Charles Edward Curzon was born in 1878 and educated at Lancaster Royal Grammar School and Christ's College, Cambridge. He embarked on an ecclesiastical career with a Curacy at West Kensington. Incumbencies at Sheffield St Oswald’s and Goole followed before elevation to the Suffragan Bishopric of Bishop of Stepney in 1928, a post he held until promotion to the Exeter See in 1936. He died in 1954.
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