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  • Event: Monthly meeting of the Chapter
  • Person:

    : Bickersteth, Samuel, Canon, d. 1937 (canon librarian of Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Bickersteth, Mrs. (wife of Canon Samuel Bickersteth)

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

    : Brooke, T. L., Revd.

    : Williams, V. H., Mr. (Vicar's Warden, Stone-in-Oxney)

    : Luxmoore, Lord Justice

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

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

    : Reynolds, C. E. , Mr. (tenant of Sun Street 17, Canterbury)

    : Smith, Winifred, Miss (of the Canterbury Weavers and Jewellery Shop)

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

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

    : Coxe, Mrs. (wife of Canon Seymour Coxe)

    : Collingwood, Mr.

    : Willan, W. S., Mr. (architect)

    : Young, J. H. B., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral auditor)

    : Brister, S. S., Mr. (Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission)

    : Babington, Margaret A., Miss, 1878-1958 (Secretary to the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Cleaver, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Sacrist)

    : Staple, R., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Precentor until May 1937 and then rector of Harrietsham)

    : Biggleston, Mr. (electrician)

    : Playfoot, M. L., Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Blore, William Parry, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Librarian)

    : Maple, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Library employee)

    : Smith, Martin Linton, Revd. Dr. (Bishop of Rochester)

    : Thompson, E., Revd. (Vicar of Paddock Wood)

    : Bidwell, Bishop (Vicar of Sellindge)

    : Bradburn, H., Revd. (of Milton Regis)

    : Jenkins Claude, Dr., 1877-1959 (historian; Church of England clergyman; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Christ Church, Oxford)

    : Young, J. H. B., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral auditor)

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

    : Bradfield, H. W., Revd. (Secretary of the Diocesan Board of Finance)

    : Cash, William, Mr. (accountant and Chairman of the Diocesan Board of Finance in 1937)

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

    : Meredith, Mrs. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

    : Firth, H. B., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

    : Coxe, Mrs. (wife of Canon Seymour Coxe)

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

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

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

    : Lewis, F. E., Mr. (Canterbury city electrical engineer)

    : Thackray, S., Mr. (bell-ringer, bedesman, and father of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Meikle, Mrs. (mother of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Meikle, J., Master

    : Spooner, Ruth, Miss (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)

    : Inge, Mrs. (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)

    : Spooner, Henry Maxwell, Mr. (Archdeacon of Maidstone)

    : Tait, Archibald Campbell, Revd., 1811-1882 (Archbishop of Canterbury)

    : Murray, Barbara, Miss

    : Johnson, Mrs. (probably not related to Hewlett Johnson)

    : Harmer, R., Mr. (clerk of works, King's School, Canterbury)

  • Date:

    29.5.1937

    5.6.1937

  • Brief description: Minutes of the May Monthly Meeting of the Chapter, held on Saturday, 29th May 1937, and its continuation on Saturday, June 5th. The following items were discussed - Minutes of the April Monthly Meeting. The late Dr. Bickersteth. Lower Halstow. Stone-in-Oxney. Cathedral Boilers. Precincts 3. Tomb of Henry IV. Choir School Fees. St. John's Audit. King's School Commutation. Sun Street 17. Forrens 3. Tithe payment for collection of arrears. Choir School. Mr. Helmore. King's School Laboratory. Change of financial year. Chapter House - additional window. Undercroft of Library - fireproof ceiling and lighting. Cupboard in south aisle of Choir. Cathedral plate valuation. Bell Harry, floodlighting. Cathedral keys - Mr. Playfoot. Library request for hot plate. Paddock Wood. Sellindge: application for grant. Milton Regis: main drainage. New Church in Canterbury. Land tax, Precincts 15. Supplementary Pension, Dean and Canons. Forrens 3 and other properties. Tomb of Archbishop Courtenay. Precincts 19. Green Court properties. Forrens 3 and Precincts 23. Precincts 6 and Palace Street 29. Precincts 11A and 21. Precincts 18. Appointment of Precentor. Appointment of Sachrist. Brenchley Parsonage key. Postern key. Choir School, day boys. Nave organ. Workmen's outing. S. Thackray. New Statutes and Honorary Canons. J. Meikle. Seasalter. Silver Lamp, Holy Innocents. Property owners' liability insurance. Accounts. Mr. Harmer. Red Ensign. Palace Street 52. French Church.
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-CHAP.2047
  • Theatre: The Deanery
  • Subject keyword:

    Church of England, Livings and Benefices

    Stone-in-Oxney and Appledore (England)--Union of Benefices

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Chapter--St. John's Audit

    Canterbury Cathedral, Properties--Leases and tenancies

    King's School (Canterbury, England), Commutation scheme

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Chapter--Tithes

    King's School (Canterbury, England), Laboratory

    King's School (Canterbury, England), Classrooms

    Canterbury Cathedral Library

    Canterbury Cathedral, Offertory Fund

    Canterbury. Parish of St. Gregory's

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Chapter--Pensions

    Canterbury Cathedral, Sanatorium

    King's School (Canterbury, England)--Walpole Collection of Manuscripts

    Canterbury Cathedral, Properties--Leases and tenancies

    Canterbury Cathedral, Music

    Canterbury Cathedral, Canons Honorary

    Canterbury Cathedral, Statutes--Dissolution of the Dean and Chapter

    Cong d'Elire

    Halford Bequest Fund

    Canterbury Cathedral, Cathedral Chapter--Seasalter Land Sale

    Canterbury French Church

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 2047
  • Event: Monthly meeting of the Chapter
  • Organisation:

    : Parochial Church Council

    : Coal Utilisation Council

    : Church Assembly

    : Queen Anne's Bounty (Q.A.B.)

    : Messrs. Webb and Co.

    : Charity Commissioners

    : Barclay's Bank

    : Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd.

    : Ecclesiastical Commissioners

    : Ecclesiastical Insurance Office

    : Commercial Union Insurance Office

    : Committe of the Diocesan Board of Finance

    : Canterbury Cathedral Diocesan Office

    : Messrs, Bischoff and Coxe (solicitors)

    : Canterbury Cathedral Estates Committee

    : Hammond Organ Company

    : John Compton Organ Company

    : St. Lawrence's College, Ramsgate

    : Messrs. Gerald Eve and Co.

    : Royal Insurance Company

    : Albs and Amices

    : Honorable Company of Master Mariners

    : Messrs. Scouts County Publications Limited

  • Associated people:

    : Bickersteth, Samuel, Canon, d. 1937 (canon librarian of Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Bickersteth, Mrs. (wife of Canon Samuel Bickersteth)

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

    : Brooke, T. L., Revd.

    : Williams, V. H., Mr. (Vicar's Warden, Stone-in-Oxney)

    : Luxmoore, Lord Justice

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

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

    : Reynolds, C. E. , Mr. (tenant of Sun Street 17, Canterbury)

    : Smith, Winifred, Miss (of the Canterbury Weavers and Jewellery Shop)

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

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

    : Coxe, Mrs. (wife of Canon Seymour Coxe)

    : Collingwood, Mr.

    : Willan, W. S., Mr. (architect)

    : Young, J. H. B., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral auditor)

    : Brister, S. S., Mr. (Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission)

    : Babington, Margaret A., Miss, 1878-1958 (Secretary to the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Cleaver, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Sacrist)

    : Staple, R., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Precentor until May 1937 and then rector of Harrietsham)

    : Biggleston, Mr. (electrician)

    : Playfoot, M. L., Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)

    : Blore, William Parry, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Librarian)

    : Maple, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Library employee)

    : Smith, Martin Linton, Revd. Dr. (Bishop of Rochester)

    : Thompson, E., Revd. (Vicar of Paddock Wood)

    : Bidwell, Bishop (Vicar of Sellindge)

    : Bradburn, H., Revd. (of Milton Regis)

    : Jenkins Claude, Dr., 1877-1959 (historian; Church of England clergyman; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Christ Church, Oxford)

    : Young, J. H. B., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral auditor)

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

    : Bradfield, H. W., Revd. (Secretary of the Diocesan Board of Finance)

    : Cash, William, Mr. (accountant and Chairman of the Diocesan Board of Finance in 1937)

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

    : Meredith, Mrs. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

    : Firth, H. B., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

    : Coxe, Mrs. (wife of Canon Seymour Coxe)

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

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

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

    : Lewis, F. E., Mr. (Canterbury city electrical engineer)

    : Thackray, S., Mr. (bell-ringer, bedesman, and father of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Meikle, Mrs. (mother of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)

    : Meikle, J., Master

    : Spooner, Ruth, Miss (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)

    : Inge, Mrs. (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)

    : Spooner, Henry Maxwell, Mr. (Archdeacon of Maidstone)

    : Tait, Archibald Campbell, Revd., 1811-1882 (Archbishop of Canterbury)

    : Murray, Barbara, Miss

    : Johnson, Mrs. (probably not related to Hewlett Johnson)

    : Harmer, R., Mr. (clerk of works, King's School, Canterbury)

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: type script
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/CHAP : 2047
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Physicaldescript bulk: 13 pp.; 2 copies of these minutes
  • Condition: 2
  • Date:

    29.5.1937

    5.6.1937

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

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

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

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

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

    attendee : Crum, John Macleod Campbell, Canon

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

  • Recordcreation person role:

    Dean

    Vice-Dean

    Treasurer

    Archdeacon of Canterbury

    Archdeacon of Maidstone and Receiver

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

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