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Short Name: G. B. Timms
Full Name: Timms, G. B.
Birth Year: 1910
Death Year: 1997

Full name George Boorne Timms

Wikipedia Biography

George Boorne Timms (October 4, 1910 – November 15, 1997) was the second Archdeacon of Hackney: a post he held from 1971 to 1981. Born on 4 October 1910 and educated at Derby School and St Edmund Hall, Oxford he was ordained after a period of study at the College of the Resurrection, Mirfield in 1936. After curacies at St Mary Magdalen, Coventry and St Bartholomew, Reading he was the Oxford Diocesan Inspector of Schools from 1944 to 1949. He was Sacrist of Southwark Cathedral from 1949 to 1952 then Vicar of St Mary, Primrose Hill until 1965. After this he was Rural Dean of Hampstead and then Vicar of St Andrew, Holborn before his Archdeacon’s appointment.

Tunes by G. B. Timms (8)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
[A reading from the Holy Gospel] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)211111 1111
[Blessing and honor and glory and power] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)212333 34322 3
[Christ has died, Christ is risen] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)255611 2
[Glory to God in the highest] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)211355 565
[Holy, holy, holy Lord] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)235651 765
[Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)223114 32123 42
[Lord, have mercy] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)256545 13542 321
[The Lord be with you] (A New English Folk Mass)G. B. Timms (Composer)212321 22

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