Annointing of the Sick

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            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-03-01-3-66 · Part · 9 December 1865
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Dr William Wareing, first Bishop of Northampton, has received the last Sacraments - prayers for him.
            Banns are to be published in the case of mixed marriages with no reference to the difference of religion
            Consider the distress of the poor which occurs in Winter.
            If asked to bless cattle, request a form of blessing recommended by Bendict XIV.

            Grant, Thomas (1816-1870)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA22-01-01-46 · Item · 13 June 1928
            Part of St Michael the Archangel Parish, Huntingdon

            Writing from 14 Bishops Mansions, Bishops Park, London SW6.
            Thanks the bishop for his beautiful letter. His brother is critically ill but having had the operation and survived for so long the doctors believe he will pull through. Cannot believe that the Provost is dead having looked after him for so long - at least one wish was granted, that he die on a Saturday. Grieved to learn the Bishop is on the sick list.

            Malone, John F Rev (-1970)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA22-01-01-44 · Item · 2 February 1928
            Part of St Michael the Archangel Parish, Huntingdon

            Informing the Bishop that the Provost has been seen by two doctors who have slightly different prognoses for his prostate trouble -one saying it is benign the other cancerous. The VG [Vicar General] (Mgr Freeland) visited and advised the Last Sacraments for the Provost. Fr Malone did this whilst the Provost said he was not dying but now had his "ticket"!
            Also hopes the bishop is making progress and will recover soon.

            Malone, John F Rev (-1970)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA03-01-01-82 · Item · 22 June 1922
            Part of St Benet's Minster Parish, Beccles

            Thanks the Bishop for his sympathy and describes her son, Dickie, sudden collapse after an appendicitis operation into unconsciousness and death. Fr Campbell had initially attended but Fr Allen anointed Dickie and gave the last rites.

            Throckmorton, Mrs Ethel Mary (1882 -1929)