(1883 – 1953) was the second Bishop of Whitby and an Honorary Chaplain to the King. A grandson of the first Lord Addingdon he was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford and ordained in After a Curacy at Skelton-in-Cleveland he served with great distinction in the First World War. When peace came he was successively Rector of Gisborough in Cleveland, Chaplain of Cheltenham College, and finally Vicar of St John’s Middlesbrough. before elevation to the Epi…te in He served throughout the whole of the Second World War and retired in On his death in his Will stated, somewhat unusually, that he wished to dispel any misconception that he had been making a fortune from his ministry in the church: the large sum being the result of legacies from wealthier members of his distinguished family.
Harold Evelyn Hubbard (1883 – 1953) was the second Bishop of Whitby and an Honorary Chaplain to the King. A grandson of the first Lord Addingdon , he was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford and ordained in
Harold Hubbard, 86, Barrett, died Friday, Nov.12, at Prairie Ridge Hospital & Health Services, Elbow Lake. Harold Frank Hubbard was born May 6, 1924, in Cummins Township, Pocahontas County, Iowa, to Lou J and Carrie Adelia (Leander) Hubbard.