Paul Morgan is Dead : Death, Obituary, Cause of Death, Memorial, Funeral
360NG totally feeling remorsed to announce the death of a loved one ‘Paul Morgan ‘.
‘Paul Morgan ‘ has Passed Away.
Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Paul Morgan .
About Paul Morgan
The death of Paul Morgan was made known to us and confirmed via social media.
William Mark Ormrod,, (1 November 1957–2 August 2020), known professionally as Mark Ormrod, was an English historian of the English later Middle Ages. Born in South Wales, he studied at London University and then earned his Doctor of Philosophy at Oxford. He was employed at a number of institutions, eventually settling at the University of York where he became Dean of the History Faculty and director of the Centre for Medieval Studies. He researched and published widely, including nine books and over 80 book chapters. Ormrod retired in 2017 and died of cancer in 2020.
Paul Morgan Cause of Death
How Paul Morgan died (Cause of death)
He died following a long battle with bowel cancer aged 62; the proofs for his final monograph, Winner and Waster, were delivered to his publisher 10 days previously.
Paul Morgan Memorial/Funeral
Location of Memorial has not been disclosed yet, we will update you once information has been revealed..
Paul Morgan Tributes
What People Say about Paul Morgan !!!
Such bitter hours! Hard on the heels of the loss of Mark Ormrod comes the sad news of the passing of Paul Seaver, who was indeed a generous and kind man in addition to being a fine scholar. We remember them with gratitude and praise. https://t.co/4hV0rc4C4T
— Susan Wabuda (@SusanWabuda) August 4, 2020
We are sorry to announce the death of Mark Ormrod, a much loved teacher and colleague who was the first Dean of our Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Read more about Mark’s life: https://t.co/WyPq2ZPrtA @YorkHistoryDept
— University of York (@UniOfYork) August 3, 2020
I’m very sad to hear of Mark Ormrod’s passing. I never got to meet him, but his work left a big impression on me, and it will no doubt continue to inform and shape the ideas of academics and students long into the future. https://t.co/HsBsUhKIVy
— Dr Mark Truesdale (@Mark_Truesdale) August 4, 2020
Very sad to hear of Prof Mark Ormrod’s death. @mark_ormrod @yorkmedieval His commitment to sharing new perspectives on Medieval History was inspirational & he was a joy to work with on Medieval Immigrants @EngImm13301550. He leaves a huge legacy for us all https://t.co/s3VC1G42jb
— Andrew Payne (@The_History_Man) August 4, 2020
We’re very saddened to hear of the death of Prof. Mark Ormrod, former Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities @UniOfYork, eminent historian of the later Middle Ages & friend to several colleagues at the History.
Mark’s obituary: https://t.co/yuaNBl23HX
— HistoryofParliament (@HistParl) August 4, 2020