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TitleOblation Book
Order NumberCCA-U3-100/5/16
Date1919-1926
DescriptionOblations collected; numbers of communicants and names of members of the foundation present. Additions
6 Jul 1920 consecration: colour of 8th bn The Buffs and deposition; 4 Aug 1920 service on site of Kent War memorial in memory of Kentish men who fell in the last war; 9 Nov 1920 presentation: Union Jack ' which was flown over Baghdad on the occasion of the recent entry of the Britsh Flag flown on that Citadel'; 11 Nov 1920 service: Armistice; 5 Jul 1921 unveiling: memorial tablet to William Walsh, DD, bishop of Dover; 23 May 1921 unveiling by the dean: memorial tablet to Edward Alexander Stuart, canon res; 31 Jul 1921 unveiling by General the Lord Horne, GCB, KCMG: Buffs war memorial; 11 Nov 1921 service: Armistice; wreath laid at Buffs war memorial; 17 May 1923 Jubilee thanksgiving service: International Order of Good Templars, East Kent District Lodge; 1 Jul 1923 unveiling: war memorial of 198th Canadian bn, the Canadian Buffs in the Warriars' chapel; 19 Aug 1923 commemoration, The Buffs; 9 Sep 1923 investiture: bishop of Truro; 11 Oct dedication: altar and restored chapel OLU as a thank offering for the life and work of Archbishop and Mrs. Davidson 1891-1923;13 Oct 1923 dedication: 2 new tower bells as war memorial of KCACR; 11 Nov 1923 service: Armistice; 12 Jan 1924 funeral service and commital: Henry Wace, dean of Canterbury, in the cloisters; full details; installation: 21 March 1924 installation in the cathedral and chapter house: George Kennedy Allen Bell, DD, dean; unveiling: memorial to 16th Queen's Lancers, in the nave; dedication: 'The Book of Life containing the names of men of all ranks of The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) who fell in the Great War', in the Warriors' chapel; 10 Sep 1924 700th anniversary of the arrival of the Grey Friars; 10 Sep 1924 address: ' Le Message de S. Francois a-t-il application de nos jours?', by M. Paul Sabatier, in the nave; 8 Nov 1924 consecration: altar, furnishings and reopened chapel OLU for regular use by the archbishop; 8 Nov 1924 consecration: silver gilt chalice given by Henry Horace Pereira, formerly bishop of Croydon; 11 Nov 1924 sevice: Armistice; 15 Nov 1924 Canterbury General Mission; 1 Dec 1924 United Missionary service: cathedral and city parishes; 13 Dec 1924 presentation: Australian flag, by Sir Joseph Cook, High Commissioner of Australia; dedication: red frontal given by the late Lord Northbourne, his wife and son; 16 May 1925 funeral service, first part: Alfred, Viscount Milner, followed by burial at Salehurst, Sussex; 19 May 1925 united missionary service for young people; 23 May 1925 diocesan pilgrimage; 5 June 1925 300th anniversary: death of Orlando Gibbons; 11 Jun 1925 jubilee thanksgiving: Girls Friendly Society; 17 Jun 1925 annual festival: Provincial Grand Lodge of Kent; 18 Jul 1925 unveiling: memorial to Major Mick Mannock, VC, RAF, presented by Canterbury War Memorial Committee; 2-4 Aug 1925 memorial services: Bastion chapel; unveiling and dedication: regimental war memorial, the Carabiniers (6th Dragoon Guards), in S W transept; 11 Nov 1925 service: Armistice: 11 Nov 1925 dedication: OKS memorial; 11 Nov 1925 broadcast service; 27 Nov 1925 Memorial service: Queen Alexandra; 5 Jan 1926 memorial service: Henry Horace Pereira, formerly bishop of Croydon; 23 Jan 1926 commemoration and thanksgiving: the life of Desire Joseph, Cardinal Mercier
Extent1 vol
Physical DescriptionVellum bound book with gold tooled title on outside cover, octavo
AccessStatusOpen
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