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  • Event: Weekly meeting of the Chapter
  • Person:

    : Williamson, Catherine Ellis, Mrs., c.1887-1977 (Canterbury's first woman mayor, from 1938-1940)

    : Canterbury City Surveyor

    : Wratten, S. G., Mrs.

    : Gillett, Mrs.

    : Thirst, Mrs.

    : Gardiner, Mrs. (wife of Canon Thory Gardiner)

    : Gray, H. W. H., Revd. (Vicar of Deopham)

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

    : Sladden, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

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

    : Cotton, Mrs. (wife of Dr. Cotton)

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

  • Date: 2.10.1939
  • Brief description: Minutes of the Weekly Meeting of the Chapter, held on Monday, 2nd October, 1939. The following items were discussed - Minutes of the previous weekly meeting - Heating of nave; Ventilation in Crypt; Children's service. Emergency Chapter meeting, held on September 27th (the minutes from this meeting are not contained in the collection). Palalce Street 29. Broad Street 81. Protection of tombs, etc. Deopham Vicarage. Burgate 26. Armistice Day poppy wreath. Canon's residences. Service of intercession. The late Dr. Cotton. Chapter library. Altar linen and carpet. Next meeting. Martyrdom Chapel carpet.
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-CHAP.2131
  • Theatre: The Deanery
  • Subject keyword:

    World War, 1939-1945--Civil defence, Canterbury

    Canterbury Cathedral, Services

    King's School (Canterbury, England)

    Canterbury Cathedral, Choir School

    Canterbury Cathedral, Properties--Leases and tenancies

    Canterbury Cathedral Library

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 2131
  • Event: Weekly meeting of the Chapter
  • Organisation:

    : Canterbury Archaeological Society

    : Governors of Queen Ane's Bounty

  • Associated people:

    : Williamson, Catherine Ellis, Mrs., c.1887-1977 (Canterbury's first woman mayor, from 1938-1940)

    : Canterbury City Surveyor

    : Wratten, S. G., Mrs.

    : Gillett, Mrs.

    : Thirst, Mrs.

    : Gardiner, Mrs. (wife of Canon Thory Gardiner)

    : Gray, H. W. H., Revd. (Vicar of Deopham)

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

    : Sladden, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)

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

    : Cotton, Mrs. (wife of Dr. Cotton)

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

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: type script
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/CHAP : 2131
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Physicaldescript bulk: 4 pp.; 3 copies of these minutes
  • Condition: 2
  • Date: 2.10.1939
  • Organisation: Dean and Chapter, Canterbury Cathedral
  • Person:

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

    attendee : Sargent, Alexander, Archdeacon, 1895-1989

    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)

    attendee : Macnutt, Frederick Brodie, Canon

  • Recordcreation person role:

    Dean

    Archdeacon of Maidstone, as Vice-dean

    Archdeacon of Canterbury, as Receiver

    Treasurer

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

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