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Henry William Topp (1876–1939)

The death occurred at Kyneton on Tuesday night of the Rev. Henry William Topp, aged 63 years, a retired Church of England clergyman. Mr. Topp, who had been in ill-health for many years, resigned from the ministry in 1930. He was associated with the diocese of Bendigo at Raywood, Kangaroo Flat, Elmore, Eaglehawk, Tatura, and Echuca, and was rural dean of the North-East deanery in 1922. While he was stationed at Port Melbourne he twice held the position of assistant chaplain to the Mission to Seamen. He also held charges at Belmont and at Dingley, where he retired. Mr. Topp is survived by a widow, one son, and two daughters.

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'Topp, Henry William (1876–1939)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 31 May 2024.

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6 June, 1939 (aged ~ 63)
Kyneton, Victoria, Australia

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