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Baptists in Campden and Blockley
A preliminary draft, by Allan Warmington, of the history of the Baptists in Campden and Blockley/
Burkitt and the New Testament
“Expository notes on the New Testament”, pub. London, 1716. Original binding (needs repair). (With notes by Carol Jackson on the Aston and Crees families.) Inside flyleaf inscription: “George Aston’s Book, Campden Gloucestershire, 1846”
Canon Charles Edward Kennaway, Vicar of Chipping Campden, 1832-1872. History
C.V. of Canon Charles Edward Kennaway, Vicar of Chipping Campden, 1832-72. Covers 1800 – 1875. Thumbnail sketch from 1800 – 1890. (6 typescript copies).
Celebration of the Feast of St George
Leaflet giving details of a church service held in St James’ Church on 23rd April 2014. Conducted by Davis Hallett, Churchwarden, assisted by the Campden Morris Men.
Chipping Campden Parish Magazine January 1889
Chipping Campden Parochial Magazine 1889, rather tattered. No local content apart from introduction but the concluding section is on the missing back page. Mr Gardener new minister, replacing Rev Burnside. Mr Godson directs Girl’s Sunday School. Sale of work at the Chrysanthemum Show raised funds for sick poor relief.
Notes about the Epiphany Sermon in Campden, established under the will of John Freeman, 1793. Notes by Josephine Griffiths.
Geoffrey Powell, research notes
Research Papers of Geoffrey Powell, drafts: 1. Religion, Drink and the Schools. 2. The Church in the Middle Ages,
Leather-bound Bible, inscribed “May Charlotte Keyte, May day 1903 from Janet Ashbee”. Letter from Mrs Koster, Isle of Man, related to the keytes.
Luther and his Work
Pub. 1937, The Bruce Publishing Company. Inscribed “To Agnes Hartwell from her friend and neighbour”, Joseph Clayton, 1937. Lived close to (or in) West End Terrace. Joseph and his sister are in St Catharine’s Churchyard. Agnes Hartwell was Tess Evans’ Aunt.
Mgr Jozef Golab
Article about Monsignor Jozef Golab, who survived Dachau and became the priest for a large Polish community in the Midlands. Daily Telegraph, dated 8th March 2000. (Gloucestershire connection)
Miles Smith (1554-1624)
Research carried out by Diana Evans to confirm that Miles Smith (Bishop of Gloucester from 1612) was the person who’famously walked out of one sermon which bored him to go to the pub’ and that this occured in Campden. 1p. Dated 2011.
Order of Service: Father Brennan's Golden Jubilee
Order of service for the Solemn Mass of Thanksgiving to mark the Golden Jubilee of the Ordination of John Brennan to the Sacred Priesthood 14 June 1964
Orders of service for Father Burns, Florence Harding, Dr. Olliff
Orders of service for Father Andrew Burns, St Catharine’s Church 1990 Florence Marie Harding, St James Church, 1973 Dr. Donald Olliff, St James Church, 2001
Quakers: 1660. Transcription from document in Gloucestershire Archives
Quakers: 1660. Transcription from document in Gloucestershire Archives. Description of assault in Meeting Room
The Life Story of Thomas Champness
An Arrest for Preaching in Campden. Extract relating to preaching outside Elm Tree House, laws about preaching. Pub. Charles H Relly, London, (1907), Chapter 24, pp 286-288. Thought to be transcribed by Seamus Stewart.
The Religious Census of Bristol & Gloucestershire 1851
Gloucestershire Record Series Vol 29. Details of population attending churches, chapels and other places of worship.
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