Borough, who died last week. was one of the pioneers in the formation of the Irish Centre soon to be established in London and was the first chairman of the Priests' Committee, established after the war to promote the venture.
Born at Herbertstown, Co. Limerick, in 1905, Fr. Carey left Ireland Ut 1110 oge or 1 2 nrori wns educated SI St. Manes college, some-Isere He was ordained in 1930 and this year would have celebrated hie silver jubilee with Canon Bogan, Admini_ strator of St. George s Cathedral. Southwark.
He served as assistant priest at Clapham Common. The Borough, Deptford and Sydesthare before his return to The Borough as Rector in 1939.
He was a trustee of the Borough Hop Market.