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  • Event: Special Meeting of the Chapter
  • Person:

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

    : Bousfield, A. S., Revd. (vicar of Brookland)

    : Younghusband-Watson, Mrs.

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

    : Richardson, Mrs. (donor, Christ Church Gateway turrets)

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

    : Mobley, Mr.

    : Peck, Saville, J. P., Dr.

    : Austin, Mr. (St. Stephens, Canterbury, sports ground owner)

    : Johnson, A. J., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral lay clerk)

  • Date: 18.2.1938
  • Brief description: Minutes of a Special Meeting of the Chapter, held on Friday, 18th February 1938. The following items were discussed - Letters of thanks. Binding of Minute book. Electricity kiosk in the Precincts. King's School Dining hall and Precincts 25. Storage of guide books. Kent County Agricultural Show. Brookland Vicarage water supply. Inscription, Sir William and Lady Joan Brenchley [Hoptonwood Stone, Brenchley Chantry]. Extracts from Minutes of Friends' Council Meeting - Great Cloister - west wall; levelling of Cloister garth; experiments on the vaulting in the north alley; finance; Christ Church Gateway turrets; undercroft of Dormitory; Fresco, Meister Omers. Choir School - prospectus; fees; contract with Dr. Peck; loss of articles; playing field; payment for guests; garden; music accounts; Mr. A. J. Johnson and question of half-day holiday (signed in pencil Hewlett Johnson).
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-CHAP.2074
  • Theatre: The Chapter Office
  • Subject keyword:

    Canterbury Cathedral, Christ Church Gateway

    Canterbury Cathedral, Choir School

    Canterbury Cathedral Precincts, Thefts and Vandalism

    Halford Bequest Fund

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 2074
  • Event: Special Meeting of the Chapter
  • Organisation:

    : Messrs. W. H. Smith and Co., The Bindery, Letchworth

    : Governors of the King's School

    : Friends of Canterbury Cathedral

    : Commercial Union Assurance Company

    : Novello and Co.

    : Kimble and Bradford

    : Vacher and Sons, Ltd.

  • Associated people:

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

    : Bousfield, A. S., Revd. (vicar of Brookland)

    : Younghusband-Watson, Mrs.

    : Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)

    : Richardson, Mrs. (donor, Christ Church Gateway turrets)

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

    : Mobley, Mr.

    : Peck, Saville, J. P., Dr.

    : Austin, Mr. (St. Stephens, Canterbury, sports ground owner)

    : Johnson, A. J., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral lay clerk)

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: type script
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/CHAP : 2074
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Physicaldescript bulk: 5 pp.
  • Condition: 2
  • Date: 18.2.1938
  • 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 : Hardcastle, Edward Hoare, Revd. (Archdeacon)

    attendee : Crum, John Macleod Campbell, Canon

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

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

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

  • Recordcreation person role:

    Dean, part-time attendance

    Vice-Dean

    Archdeacon of Canterbury, as Treasurer

    Archdeacon of Maidstone, as Receiver

    part-time attendance

    part-time attendance

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

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