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References in periodicals archive
Palmer, given the title of Honorary Chaplain to the Queen
in 2008 and retired from the post a year later, carried out the attacks between 1975 and 1976 when he was in his late 20s.
Palmer was made honorary chaplain to the Queen
in 2008 but retired from the post a year later.
He became an Honorary Chaplain to the Queen
, one of 34 holders of the post, which is awarded for distinguished service.
A FORMER vicar of both Spittal and Tweedmouth in Berwick, who was previously an Honorary Chaplain to the Queen
, has died.