Peter Hollingworth JP
(1925-present)

Aged 95

Peter John Hollingworth AC, OBE (born 10 April 1935) is an Australian retired Anglican bishop. Engaged in social work for several decades, he served as the Archbishop of Brisbane for 11 years from 1989 and was the 1991 Australian of the Year. He served as the 23rd Governor-General of Australia from 2001 until 2003. He is also an author and recipient of various civil and ecclesiastical honours. In 2003 he became only the third governor-general to resign, after criticisms were aired over his conduct as Archbishop of Brisbane in the 1990s.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

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On this site was King Edward VI Grammar School Five Ways From 16-1-1883 to 2-4-1958. This plaque was unveiled by Councillor P. Hollingworth, J.P., Lord Mayor of Birmingham, on 16-1-1983

Five Ways Island, Birmingham, United Kingdom where they unveiled (1983)