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Michael Gear (bishop)

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Michael Gear

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Bishop of Doncaster
DioceseDiocese of Sheffield
In office1993–1999
PredecessorWilliam Persson
SuccessorCyril Ashton
Other post(s)Honorary assistant bishop in Canterbury (2000–2018) and in Rochester (1999–2018)
Ordination1961 (deacon); c. 1962 (priest)
Personal details
Born(1934-11-27)27 November 1934
Died26 January 2018(2018-01-26) (aged 83)
ParentsFrederick & Lillian
SpouseDaphne Earl (m. 1961)
Children2 daughters
Alma materSt John's College, Durham

Michael Frederick Gear (27 November 1934 – 26 January 2018) was Suffragan Bishop of Doncaster.[1]

Gear was educated at St John's College, Durham.[2] Ordained in 1961,[3] he began his career with a curacy at Christ Church, Bexleyheath[4] was then Vicar of St Andrew, Clubmore, Liverpool; Rector of Avondale, Harare; Rural Dean of Macclesfield; and finally, before his elevation to the episcopate, Archdeacon of Chester. Since retiring to Maidstone Bishop Michael continued to serve the church as an assistant bishop within Canterbury diocese and a trustee of a charity for Zimbabwean street children.[5]

He died on 26 January 2018 at the age of 83.[6]

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  1. ^ Crockfords, (London, Church House 1995) ISBN 0-7151-8088-6
  2. ^ ‘GEAR, Rt Rev. Michael Frederick’, Who's Who 2012, A & C Black, 2012; online edition, Oxford University Press, December 2011 [1], accessed 9 July 2012
  3. ^ National Archives-Gear's Curate's Licence
  4. ^ Details of Parish
  5. ^ Charity details
  6. ^ Obituary: The Rt Revd Michael Gear
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Preceded by Bishop of Doncaster
Succeeded by

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