Ernest Newman (priest)
Ernest Frederick Newman (2 March 1859 - 28 April 1928) was Archdeacon of Plymouth from 1921 to 1928.
He was educated at Marlborough and Keble College, Oxford  and ordained in 1885. After a curacy at Reading Minster he became a Chaplain to the Forces serving at the Tower of London and in Bengal, Caterham, South Africa (where he was Mentioned in despatches)  and Portsmouth until his Archdeacon’s appointment.
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