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Cable, K.J. (Kenneth John)

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  • Person
  • 1929-2003

Historian and lecturer in history at the University of Sydney and NSW University of Technology

Cameron, Ernest

  • 150
  • Person
  • 1894-1985

Ernest Cameron was born in Erskineville and attended St Andrew's Cathedral School and Moore College. He was ordained in 1920. From 1930-1937 he was Rector of St Peter's Hornsby, then St Luke's Mosman from 1937-1963. He was appointed honorary Canon of St Andrew's Cathedral in 1949.

Cameron, Ewen Donald

  • 234
  • Person
  • 1926-

Donald Cameron was lecturer at Moore College until 1963, Rector of Bellevue Hill, Federal Secretary of CMS Australia until 1972, and Bishop of North Sydney from 1975-1990.

Caritas - Diocese of Sydney

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  • Corporate body
  • 1935-

A department of the Mothers' Union formed with the purpose of assisting young married women and encouraging them to join. Originally called the Fellowship of Marriage, it was first formed in England in 1921, and the first Australian branch was opened in Perth in 1925. The Sydney branch was formed in 1935, and the name was changed to Young Members' Department in 1949. In 1983 the Australian Commonwealth Council changed the name to Caritas, which means charity, or Christian love for others, in Latin. Their aim is to contact and reach out to women with no other church affiliation. Caritas groups are open outreach groups with flexible and unstructured programs

Cash, Frank

  • 053
  • Person
  • 1887-1964

Born in 1887, Edward Francis Nicholson [Frank] Cash graduated from Moore Theological College in 1913 and obtained an M.A. (Honours in Philosophy) from Sydney University in 1922. He was the Rector of Christ Church, North Sydney from 1922 and Registrar of the Australian College of Theology from 1945 to 1961. He and his wife, Violet Elizabeth, donated The John Francis Cash Memorial Chapel to Moore Theological College, completed in 1950. He was a keen amateur photographer and the only one to be permitted onto the construction site of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and took photographs throughout the building process. His photographs also include images of his family: his wife Elizabeth, son John who joined the RAAF and was killed in action in 1941, and three daughters Mary, Miriam and Elizabeth.

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