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Autumn 1949; signature in the first column of the Guardians’ Roll; St Francis stall on south side of chancel; photograph; contrary to some statements he did visit the Shrine, in its early days; worshipped at All Saints Inverary, refurbished it and installed a statue of Our Lady of Walsingham there; promoted Catholic faith in Episcopal Church of Scotland; founder member of SSPP.
reminiscences); writer on Anglo-Catholicism and co-founder of the Anglo-Catholic History Society; 2001 lectured to the Society on 'Alfred Hope Patten: His Place in the Catholic Revival', later reproduced as a pamphlet; his last book, Fellows, Roy d 23 June 2006; Clerk of the Order of Our Lady of Walsingham 1971-74; Guardian 1974-99; Administrator 1987-93; signature in the second column of the Guardians’ Roll; St Gabriel stall on south side of chancel; photograph.UNTIL THE NEW SITE IS OPERATIONAL NOTHING MORE WILL BE ADDED TO IT EXCEPT ESSENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO THIS INDEX.Albert Hall Rally ; Church Union Rally to bring the Shrine to the notice of a wider circle of Church people by showing the relevance of Our Lady in the central fact of our faith, the Incarnation.Davison, Fr Roger William CMP Guardian1964-2005; Guardian Emeritus from 2005; signature in the second column of the Guardians’ Roll; St Anne stall on north side of chancel; restored Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of his election as Guardian; photograph.(1878-1971) friend of Arthur Smallwood (Lay Guardian); gave a large fully-rigged model galleon in memory of those who died under his command serving in the First War; it was placed in the liturgical north aisle in 1931 and then moved to the nave of the Shrine church when that was built in 1938.Doyle-Smithe, Alice Considine (not Doyle-Smythe); d ; Dame of the Order of Our Lady of Walsingham 1953-57 but died before the first formal Chapter; devoted worker for the Shrine; ran the shop in the Shrine Gardens.Crusha, Fr Edwin Herbert William (he pronounced it "Croosha") b 1912; d ; Guardian from 1954-91; Guardian Emeritus 1991-93; last of the Guardians appointed by Fr Patten; signature in the second column of the Guardians’ Roll; St Curé d’Ars stall on south side of chancel; Chapter Clerk of the Guardians 1956-91; photograph.crypt in Shrine Church In 1937 Fr Patten appealed for money to help create a proper crypt to cover old foundations uncovered when excavations started for the Shrine extension: this did not materialise but his photographs of the footings showing a crypt area are seen in his photograph album; in 1945 he wanted to create a crypt chapel as a war memorial: Curtiss, Fr A Parker set up a copy of the Walsingham image in Grace Episcopal Church, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA, 1930, and it was blessed the following year; Fr Curtiss was a friend of Fr Patten and had visited England and Walsingham; followed as Rector by Fr William Elwell who had been his curate there.
Dagless, James brother of Lilian [below]; b 1904; he and Lilian painted the St Vincent feretory and created other items around the Shrine, village and Slipper Chapel; mentions of his collaboration with Peter Anson's work are in Peter F Anson, Dagless, Lilian Frances b ; d 5 July1994; sister of James [above]; she and James painted the St Vincent feretory and created other items around the Shrine, village and Slipper Chapel; famous pilgrims' painting, probably later influencing Enid Chadwick's pattern for Shrine candle holders, created 1925; had workshop in High Street making and selling statues, vestments and other objects until she left the village in the 1930s; mentions of her collaboration with Peter Anson's work are in Peter F Anson, Dalton, Patrick An early member of the Nashdom community, who worked at Walsingham in the 1920s; before the Holy House was built the monks and sisters used to join each evening for prayer on the site chosen for the building.
Hill, Richard b d ; Lay Clerk of the Order of Our Lady of Walsingham 1976-2003 and its Registrar 1985-97; 1972 came to Walsingham to manage the Shrine shop; retired from shop in 1988 but continued as a server, frequently MC, in the Shrine; vestment maker whose skill was known far beyond Walsingham; died in the Sue Ryder Home at the old Vicarage; buried in St Mary's churchyard; photograph.
Holy Spirit Chapel name sometimes used for chapel of St Columba and the Celtic Saints (The Descent of the Holy Ghost), as it is the chapel of the Third Glorious Mystery: The Descent of the Holy Spirit (1938: Guild of Servants of the Sanctuary).
God's House of St John one of the names Fr Patten used for his vision of a priests' College ("for seven impecunious and aged priests") as an ancillary to the Shrine; he had the idea from the very beginning but did not it was tried at various times during his life, but never succeeded.
Guardians Emeritus Chapter agreed to appoint them 1946; Fr Reginald Kingdon was the first; the idea originated from his unwillingness to retire despite infirmity, and this new category allowed him to remain involved, while adding a new guardian; when Mrs Barbara Marlow retired in 2012 she became the first able to be described as a Guardian Emerita; The Guardians.
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