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            42 Archive Record results for Wisbech

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            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-03-01-4-32 · Part · Advent 1901
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Sudbury Parish address embossed on cover
            734: Notanda: Pastoral and Collection, Midnight Mass, Duplication, Peter's Pence, Teachers' Superannuation Fund, Report and Statistics, Remittance of Moneys
            735-743: Advent Pastoral letter - steady progress being made for the Poor Mission Fund; Olney has a new chapel, Weston Underwood a new presbytery, Stowmarket a new presbytery, High Fen (nr Wisbech) Fr Page needs alms to erect a small chapel for the large Irish colony. Thanks the unknown good lady building at her own expense the church at Lowestoft.
            745: "Prayer at the beginning of the year" - 40 day indulgence when said on the first day and first Sunday of the year

            Riddell, Arthur George Rev (1836-1907)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA21-01-01-69 · Item · 21 February 1930
            Part of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St Edmund Parish, Hunstanton

            Sending all Parishes with a connection to any of the 136 recently beatified English Martyrs, a copy of the picture displayed at St Peter's on 15 December. Two for Hunstanton: Bl. Henry Walpole (born in Docking and martyred on 7 April 1595) and Bl. Thomas Tunstall (martyred 13 July 1616) (provides a short history)

            Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-270 · Item · 4 May 1977
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Form letter from Bishop Clark - enlosed [not present] arrived just as leaving for Rome and too late for inclusion in the Ad Clerum. Alarmed that deanery priests may not be aware - please distribute.
            manuscript notes showing places ticked: Hunstanton, Burnham Market, Swaffham, Downhan Market, Fakenham, Wells, Wisbech

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA38-04-01-1 · Item · 7 June 1979
            Part of The Sacred Heart Parish, St Ives

            Notes of a telephone conversation about Hugh Byron's Building Project.
            Wilson very concerned that things must be done properly using an architect and master builder. Should not be a "botch job". Fr Byron has to be persuaded to not object to paying proper fees for work done. NB planning permission might be required. Wilson quite critical and unimpressed with Fr Byron's projected house alterations. Yes, do school. Wilson suggests Fr Drury see Fr Byron and discuss the proposals. Need a known, architect e.f. Julian Limitani. Also Wilson considers getting an 85% grant to improve St MAr's school building is "just not on".

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA30-01-01-2018/13 · Item · 19-6-1944
            Part of Our Lady of Good Counsel and St Peter Parish, March

            Bishop writes: Glad to hear Fr Lydiate is arranging a Mission with the Redemptorists; but do ensure he gets a hall large enough. Bishop's itinerary includes staying with Ollard in Wisbech & before that in Cambridge. Asks Fr Lydiate to be confessor for Wisbech Convent.

            Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA38-04-01-3 · Item · 13 June 1979
            Part of The Sacred Heart Parish, St Ives

            Have spoken with Fr Wilson. You should direct your attention solely to your 66 year old school. Things have to be done properly through commissioned architects whose fees are paid and builders engaged. John Drury has been asked to discuss the proposal with you. Do not do flatlets. Not "clipping your wings" but must be certain of direction and why.

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA38-04-01-2 · Item · 13 June 1979
            Part of The Sacred Heart Parish, St Ives

            Hopes that Fr Drury has recovered from his unpleasant virus infection. Fr Wilson has suggested that Fr Drury visit Fr Byron to discuss his proposals. No flats over garages. Must do things through the proper channels engaging proper architects and builders. Bishop suspects Fr Byron will get mates to do the job for him.

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA30-01-01-2018/22 · Item · 20-5-1945
            Part of Our Lady of Good Counsel and St Peter Parish, March

            Bishop would not take a boy for the Church who suffers from an irregularity or is spurious (i.e. born of an adulterous union). Such boys not from good Catholic home and the Holy See would not dispense or allow ordination. No where for him. Fr Flanagan's things - let him know where you are depositing them and he may move them. Bishop does not "approve of Fr Dunleavy supplying in this (underlined) Diocese.". Bishop will confirm in Wisbech on 24 June.

            Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-04-1 · Item · 13 September 1858
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Covering letter from Canon Thomas Fox to Bishop of Northampton (Francis Kerril Amherst). As the bishop requested he has come to Lynn to look over the things proposed to be left by Fr Rigby. Encloses two inventories (one of items Fr Rigby has sent to the Bishop; the other of the items held in the mission before Fr Rigby came) which will give the bishop the state of the priest's house. Lists items of Fr Rigby's property which he will leave behind. No inventory has been made of the other property belonging to the church service. There is everything necessary for the service of the church. Canon Fox will now take charge of the mission. The Blessed Sacrament will be taken back to Wisbech.
            4th side: "Letter of Canon Fox on Lynn property - 1858"

            Correspondent
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-07-06-1 · Item · April 1938
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Outer cover made of blotting paper - inside front cover, inside & outside back cover carry advertisements.
            Front cover subtitle: "Presented with the good wishes of the Parish Priests / King's Lynn: Wisbech: Hunstanton"
            pg1: Image and timetable for Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St Edmund, K & M, Hunstanton
            pg2: advertisements
            pg3: "The Mystery of Suffering" - article
            pg4-6: advertisements
            pg7: Calender 1938-1939 April to March
            pg8-9: advertisements (blotter removed from centre)
            pg10: advertisement & "The Girl's Corner" article
            pg11: "Blessed Candles" - article
            pg12: Obituary & image of Fr GJ Page

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            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-41-1 · Part · 24 April 2020
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            "Tens of thousands of Catholics watched live-streamed Masses in up to 17 churches across the Diocese of East Anglia over Easter, after churches were closed to physical congregations due to Covid-19 restrictions." Story continues
            image captioned: "Live-streaming of Mass at St John's Cathedral in Norwich has been wonderfully well-received, says Bishop Alan Hopes (right) [image insert]: "To know that so many people have been watching and have received reassurance and hope in this difficult time is a source of grate blessing..'"
            images of Fr David Bagstaff, Fr Luke Goymour, Canon Eugene Harkness

            The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA21-01-01-16 · Item · 22 August 1919
            Part of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St Edmund Parish, Hunstanton

            Thanks the Bishop for his kind and sympathetic letter with its encouragement and advice. Feeling much better and will return from Wisbech to Hunstanton tomorrow. Fr Garnett has given the Bishop the wrong impression. Mass at 8 allows the men from the wireless stations to attend

            Flynn, Charles S Rev (-1943)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-141 · Item · 8 June 1926
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Outlines the arrangements for Friday's funeral. Draws a parallel with the funeral of Fr Wrigglesworth when he made arrangements and said mass. Suggests Bishop should stay overnight in Peterborough and then bring Fr Allen, who will be the MC. Fr Ketterer needs to be eased into his new role - suggests that he take on Wisbech for the moment. At Canon Eeles' suggestion a will was written and this will be attended to in due course.
            manuscript annotation: "All agreed to. Yes to Peterborough on Thursday for night, will bring Fr Allen along too. Friday a.m."

            Page, George Joseph Rev (1864-1937)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-124 · Item · 8 March 1926
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Canon Eeles is better and likely to improve very slowly. His sister is with him and caring for him.
            Fr Flynn wired and Fr Page found him very very unwell, despondent and feeling that he is an outcast and no-one cares. Hopes to see him again in a few days.
            manuscript annotation: "Answered Mch 9/26"

            Page, George Joseph Rev (1864-1937)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-123 · Item · 5 March 1926
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Fr Page is writing from Wisbech. Canon Eeles is diagnosed with an ulcer around the stomach and large bowel. The doctor cannot understand why Canon Eeles is not in greater pain. He does not need watching over day and night, but must keep resting. The supply form Cambridge is helpful. Fr Marshall is sending over Fr Moir for next Sunday. He is grateful for your kind letter and knows that I am keeping you posted.

            Page, George Joseph Rev (1864-1937)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-129 · Item · 24 March 1926
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Fr Page reports that Canon Eeles is making progress but it is very slow. Despite that he is attempting to do more than he should and resents people telling him to rest. Stopped by Fr Page from hearing Confessions on a Saturday. He is concerned about Holy Week and Easter Sunday – things will be missed for the first time in years. Asks the Bishop to intervene with kind words to Canon Eeles about not taking on too much. The doctor believes the Canon should have a change of scenery and get away as soon as possible. Some congregation members have collected £25 towards expenses for this. Obtaining a supply is proving difficult and he is now approaching the Benedictines in Farnborough but a wire to Hitchin has produced a result. All this is kept from the Canon. The doctor says the Canon’s heart is not healthy and extra care is required. The renowned Fr Clare is visiting at Wisbech.
            p.s. Not seen Fr Flynn but understand he is better and has said mass the last two Sundays.
            Manuscript annotation: “Answered: Thanks. Have written to the Dr. & told Eeles to do what he is told, even to going away; & that he must have arrangements in your hands – nto to bother. Mch 26/26.”

            Page, George Joseph Rev (1864-1937)