrection' in the House of the Resurrection at Dewsbury, Yorkshire.
1912-1917 Swaffham.
1918-1919 Sarisbury, near Southampton.
1919-1929 Bush End (instituted Vicar 16th May 1919, a post formerly held by his father).
1929-1932 Ascot.
1932 - ? Little Compton.
1944 (approx.) married Edith Bagnall.

See entry in Biographies of Interesting People.

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VC1, VC2, VC3, VC4
VC5, VC6, VC7, VC9, VC33, VC34, VC35, VC36, VC37, VC41, VC42, VC43
VC40, VC47, VC48, VC49, VC50, VC52
VC8, VC10, VC11, VC12, VC13, VC14, VC15, VC16, VC17, VC18, VC19, VC20, VC21, VC22, VC23, VC24, VC25, VC26, VC27, VC28, VC29, VC30, VC31, VC32, VC38, VC39, VC53, VC55, VC56, VC57
VC60, VC61, VC62, VC63, VC64, VC65, VC66, VC69, VC70
VC68, VC72, VC80, VC82, VC83, VC85
VC86, VC87, VC88, VC89, VC97, VC98, VC103
VC90, VC92, VC93, VC95, VC105, VC106, VC107, VC108, VC109

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