Plaque

Reverend Nicholas Richards

Inscription

The Reverend Nicholas Richards, 1942 - 2006, "Father Nick", rector of St Mary's Rotherhithe 1977 - 2006. 
London Borough of Southwark - Voted by the people

Site: Reverend Nicholas Richards (1 memorial)

SE16, St Marychurch Street, 72

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Reverend Nicholas Richards

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Reverend Nicholas Richards

Priest. Ordained as a deacon in 1966 and as a priest in 1967. He served in cu...

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Southwark Council

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