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  • Event: Monthly meeting of the Chapter
  • Person:

    : Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1864-1945

    : Barker, Herbert Graham, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter agent until 1940)

    : Secretary of the Central Board of Finance, Church Assembly

    : Ferguson, Margaret, Mrs., d.1952

    : Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor, at Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Rector of Hothfield

    : Thompson, Gerald A., Canon, d.1939 (vicar of St. Gregory-the-Great)

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

    : Tristram, Ernest William, Professor, 1882-1952 (English medievalist art historian)

    : Luxmoore, Lord Justice

    : Trevelyan, Charles Philips, Sir, 1870-1958 (younger brother of the Historian George Macaulay Trevelyan)

    : Cotton, Charles, Dr., d.1939 (Canterbury Cathedral deputy librarian)

    : Pembrook, J. G., Mr. (solicitor; Clerk to the Governing Body of the King's School)

    : Blundell, J. H. K., Mr.

    : Johnson, A., Mr. (not a relative of Hewlett Johnson)

    : Wraight, Mrs. (Tudor Hairdressing Saloon, Herne)

    : Batts, Richard, Master (son of Mrs. Wraight, pupil at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Harvey, William T., Mr. (assistant organist, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Cheshire, C. E., Mr. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)

    : Lee, Mrs. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)

    : Bradley, W., Mr. (retired headmaster)

    : Kerr, (John Martin) Munro, Professor, 1868-1960 (obstetrician; Medical Superintendent of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital during World War II)

    : Middleton, George, Sir (Ecclesiastical Commissioner)

    : Plender, William, Baron Plender, 1861-1946 (accountant)

    : Helmore, Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Browning, George, Mr. (builder)

    : Knight, Gerald H., Dr., 1908-79 (organist of Canterbury Cathedral from 1937-1952)

    : Charles, J. H. A., Revd. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral; headmaster of Cathedral Choir School; Precentor)

  • Date:

    24.4.1937

    26.4.1937

  • Brief description: Minutes of the April Monthly Meeting of the Chapter, held on Saturday, 24th April 1937, and its continuation on Monday, April 26th. The following items were discussed - Minutes of the March Monthly Meeting. Coronation Service. Livings - Stone-in-Oxney, Lower Halstow. Pillar in Crypt. Stand for Archiescopal Cross. Cathedral boilers; fuel oil. Cleaning of the font. Sacrist's requisition forms, and music account. Oak benches. Undercroft of Library. Undercroft of Dormitory - north end. Almonry Gateway. Shields on the roof of the Chapel of Edward the Confessor. Tomb of Archbishop Courtenay. Precincts 3. Tomb of Henry IV - removal of railings. Great Cloister. Wax Chamber. Choristers Blundell and Johnson. Choir School fees. Instrumental music tuition fees. Burgate 20 - Messrs. Carver and Staniforth. Sun Street 20A - top flat. Postern key. St. John's Audit. King's School - commutation. Mr. Helmore and extension of classrooms. Confirmation of contract for new classrooms. Choir School.
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-CHAP.2043
  • Theatre: The Deanery
  • Subject keyword:

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cloisters

    Halford Bequest Fund

    Canterbury Cathedral, Properties--Leases and tenancies

    Canterbury Cathedral, Statutes

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Chapter--Finances and Investments

    King's School (Canterbury, England), Classrooms

    Canterbury Cathedral, Wax Chamber

    Canterbury Cathedral, Friends

    Canterbury Cathedral, Choir School

    Canterbury Cathedral, Music

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 2043
  • Event: Monthly meeting of the Chapter
  • Organisation:

    : Ecclesiastical Commission

    : Shell-Mex and B.P. Ltd.

    : Canterbury Cathedral. Friends

    : Cathedral Players

    : Messrs. Chubb

    : King's School (Canterbury, England)

    : Messrs. Carver and Staniforth

    : Board of Education

  • Associated people:

    : Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1864-1945

    : Barker, Herbert Graham, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter agent until 1940)

    : Secretary of the Central Board of Finance, Church Assembly

    : Ferguson, Margaret, Mrs., d.1952

    : Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor, at Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Rector of Hothfield

    : Thompson, Gerald A., Canon, d.1939 (vicar of St. Gregory-the-Great)

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

    : Tristram, Ernest William, Professor, 1882-1952 (English medievalist art historian)

    : Luxmoore, Lord Justice

    : Trevelyan, Charles Philips, Sir, 1870-1958 (younger brother of the Historian George Macaulay Trevelyan)

    : Cotton, Charles, Dr., d.1939 (Canterbury Cathedral deputy librarian)

    : Pembrook, J. G., Mr. (solicitor; Clerk to the Governing Body of the King's School)

    : Blundell, J. H. K., Mr.

    : Johnson, A., Mr. (not a relative of Hewlett Johnson)

    : Wraight, Mrs. (Tudor Hairdressing Saloon, Herne)

    : Batts, Richard, Master (son of Mrs. Wraight, pupil at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Harvey, William T., Mr. (assistant organist, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Cheshire, C. E., Mr. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)

    : Lee, Mrs. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)

    : Bradley, W., Mr. (retired headmaster)

    : Kerr, (John Martin) Munro, Professor, 1868-1960 (obstetrician; Medical Superintendent of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital during World War II)

    : Middleton, George, Sir (Ecclesiastical Commissioner)

    : Plender, William, Baron Plender, 1861-1946 (accountant)

    : Helmore, Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Browning, George, Mr. (builder)

    : Knight, Gerald H., Dr., 1908-79 (organist of Canterbury Cathedral from 1937-1952)

    : Charles, J. H. A., Revd. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral; headmaster of Cathedral Choir School; Precentor)

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: type script
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/CHAP : 2043
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Physicaldescript bulk: 8 pp.
  • Condition: 2
  • Date:

    24.4.1937

    26.4.1937

  • Organisation: Dean and Chapter, Canterbury Cathedral
  • Person:

    attendee : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    attendee : Hardcastle, Edward Hoare, Revd. (Archdeacon)

    attendee : Gardiner, Thory G., Canon, d. 1941

    attendee : Crum, John Macleod Campbell, Canon

    attendee : Sopwith, Thomas Karl, Archdeacon, d. 1945.

    attendee : Shirley, Frederick Joseph John, Revd., 1890-1967 (Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, Headmaster of King's School Canterbury)

  • Recordcreation person note: not present at continuation meeting
  • Recordcreation person role:

    Dean

    Archdeacon of Canterbury and Vice-Dean

    Treasurer

    Archdeacon of Maidstone and Receiver

  • Theatre: The Deanery
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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