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WRENBIRY. CHURCHYARD EXTENSION CONSECRATION BY THE BISHOP.—The Lord Bishop of Chester con- secrated an additional piece of land to the old churchyard on Wednesday afternoon, which has been given by Mr. A. Starkey, J.P., of Wren- bury Hall. The extension is about a quarter of an acre, and has been fenced, and laid out at a cost of about JE60. The Bishop was received at the church by the Vicar (the Rev. T. W. Norwood), and several of the clergy from adjoining parishes were in attendance, including the Rev. Canon Webb, who carried the Bishop's pastoral staff in the procession, headed by the churchwardens, sidesmen, and choir. The Bishop preached from Psalm xiv., 9—11, and the offertory in aid of the expenses amounted to z623 5s. 9d. Among those present were the Rev. J. Harris, vicar of Wrenbury; the Rev. Llewellyn Vawdrey, Tushingham; the Rev. J. S. Hirst, Baddiley Mr. A. Starkey and Mrs. Aldis, Wrenbury Hall; Dr. Thomson, Colonel Lee, Messrs. Charles Dain and James Thomasson (churchwardens), the Hon. Miss Cotton, Dr. Welch, &c.

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