RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFile
Alt Ref NoMS 1859
Extent170 ff.
TitleBISHOP OF FULHAM PAPERS
Date20th Century
DescriptionHistorical notes and photographs of English churches in Europe.

A. Brussels. List of chaplains at the church of the Augustines and the Chapel Royal, 1815-73. Printed (f. 1).

Biarritz. "Short history of St. Andrews church (Anglo-American), Biarritz," [1940] (ff. 2-6v).

Frankfurt-am-Main. The Bishops of London and of Northern and Central Europe thank the French Reformed Church for the use of
the latter's church for 82 years, 1907. Copy (f. 8v).

Hamburg. Notes on the English church, including: "Translation of the concessions granted to the English Episcopal Congregation at Hamburgh", 1834. Copy (ff. 11-13); notes on the English house in the Gröningerstrasse and the Bosselhof, with a list and biographical notes of English ministers at Hamburg, 1612-1934 (14-24); notes on the history of the church (ff. 25-6); account of the church of St. Thomas Becket at Hamburg, by Lt.-Col. C. G. Phipps. Printed in the "Royal Engineers Journal", March 1949. Copy (ff. 27-35); report of the annual general meeting of the English church committee, 1949 (f. 36); various printed notes (ff. 37-9).

Ruthleben [Ruhleben]. Account of a Y.M.C.A. hut used as a chapel in the Ruthleben Internment Camp [used during World War One], 1915-16. The papers include hymn sheets and kalendars of services (ff. 40-73).

Antwerp. "The mission to seamen. Annual report and balance sheet," 1949 (ff-74-9).

Copenhagen. Note on the English church (f. 80).

Elsinore. Note on the English church (f. 81).

Davos. "St. Luke's church, Davos. A short history," 20th century (ff.82-3).

Lausanne. Note on the church (f. 84).

B. Photographs of and notes about English churches in Europe, c. 1950.

AUSTRIA. Vienna, with a note on the church (ff. 85-8).

BELGIUM. Antwerp with a note on and a photograph of the Anglican chaplaincy (ff. 89-93).
Bruges, with a note on the church (ff. 94-100).
Brussels (Christ Church), with a note on the church (ff. 101-11).
Brussels (Church of the Resurrection) (ff. 112-14).
Ghent (Mission to Seamen) (f. 115).
Knocke (ff. 116-19).
Ostend (ff. 120-1).
Poperinghe (Talbot House) (f. 122).
Ypres (f. 123).
Chart of services in English churches in Belgium (f. 124).

CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Karlsbad (f. 125).

FINLAND. [Helsingfors], with a note on the chaplaincy (ff. 126-9),

FRANCE. Arcachon, with a note on the church (ff. 130-1).
Biarritz, with a note on the church (ff. 132-7).
Bordeaux, with a note on the church (ff. 138-40).
Dieppe, 1950 (ff. 141-2).
Dinard (ff. 143-5).
Dunkirk, with a note on the church (ff. 146-8).
Le Touquet (ff. 149-50).
Paramé, 1950 (ff. 151-2).
Paris (ff. 153-61). [photographs of the English church, 20th century]
Pau (ff. 162-4).
St. Jean de Luz (ff. 165-6). [photographs of the English church, 20th century]
St. Lunaire, 1950 (f. 167).
Versailles, with a note on the church (ff. 168-70).

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GB/109/8212Church of England; Diocese of London: North and Central Europe: Chaplaincy of Bruges, Belgium
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