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Born on 5 February 1900, and educated at Highgate and Peterhouse,he was ordained in 1927. Following a curacy at St John’s, Waterloo Road he worked at the South African Church Railway Mission and was then a Toc H padre. After a spell as rector of Springs, Transvaal he was vicar of Leominster then Tait Missioner for the Diocese of Canterbury. In 1955 he was appointed dean of Cape Town and three years later bishop of Zululand, a post he held to his death on 22 October 1966.
|Anglican Church of Southern Africa titles|
| Dean of Cape Town |
1955 – 1958
Eric Joseph Trapp
| Bishop of Zululand |
1958 – 1966
Alphaeus Hamilton Zulu
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