Series 102/11 - Biographical material relating to Anglican clergy and other individuals

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AU AU-MTC 102/11

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Biographical material relating to Anglican clergy and other individuals

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  • 1871-1999 (Creation)

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Loose papers

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(1955-1999)

Administrative history

The Church of England Historical Society in the Diocese of Sydney was formed in 1955 after an exhibition of items held by the Royal Australian Historical Society was held at St Stephen's Church, Newtown. The inaugural meeting was held at St Stephen's Rectory on November 4th, 1955, with Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll as Patron and President. The Journal commenced publication the following year. The name was changed to the Anglican Historical Society in 1999 to reflect the change in name of the Anglican Church of Australia.

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News clippings, obituaries and other documents providing information about the lives of clergymen and other significant individuals. With the exception of Mrs Dorothy Mowll, wives of clergy have been filed with their husbands.
Andrews, Mary
Archdale, Betty
Arnott, Felix
Ash, Fortescue
Ashton, John
Barton Babbage, Stuart
Barder, Horace
Barker, Frederic
Barnett, Paul
Bartlett, Lawrence
Bates, Joan
Bidwell, John
Boyce, Francis Bertie
Broughton, William Grant
Browning, George
Burgmann, Ernest
Capell, Arthur
Cartwright, Robert
Cash, Frank
Charlton, (?) Archdeacon
Chynoweth, Neville
Claydon, E.H.B.
Coggan, Donald
Cordell, O.T.
Cowper, William
Cranmer, Thomas
Dain, Jack
Davidson, E.J.
D'Arcy-Irvine, Gerard
Davies, David John
Davies, Stephen
Delbridge, Graham
Devenish-Meares, Matthew
Digges La Touche, Everard
Dumolo, Harriett
Foord, Dudley
Foxe, John
Frewer, John
Fulton, Henry
Garnsey, D.A.
Gledhill, Percy Walter
Goodhew, Harry
Goodwin Hudson, Arthur
Gough, Hugh
Guinness, Howard
Gunther, William
Halse, Reginald
Hammond, Thomas Chatterton
Hassall, Thomas
Heath, Eileen
Hilliard, William
Hinsby, M.G.
Holmes, H.R.
Housden, J.A.
Hulme-Moir, Francis
Jensen, Peter
Jobbins, Boak
Johnson, Richard
Judd, Bernard
Kerle, R.C.
Kirkby, S.J.
Knox, David Broughton
Leslie, E.K.
Loane, Marcus Lawrence
Madden, H.B.
Malcolm, Arthur
Marsden, Samuel - file includes original pastel portrait
Morton, Archibald
Mosby, Ted
Mowll, Dorothy
Mowll, H.W.K. - includes original illuminated address from the Council of St Catherine's Clergy Daughters' School Waverley
Moyes, John Stoward,
Neale, John Mason
Newth, Melville C.
O'Brien, Ronald Arthur "Terry"
Penman, Donald
Phillips, Helen Plummer
Pilcher, Charles Venn
Pitt, Olive Margery
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Ramsey, Michael
Roberts, Basil Coleby
Robinson, D.W.B.
Runcie, Robert
Saumarez Smith, William
Selwyn, Arthur Edward
Selwyn, George Augustus
Shevill, Ian
Shilton, Lance
Stack, W.
Stevenson, W.H.W.
Stone-Wigg, Montagu John
Strong, Philip
Symond, Mildred
Talbot, Albert Edward
Thomas, Mesac
Tugwell, Frederic William
Tyrell, William
Wand, J.W.C.
Warren, Cecil Allan
Watson, Peter
Wilson, Bruce
Wilton, E.N.
Witt, Howell
Woods, Frank
Wright, John Charles

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Alphabetical by surname

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