WM minister, born in Kensington and educated at Latymer's Upper School. He read Maths at Queen's College, Cambridge and from 1915 to 1920 served in the Army Education Service. From 1920 to 1925 he was assistant tutor at Richmond College, then from 1925 to 1929, taught at the East Anglian (later Culford) School. In 1929 he became headmaster of Elmfield College, York. In 1933, he resigned from the ministry and joined HM Inspectorate. A disciple of the modernist Bishop Barnes, he listed his interests in 1933 as education, philosophy and scouting and among his publications were Relativity and Religion and Is Christ Final?. He died in 1992. leaving £10,000 to LPMAA.