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Ambrose Reeves

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Richard Ambrose Reeves (6 December 1899 – 23 December 1980) was an Anglican bishop and opponent of Apartheid in the 20th century. Education and ordinations Reeves was educated at Great Yarmouth Grammar School, served in the Great War and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge — he read history and moral science, graduated Bachelor of Arts (BA) in 1924 and proceeded Master of Arts (Cambridge) (MA Cantab) in 1943. He then trained for the ministry at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield and the General Theological Seminary, New York and was ordained into the Church of England: deaconed on Trinity Sunday 1926 (30 May) and priested the next Trinity Sunday (12 June 1927) — both times by Arthur Winnington-Ingram, Bishop of London, at St Paul's Cathedral. In 1931, he married Ada van Ryssan; they had four children. Priestly ministry Reeves' title post (curacy) was at St Albans, Golders Green (1926–1931), duri
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