Saturday, 2 July 2016
Theresa May and parents.
Theresa May was born Theresa Mary Brasier on 1 October 1956 in Eastbourne, in Sussex.
Theresa May‘s parents married on 16 June 1955.
Theresa May’s father, Hubert Brasier, was then aged 37.
Hubert was an Anglican vicar, his address being the Chaplain’s House, All Saints Hospital,Eastbourne.
“Back in the 1950’s, I remember … Dr Bodkin ADAMS, whom my late mother knew from All Saints hospital, who was a mass killer of patients…”
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Canon Gordon Rideout was the vicar of All Saints Church in Eastbourne for 25 years.
Clergyman Canon Gordon Rideout was chaplain at Moira House School, Eastbourne, until 2003, and chairman of governors at Bishop Bell C of E School in Eastbourne until November 2011.
Clergyman Canon Gordon Rideout was a serial sex offender who preyed on young children across the south of England.
In 2013, Rideout, 74, was jailed for 10 years at Lewes Crown Court after being convicted of two attempted rapes and 34 indecent assaults on 16 boys and girls
In the 1970s Canon Gordon Rideout was taken to a military court on child sex-abuse charges.
At that time Rideout was chaplain on a military base.
In 2013, Rev Robert Coles, of Eastbourne, was jailed for eight years for sex offences against young boys.
Rev Roy Cotton, who abused at least ten boys from Eastbourne, had a conviction for assaulting a choirboy when he was ordained in 1966.
Dr Adams was reportedly part of a large ring of top gay men.
The ‘magistrate’ was Sir Roland Gwynne, Mayor of Eastbourne from 1929 to 1931 and brother of Rupert Gwynne, MP for Eastbourne from 1910 to 1924.
The ‘police officer’ was the Deputy Chief Constable of Eastbourne, Alexander Seekings.