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Revd Dr Lionel Ralph Wickham Obituary
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18 December 2018

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January 26, 2018
Lionel was my Ph.D. supervisor in the late 1990s and retired at the same time I graduated. I was his last student, and he kindly read and critiqued my writing throughout his entire retirement. He was a man of immense erudition and great warmth. He took an interest in my family and responded to our Christmas letters every year. Indeed, I learned of his passing because I got suspicious when he didn't respond to our letter in December 2017. My next book (going to the publisher in a week's time) is already dedicated to Lionel, and with sadness I'll rephrase the dedication in light of his passing. I shall miss him greatly.
January 5, 2018
Lionel Wickham was my thesis supervisor, in whom I was certainly blessed. He was a happy and serene man, who was able to pass on that demeanour to his children and associates. The best and most civilised of companions. Christopher Shell.