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Anglicanism portal The Very Reverend Alan Brunskill Webster[1], KCVO was an Anglican Dean[2] from 1970 [3] until 1987. Born on 1 July 1918[4], his father, the Reverend John Webster, was the vicar of St Margaret's Church, in Wrenbury, Cheshire, where he lived until 1935.[5] He was educated at Shrewsbury and The Queen's College, Oxford[6]. He was ordained in 1942[7] and began his career with curacies in Attercliffe and Arbourthorne. After this he was Chaplain and Vice Principal of Westcott House. Next he was Vicar of Barnard Castle then Warden of Lincoln Theological College. In 1970 he was appointed Dean of Norwich and in 1978 of St Paul's. An eminent author[8], he died on 3 September 2007[9]. Church of England titles Preceded by Norman Hook Dean of Norwich 1970– 1978 Succeeded by David Lawrence Edwards Preceded by Martin Gloster Sullivan Dean of St Paul's 1978 – 1987 Succeeded by Thomas Eric Evans Notes ^ NPG details ^ Church Times ^ ”The Deans”, Beeson,T.R: London, SCM, 2004 ISBN 0334029872 ^ “Who was Who” 1897-2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 9780199540877 ^ Local History Group, Latham FA (ed.). Wrenbury and Marbury, p. 67 (The Local History Group; 1999) (ISBN 0 9522284 5 9) ^ University News Scholarships The Times Monday, Dec 21, 1936; pg. 19; Issue 47563; col A ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory Lambeth, Church House, 1976 ISBN 0108153674 ^ Amongst others he wrote “Joshua Watson”, 1954; “Broken Bones May Joy”, 1968; “Julian of Norwich”, 1974;and “Reaching for Reality”, 2002; > British Library web site accessed 19:18 GMT Monday 6th July, 2009 ^ Independent Obituary v • d • e Deans of Norwich in the modern era Edward Meyrick Goulburn • William Lefroy • Henry Russell Wakefield • Henry Charles Beeching • John Wakefield Willink • Daniel Herbert Somerset Cranage • Herbert St Barbe Holland • Norman Hook • Alan Brunskill Webster • David Lawrence Webster • Paul Burbridge • Stephen Platten • Graham Smith v • d • e Deans of St Paul's 13th century William de Sanctae Mariae ecclesia • Richard Talbot • John Chishull • Thomas Ingoldsthorpe • 14th century Ralph de Baldoc • Arnald Frangerius de Cantilupo • John de Sandale • Vitalis de Testa • Richard de Newport • Roger de Northburgh • John de Everdon • Gilbert de Bruera • Richard de Kilvington • Thomas de Trillek • Walter de Alderbury • John de Appleby • Thomas de Eure • 15th century Thomas Stowe • Thomas More • Reginald Kentwood • Thomas Lisieux • Laurence Booth • William Say • Roger Radclyffe • Thomas Wynterbourne • William Worsley • 16th century Robert Sherborne • John Colet • Richard Pace • Richard Sampson • John Incent • William May (1st appointment) • John Feckenham • Henry Cole • William May (2nd appointment) • 17th century Alexander Nowell • John Overall • Valentine Carey • John Donne • Thomas Winniffe • Richard Steward • Matthew Nicholas • John Barwick • William Sancroft • Edward Stillingfleet • John Tillotson • 18th century William Sherlock • Henry Godolphin • Francis Hare • Joseph Butler • Thomas Secker • John Hume • Frederick Cornwallis • Thomas Newton • Thomas Thurlow • 19th century George Pretyman Tomline • William van Mildert • Charles Richard Sumner • Edward Copleston • Henry Longueville Mansel • Richard William Church • 20th century Robert Gregory • William Ralph Inge • Walter Robert Matthews • Martin Gloster Sullivan • Alan Brunskill Webster • Thomas Eric Evans  • John Moses • 21st century Graeme Paul Knowles • This article about a member of the Christian clergy is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e