Barham-Gould attended Ridley Hall, Cambridge and was ordained in 1928. He served his curacy at All Souls’ Langham Place and then ministered at St Mary’s Reigate and Holy Trinity, Brompton, London before becoming vicar of St Paul’s Onslow Square, London in 1936, a position he held until his death. He also ministered in several overseas chaplaincies during and after World War 2.
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