Authorized Form of NameJenkins; Claude (1877-1959); Lambeth Librarian
TypeOfEntityPerson
SurnameJenkins
ForenamesClaude
Dates1877-1959
CodeNA2486
EpithetLambeth Librarian
DatesAndPlacesLambeth Librarian 1910-1952
ActivityCanon of Christ Church and Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford (1934)
GenderMale
SourceOxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004)

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LC 140 no. 54Claude Jenkins, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College, Londonc. 1920LC/1920/140/54
Bell 190, ff. 243-4Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/190/243-4
Bell 194, ff. 103, 247, 255-6Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/193-195/194/103, 247, 255-6
MS 2774 f. 32Gladstone (Herbert John), Viscount Gladstone1928MSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2774/32
Fisher 222, ff. 333-7Death of Canon Claude JENKINS, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/222/333-7
CM XIII/70Bond in £300 to observe covenants. William Stallon esq. and William his son and heir, both of Hockwold, Norfolk, to Sir Cyril Wich of the same place. 23 Aug. 1679CM/13/70
Bell 202, ff. 79-81Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/202/79-81
MS 2995 f. 87Jenkins (Revd. Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1939MSS/2965-3015/2995/87
MS 2773 f. 348Gladstone (Herbert John), Viscount Gladstone1927MSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2773/348
MS 2774 ff. 276, 279, 283-4, 299Jenkins (Revd. Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1933-1936MSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2774/276, 279, 283-4, 299
MS 1633JENKINS PAPERS[1891-1956]MSS/1590-1679/1616-1679/1633
Douglas 23, ff. 207, 254-5JENKINS, Canon Claude, Librarian, Lambeth Palace1926Douglas/23/207, 254-5
MS 2961 ff. 201-205vJenkins (Revd. Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1913MSS/2961/201-237v/201-205v
MS 2774 f. 116Jenkins (Revd. Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1928MSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2774/116
Bell 200, f. 225Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/196-201/200/225
Bell 195, ff. 24, 27, 212-15, 218Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/193-195/195/24, 27, 212-15, 218
MS 4822CLAUDE JENKINS1956MSS/4822
LC 168 no. 20Claude Jenkins, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College, London1930LC/1930/168/20
Bell 193, ff. 204-6, 208, 374Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)Bell/184-368/193-195/193/204-6, 208, 374
Fisher 135, ff. 272-7Canon Claude JENKINS, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1954Fisher/1-271/134-151/135/272-7
Douglas 79, f. 158Photograph of Canon Claude JENKINS, Librarian, Lambeth Palace; Randall Thomas DAVIDSON, Archbishop of Canterbury; Cosmo Gordon LANG, Archbishop of York; Canterbury (1928); John Victor MACMILLAN, Chaplain to Archbishop Davidson; Bishop of Guildford (1934) at the coronation of George V1911Douglas/79/158
CM XIII/74One leaf of a table of contents of a book of legal notes and precedents, possibly parliamentary. Includes a 'laborious and copious Journal of the House of Commons made use of by the author in these his collections'.CM/13/74
CM XIII/77Chirograph of a final concord. Thomas Craddylk, Edmund Osbaldeston and Francis Price quer., John and Anne Wheatley deforc. of messuages in Thornley cum Wheatley19 Aug. 1686CM/13/77
CM XIII/72Summary of the resources of a trust fund for Lady Jane Leveson-Gower and her daughter. 12 March 1691-2.12 March 1692.CM/13/72
CM XIX/13Presentation deed by the Crown, of Claude Jenkins to a canonry in Canterbury cathedral. 13 March 1929CM/19/13
CM XIII/73Acknowledgment of receipt and payment of fine for 3a. 2r. of land and 2a. 20 p., unenclosed, and the same amount of pasture newly enclosed, in Wretton and Stoke Ferry and 3 swathes of meadows in Wretton, all held of Stoke Ferry cum membris in co. Norfolk, parcel of the Honour of Clare.19 March 1716. CM/13/73
CM XIII/76Receipt for £8. 18s. 10 1/2d. from Miss Clough by Hugh Ross & E. Sayers. N.d.19th centuryCM/13/76
Douglas 76, f. 12Photograph of the Orthodox delegation to the 1930 Lambeth Conference at Canterbury1930Douglas/76/2-17/12
Davidson 157, ff.47-154 passimJENKINS (Claude), regius professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford (1934).1909Davidson/27-217/157/47-154 passim
CM XIII/67Copy of a royal warrant under Privy Seal, discharging arrears of tenths on various Lincolnshire livings, with a certificate from Bishop Barlow of the value of these livings, 22 Feb. 1687-8. 22 Feb. 1688. CM/13/67
Lang 95, ff. 156-60Claude JENKINS, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1929Lang/1-186/95/156-60
MS 3298, ff.120-1Jenkins (Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford.1948MSS/3287-3319/3298/120-121
LCC 4 ff. 301-2, 313-14JENKINS (Claude), regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934).LC/LCC/4/301-2, 313-14
Longley 8 f.292Claude Jenkins, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, to Irene Churchill28 May 1956Longley/8/292
CM XIII/75Impression of the seal of an Archbishop of Canterbury, paper. Said to be the seal of John Bird Sumner (1848-62).1848-1862CM/13/75
CM XIII/78Estreat of pleas in the court of the duchy of Lancaster: Thomas Craddylk, Edmund Osbaldeston and Francis Price quer., John and Anne Wheatley deforc. of messuages in Thornley cum Wheatley19 Aug. 1686CM/13/78
MS 3152 (ff. 30-44)Legislative powers of the English Church. Convocation of Canterburylate sixteenth-centuryMSS/3152/30-46
W.Temple 46, ff. 132-71William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury26 Nov 1920-24 Jan 1921W.Temple/1-62/46/132-71
Bell 199, ff. 188-9Correspondence with Claude JENKINS, regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934)1924Bell/184-368/196-201/199/188-9
LR/JCLAUDE JENKINS1909-1953LR/J
CM XIII/69Grant of administration. Oliver lord Protector grants to Elizabeth Vintner, widow, the administration of the goods of her late husband Thomas Vintner of Turvey, co. Bedford. 31 May 1654CM/13/69
MS 1947, ff.91-101Transcript by Montague Rhodes James, Provost of Eton, of Bodleian Library MS. Tanner 275, ff. 1-11, identifying items (Sancroft MSS) now in Lambeth Palace Library1922MSS/1947/91-101
Douglas 23, ff. 208-14, 224-5, 233, 239JENKINS, Canon Claude, Librarian, Lambeth Palace1926Douglas/23/208-14, 224-5, 233, 239
MS 2773 ff. 319, 343, 346, 349, 358Gladstone (Henry Neville), Baron Gladstone of HawardenMSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2773/319, 343, 346, 349, 358
MS 3215Letters from M.R. James1910-1939MSS/3215
MS 5050 Letters to Hilda Neal 1925-1947MSS/5050
CM XIII/71Informal summons to attend a view by the commissioners of sewers of Common Load, Stowebridge (in Stow Bardolph nr. Downham Mkt., Norfolk). Edmund Rolfe, on the instructions of Sir Thomas Hare and Sir Edward Turner, to Francis Thoresby esq. at Gaywood. 21 Oct. 1691. CM/13/71
LR/G/2 TODD CATALOGUE REVISIONc.1930-c.1939LR/G/2
LR/G/1 TODD CATALOGUE REVISIONc.1930-c.1939LR/G/1
MS 3100Album of photographs of the interior and exterior of Lambeth Palace and Lambeth Palace Library mainly during the archiepiscopate of Archbishop Randall Thomas Davidson.c. 1900-1940MSS/3100-3102/3100
LC 136 ff. 110-23Memorandum on the history of the Church of England in Bermuda by Claude Jenkins, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College, London.[1918] LC/1920/136/110-23
W.Temple 32, ff. 150-65LAMBETH PALACE LIBRARY23 May-13 Aug 1942W.Temple/1-62/32/150-65
MS 2551 ff. 224-230vLetters to Canon Bernard John Wigan1955-1962MSS/2551/224-230v
MS 3996Autograph Letters1558-1987MSS/3996
MS 2774 ff. 119, 147, 160, 228, 278, 293Gladstone (Henry Neville), Baron Gladstone of HawardenMSS/2758-2774/2771-2774/2774/119, 147, 160, 228, 278, 293
MS 2622 f. 367Jenkins (Revd. Claude), Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford1920MSS/2615-2650/2622/337-415/367
MS 1946 ff.225-298Papers about Lambeth degreesc1909-1950MSS/1946/225-298
MS 1973, ff.81-164Lambeth Palace and Library. 1825-1923MSS/1973/81-164
MS 1616-1620JENKINS PAPERS1901-1929MSS/1590-1679/1616-1679/1616-1629/1616-1620
MS 1634JENKINS PAPERS: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE1902-1958MSS/1590-1679/1616-1679/1634
Conv X/3Liturgy CommitteeConv/10/3
Douglas 76, f. 13Photograph of the Orthodox delegation to the 1930 Lambeth Conference at Canterbury1930Douglas/76/2-17/13
Douglas 76, f. 17Photograph of the Orthodox delegation to the 1930 Lambeth Conference at Canterbury1930Douglas/76/2-17/17
Douglas 77, f. 266Sixteenth centenary of Council of Nikaea celebrations. Group photograph at Lambeth Palace29 June 1925Douglas/77/244-66/266
LC 114 ff. 15-16, 47-61Letter and paper from JENKINS (Claude), regius professor of ecclesiastical history, Oxford (1934).1920LC/1920/114/15-16, 47-61
LR/L/19/6Former Librarians1929-1959LR/L/19/6
LR/L/19/10Watercolours1957-1960LR/L/19/10
LR/A/3LIBRARY ACCOUNTS1941-1953LR/A/3
Lang 129, ff. 41-86 passimUniversity of OXFORD - appointment of the regius professor of ecclesiastical history; Claude JENKINS, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford - appointment as professor1934Lang/1-186/129/41-86 passim
Lang 130, f. 374Appointment of the Dean of EXETER; Claude JENKINS, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Oxford - appointment as a canon of Canterbury1934Lang/1-186/130/374
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