Alfred Rose

Religious Leader

1884 – 1971

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Who was Alfred Rose?

Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose was the sixth Bishop of Dover in the modern era, from 1935 to 1956

Alfred Carey Wollaston Rose was born in 1884. He was educated at Marlborough, and Worcester College, Oxford.

He began his presbyterate with a curacy at St Mary, Somers Town, in London; after which he served as a Naval Chaplain during World War I.

When peace returned, he became Warden of the Bishop's Hostel, Lincoln; and after this was successively Vicar of Haigh, Greater Manchester, Rural Dean of Brighton and a Chaplain to The King before his ordination to the episcopate.

In retirement he continued to serve the Church as an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Canterbury and as a Sub-Prelate of The Order of St John of Jerusalem.

He died in 1971. His son, Sir Clive Rose was a diplomat who served as Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council.

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Born
1884
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Education
  • Marlborough College
Died
1971

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on July 23, 2013

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