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TitleOblation Book
Order NumberCCA-U3-100/5/18
Date1931-1936
DescriptionOblations collected with collections entered in columns as special and general; numbers of communicants and names of members of the foundation present. Additions
5 Mar 1931 funeral: Dr Robert Jones Ferguson; 16 Apr 1931 replicas of Archbishop Hubert Walter's chalice and paten used for first time; 3 May 1931 dedication: new standard, Canterbury Assn of Old Contemptibles; 11 May 1931 Women's Diocesan Council; 31 May 1931 ordination; 13 Jun 1931 part funeral: Harry Elvidge, virger and burial at Thanington; 12 Jul 1931 installation: Hewlett Johnson, dean of Canterbury; 5 Jul 1931 10th anniversary, British Legion; 25 Jul 1931 reopening chapel of King Edward the Confessor by the dean; 5 Nov 1931 funeral: Richard Greaves Hodgson; 20 Dec 1931 ordination; 28 Dec 1931 dedication: 2 lamps in HIC in memory of Archbishop Archibald Campbell Tait in the presence of friends of the late Henry Maxwell Spooner who was his chaplain, 60th anniversary; 29 Dec 1031 St Thomas; 30 Jan 1932 dedication: memorial to Archbishop Davidson; 6 Feb 1932 dedication: new nave cross and candlesticks; 2 Feb 1932 prayers for opening Geneva Disarmament Conference; 30 Mar 1932 memorial service: Lord Harris; 22 May 1932 ordination; 14-18 Jun 1932 festival; 21 Aug 1932 deposition: colours 1st bn The Buffs; 22 Aug 1932 400th anniversary: death of William Warham, archbishop of Canterbury; 25 Dec 1932 King [George V's] message to the empire heard broadcast in the choir; 29 Dec 1932 funeral: George Pope, alderman, 4 times mayor of Canterbury; 29 Dec 1932 memorial service: Walter, Lord Northbourne, chairman of the Council of the Friends; 29 Dec 1932 St Thomas; 8 Jan 1933 broadcast service; 24 Jan 1933 memorial service: Lawrence Harding, seneschal; 18 Feb 1933 dedication: restored gable of S E transept; 8 Mar 1933 funeral: 'George', Frederick Wilson, carpenter to the D and C; 9 Mar 1933 funeral: Mary Ann Elizabeth Caldwell, wife of Samuel Caldwell, master glazier; 25 Mar 1933 installation: Sir Charles Reed Peers, president of the Society of Antiquaries, as seneschal; 18 May 1933 Diocesan Sunday School Teachers Assn; 5-10 Jun 1933 Friends festival; 18 Aug 1933 boys and girls leaving Payne Smith and St Dunstans schools; 6 Dec 1933 service: Moral Welfare Workers and gift; 25 Dec 1933 King George V's message broadcast in the choir before evensong; 3 Jan 1934 memorial service: Dr White-Thomson, bishop of Ely, sometime archdeacon of Canterbury; 3 Mar 1934 admission: women workers; 3 Mar 1934 funeral: W.A. Featherstone, chorister 1865-1870, hon lay clerk 1900-1934; 20 Apr 1934 dedication: Davidson memorial; 27 Apr 1934 visit: choir of Russian Orthodox Church Academy; 14 May 1934 Diocesan Sunday School Teachers Assn; 30 May 1934 conference: Sunday school chairmen and secretaries; 1 Jun 1934 centenary, Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society; 9-16 Jun 1934 Friends festival: presentation of bell of HMS Canterbury; 24 Jun 1934 Martinists pilgrimage of disabled soldiers' and sailors' friends; 8 Jul 1934 civic service: [mayor's Fund for the Unemployed]; 11 Oct 1934 anniversary: E.W. Benson, archbishop of canterbury; 21 Oct 1934 service: doctors and nurses; 29 Nov 1934 prayers for the Duke of Kent and Princess Marina on the day of their marriage; 29 Nov 1934 memorial: W. Featherstone, chorister 68 years; 1 Dec 1934 commemoration: 1234 charter granted to the city by King Henry III; 25 Dec 1934 King George V's message broadcast in church; 29 Dec 1934 St Thomas; 1 Jan 1935 consecration: Alfred Rose, bishop of Dover; 9 Jan 1935 funeral: James Bussey, gatekeeper, Mint Yard; 15 Jan 1935 admissions: Vera Findlay, Anne Whorlow to Cathedral Guild; 19 Jan 1935 archbishop's Gift Day for New Churches Fund; 30 Jan 1935 funeral: William Walter Richmond Powell; 30 Jan 1935 funeral: Ramsay Allen Brunner, chairman, local Education Committee; 15 Feb 1935 funeral: Dr F Wacher, MOH 50 years; 18 Feb 1935 funeral: Mrs A. Goodburn; 26 Mar 1935 funeral: H.W. Padley, master at KS; 5 Apr 1935 confirmation; 6 May 1935 prayers for King George V silver jubilee; 12 May 1935 thanksgiving for King George V silver jubilee; 25 May 1935 Women's Diocesan Council; 2 Jun 1935 annual parade: Canterbury and Amalgamated Friendly Societies; 15-22 Jun 1935 Friends festival: dedication of stones and crosses; unveiling of Christ Church gateway; 27 Jul 1935 diocesan celebration of diamond jubilee of GFS; 6 Oct 1935 harvest festival; 11 Oct 1935 49th anniversary: E.W. Benson, archbishop of Canterbury; 14 Oct 1935 archbishop's primary visitation; 10 Dec 1935 dedication: model of HMS Canterbury given by Mrs Levy; 10 Dec 1935 copy 'Canterbury Psalter' in oak case received; 5 Jan 1936 archbishop read letter concerning peace; 18 Jan 1936 Gift day, NCF; 20 Jan 1936 death of King George V; 28 Jan 1936 funeral services for King George V, for 2,500 children in the morning and 8,500 adults in the afternoon
Extent1 vol
Physical DescriptionVellum bound book with gold tooled title on outside cover, octavo. Purchased H.J. Goulden, Ltd., Printers. Bookbinders, and manufacturing stationers; machine rulers, relief stampers andaccount book manufacturers, 39, 40 High Street, Canterbury; 13,14 Bench Street, Dover
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