James Schuster

Chaplain, Deceased Person

1912 – 2006

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Who was James Schuster?

James Leo Schuster was the long serving 6th Bishop of St John's in what was then known as Kaffraria and is now Mthatha. Educated at Lancing College and Keble College, Oxford, he was ordained in 1937. Assistant Missioner at Rotherhithe until 1938 he was subsequently Chaplain at St Stephen's House, Oxford, and then served in the Second World War as a Chaplain to the Forces. In 1949 he was appointed principal of St Bede’s College, Umtata, before his ordination to the episcopate in 1956. In retirement he was Archdeacon of Riversdale. He died after a long retirement in 2006.

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Born
1912
Profession
Education
  • Keble College, Oxford
Died
2006

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on July 23, 2013

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