RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelFonds
Alt Ref NoSRPPC
Extent22 files
TitleSOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF POOR PIOUS CLERGYMEN.
Date1787-1964
DescriptionThe collection includes minutes and registers
LanguageEnglish
FindingAidsCatalogue descriptions based on typescript list of the records.
Descriptions available on the National Archives Discovery site <http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk> as well as the Library catalogue.
CreatorNameSociety for the Relief of Poor Pious Clergymen, 1788-
AdminHistoryPapers of the Society for the Relief of Poor Pious Clergymen, 1787-1964. The Society was instituted in 1788 for the relief of country clergy, 'the tenor of whose preaching is according to the doctrinal articles of the Church of England'. Among the founders were the Revd. John Newton, the Revd. William Romaine, and the Revd. Richard Cecil.
CustodialHistoryAlso referred to as SRPPC Dep.
AcquisitionDeposited, 1979.
RelatedMaterialFURTHER RECORDS OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF POOR PIOUS CLERGYMEN (S.R.P.P.C.) AT BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY

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CodeNameDates
614Society for the Relief of Poor Pious Clergymen; 1788-1788-
615Romaine; William (1714-1795); divine1714-1795
617Cecil; Richard (1748-1810); evangelical divine1748-1810
467Newton; John (1725-1807); Rector of St Mary Woolnoth, London; poet1725-1807
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