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Educated at Westminster and The Queen's College, Oxford, Aglionby was ordained in 1911 and began his career with a Curacy at Holy Trinity, South Shields. A Chaplain to the Forces during World War I, when peace returned he was Vicar of Monkwearmouth until 1924 when he became the third Bishop of Accra. He retired to Orpington in 1951; he had become a Doctor of Divinity (DD).
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