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Nash, Rt Rev. James Okeylocked

CR, MA and Hon. DD Oxford; MA, ad eund. University of South Africa

Born 1862; s of Thomas Nash and Amelia Stewart; unmarried; died 7 April 1943

Education

King William’s College, Isle of Man; Hertford College, Oxford (Scholar), 1st Class Mods and 2nd Class Lit. Hum.; Cuddesdon Theological College

Career

Curate St Andrews, Bethnal Green, 1886–89; Resident Pusey House, Oxford, 1889–92; one of original members Community of the Resurrection; Vicar of Radley, 1895–98, Chaplain London Deaconess Institute, 1893–98; Resident Westminster Abbey and Mirfield, 1898–1902; came to South Africa, 1902; Head of C. R. House, Johannesburg; Examining Chaplain Bishop of Pretoria; Headmaster St John’s College, Johannesburg, 1906–17; Coadjutor Bishop of Capetown, 1917–30; Member Lambeth Conference, 1920 and 1930; SA representative, Faith and Order Conference, Lausanne, 1927; and Edinburgh, 1937; resigned, 1930

Publications

The Victory of Faith, 1933; Joint Editor with Charles Gore, William Law’s Defence of Church Principles

Address

House of Resurrection, Mirfield, Yorks