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Dunlop, Ven. Maxwell Tullochlocked

Born 15 Dec. 1898; s of George Alexander Dunlop and Jenny Maine Boyd; m 1933, Stella Louise (d 1961), d of Dr F. O. Lasbrey, Cairo, and Wethersfield, Essex; two s; died 2 Oct. 1964

Archdeacon of Aston, Canon Residentiary of Birmingham Cathedral, and Canon Emeritus of Manchester Cathedral since 1955

Education

Ruthin School; Leeds Gram. Sch.; Hertford College and Ripon Hall, Oxford

Career

Curate: Holy Trinity, Southport, and Alexandria, 1926–30; Lecturer in History, Culham Training Coll., 1930–32; Senior Tutor, Ripon Hall, Oxford, 1932–36; Vicar, West Hendred, Wantage, 1935–38; Director of Social Studies, Mansfield Univ. Settlement, 1936–39; Director, Northumberland and Tyneside Council of Social Service, 1939–48; Director of Religious Education and Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1948–55

Publications

responsible for Reports issued by Northumberland and Tyneside Council of Social Service on Infant Mortality, Legal Aid, Care of Deprived Children, and other social questions on Tyneside. Assistant Editor The Modern Churchman, 1932–1936

Recreations

Music, the theatre; swimming, camping abroad

Address

242 Harborne Park Road, Harborne, Birmingham 17

Harborne 2000