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Fr George Lindsay

Shortly after the death of Fr Locke the Bishop’s Stortford community sustained a second loss with the death of Fr George Lindsay. He fell victim to a coronary thrombosis and it soon became apparent to the doctors that the damage to his heart was too severe to hope for recovery.

Fr. Lindsay’s early life was spent in St Benet’s Sunderland. He was professed in 1925 and ordained in 1930. He taught for a time both in the Juvenate and the house of studies (Hawkstone) and assisted also in the formation of novices. The latter part of his life was spent mainly in parish work at Erdington and Sunderland, before coming to Bishop's Stortford seven years ago. He was the brother of the late Fr John Lindsay. He was a good priest, and would want no better epitaph.

(Obituary based on that published in CSsR News)