RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
Alt Ref NoFisher/331/2
Extent27 ff
TitleCorrespondence in retirement
Descriptionff.1-2 Handwritten note to Cardinal Heenan dated 22 June 1967 sending Cardinal Heenan sympathy and wishing him recovery in health, written on notepaper with the following heading: The Most Reverend Archbishop Lord Fisher of Lambeth. Attached to the note is a GPO Greetings Telegram to Cardinal Heenan from Lord and Lady Fisher dated 12 April 1967. The telegram portrays a painted picture of various wildlife at the bottom.
f.3 GPO Greetings Telegram to Archbishop Cardinal Apostolic Delegate from Archbishop Lord and Lady Fisher dated 12 April 1967 sending congratulation for a golden jubilee. The telegram portrays a painted picture of various wildlife at the bottom.
ff.4-13 Letter addressed to Lady Fisher signed from Robert at Lambeth Palace dated 15 March 1967 regarding a plans for a party on 25 May; the letter has lists of guest attached under the following group headings: Coronation, British Council of Churches, Church Assembly, Convocations and Church Societies, Honorary Canons, Other Canterbury, Canterbury Laymen, Rome, Jerusalem and Istanbul, Miscellaneous, Special Americans, Nobody's and British Museum.
ff.14-19 A copy of The Ampleforth Journal, Summer Number 1968 Volume LXXIII. Part II includes a letter from Archbishop Fisher on page 247 dated 3 May 1968 in response to a letter from Friar Boniface Hunt also published in the journal concerning the different groups of people who referred to themselves as Christians.
f.20 Printed letter dated 22 July 1969 addressed to Lady Fisher from the Librarian at Lambeth Palace, concerning the selection of papers of Lord Fisher. Includes a handwritten note on the back of the letter from Lady Fisher regarding her agreement to the selection of Lord Fisher papers.
f.21 Printed letter dated 28 July 1969 addressed to Archbishop Lord Fisher from the Librarian at Lambeth Palace thanking Lord Fisher and Lady Fisher for their approval for the selection and destruction of certain papers of Lord Fisher given to the Library.
f.22 Letter addressed to Lady Fisher from U.S.A dated 23 September 1968 and signed by Barbara, the wife of Henry Sherrill, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America. The letter details thanks to Lady Fisher for having Ned visit at the Trent Rectory and discusses the illness of Sherrill.
ff.23-25 Letter to Sherrill, dated 27 September 1965 from Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury regarding Sherrill's recovery after an operation.
ff.26-27 Handwritten letter signed 'Fisher of Lambeth' written from Trent Rectory, dated 20 September 1969, with an attached note 'to Anne'. The letter discusses spirituality.

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GB/109/8230Heenan; John Carmel (1905-1975); Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster1905-1975
DS/UK/3848Fisher; Lady; Rosamond Chevallier (1890-1986); née Forman; wife of Archbishop Fisher1890-1986
DS/UK/5512Sherrill; Henry Knox (1890-1980); Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.1890-1980
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