RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoCoggan 63, ff.1-115
TitleJubilee
Date14 Jan-24 Dec 1976
DescriptionIncludes papers relating to commemorative Jubilee services, including a thanksgiving service at St.Paul's Cathedral and diocesan services, including correspondence with the Home Office (ff.1-4, 7, 9, 16, 22-3, 81-2), Rt Revd John Trillo, Bishop of Chelmsford (ff.5, 8, 67, 70), Revd Harry Morton and other officers of the British Council of Churches (ff.25, 51-3), Mgr F A Miles, Private Secretary to Cardinal Basil Hume (f.26), Most Revd Gwilym Williams, Archbishop of Wales (ff.28, 49-50), Most Revd George Simms, Archbishop of Armagh (f.29), Most Revd Richard Wimbush, Primus of the Episcopal Church in Scotland (ff.27, 30-1, 33), Most Revd Stuart Blanch, Archbishop of York (ff.39-40), Rt Revd Victor Whitsey, Bishop of Chester (ff.41-3), Revd John Huxtable, Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council (ff.54-8), Revd Martin Sullivan, Dean of St.Paul's (ff.59, 62), Very Revd Ronald Jasper, Dean of York (ff.61, 63-4, 66, 69, 83-7), the Lord Chamberlain's Office (ff.71-2, 74, 77-8) and Revd Donald Gray (ff.73, 75-6, 79-80, 115); papers relating to Addresses to the Queen by 'privileged bodies', including correspondence with the Prime Minister's Office, Derek Pattinson, General Secretary of the General Synod, (ff.10-14, 17-20), and Rt Hon Merlyn Rees, Home Secretary (ff.108-110), a report of a meeting between Hugh Whitworth, Archbishop Coggan's Lay Assistant and George Mann of the Free Church Federal Council (ff.37-8) and other memoranda by Archbishop Coggan's staff; Archbishop Coggan's message for the souvenir Jubilee programme (ff.44-7); papers relating to the awarding of the Silver Jubilee Medal (ff.88-99); correspondence with Lord Lauderdale regarding the oath taken by the Queen during the coronation (ff.100-7) and papers relating to the Queen's Silver Jubilee Appeal (ff.111-4).

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GB/109/9410Great Britain and Northern Ireland; Home Office
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DS/UK/3615British Council of Churches; 1942-19901942-1990
DS/UK/5005Williams; Gwilym Owen (1913-1990); Archbishop of Wales1913-1990
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260Blanch; Lord; Stuart Yarworth (1918-1994); Baron of Bishopsthorpe; Archbishop of York1918-1994
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DS/UK/3805Elizabeth II (1926-); Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland1926-
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