Authorized Form of NameDiocese of Canterbury; Cathedral Church of Christ
Corporate NameDiocese of Canterbury
TypeOfEntityCorporate
CodeNA2931
SubordinateCathedral Church of Christ
OtherFormsOfNameCanterbury Cathedral

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LC 167 ff. 149-55Order of service in the cathedral for the reception of archbishops and bishops attending the Lambeth Conference.5 July 1930LC/1930/167/149-55
LC 140 no. 82Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1920LC/1920/140/82
LC 99 no. 39Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1908LC/1908/99/39
Lang 154, ff. 44-5CANTERBURY Cathedral1937Lang/1-186/154/44-5
LC 61 no. 26Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1897LC/1897/61/26
Lang 168, ff. 119-33Christmas crib in CANTERBURY Cathedral1939Lang/1-186/168/119-33
Lang 108, ff. 152-5CANTERBURY Cathedral1931Lang/1-186/108/152-5
Lang 98, ff. 6-13CANTERBURY Cathedral1929Lang/1-186/98/6-13
CM III/38Bond. Edward Robartes to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.CM/3/38
Lang 168, f. 134Air-raid precautions at CANTERBURY Cathedral1939Lang/1-186/168/134
Lang 149, ff. 58-83Use of vestments in CANTERBURY Cathedral1937Lang/1-186/149/58-83
LC 28 f. 20Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1888LC/1888/28/20
LC 98 f. 36Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1908LC/1908/98/36
Lang 130, ff. 42-5CANTERBURY Cathedral1934Lang/1-186/130/42-5
LC 188 ff. 37-43Order of service in Canterbury Cathedral.1948LC/1948/188/37-43
Lang 125, ff. 207-29Memorial to Archbishop Davidson in CANTERBURY Cathedral1934Lang/1-186/125/207-29
Bell 153, ff. 279-80CANTERBURY, cathedral1928Bell/118-183/150-157/153/279-80
Lang 95, ff. 148-60CANTERBURY Cathedral1929Lang/1-186/95/148-60
Lang 105, ff. 4-21HUGUENOTS - status of the Huguenot church in CANTERBURY Cathedral 1931Lang/1-186/105/4-21
Fisher 237, ff. 26-45Rumoured theft of stained glass from CANTERBURY Cathedral1959-1960Fisher/1-271/235-260/237/26-45
Fisher 254, ff. 224-9CANTERBURY Cathedral1960Fisher/1-271/235-260/254/224-9
VG 3/11c, ff.115-80CANTERBURY, Kent, Cathedral1902V/G/3/11/c/115-80
Lang 5, ff. 250-451 passim Revision of the statutes of CANTERBURY Cathedral Lang/1-186/5/250-451 passim
Fisher 112, ff. 243-9CANTERBURY CathedralFisher/1-271/112-117/112/243-9
Davidson 124, ff.372-85CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/372-85
Davidson 43, ff.1-70 passimMemorials to Archbishop Benson in CANTERBURY cathedral1896Davidson/27-217/43/1-70 passim
Benson 33 f.256Letters and papers on services in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1886Benson/33/256
Tait 192 ff. 196-211CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1873Tait/161-296/192/196-211
CM I/60/2Royal mandate for levy of residue of subsidy, addressed to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 17 July 1562CM/1/60/2
CM IV/82Bond to observe covenants. Thomas Lud, glazier, and Daniel Master, grocer, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 29 Nov. 1638.CM/4/82
CM III/54Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to William Tibball. 3 messuages in St. Mary Bredman, Canterbury. 31 March 1620CM/3/54
Tait 228 ff. 269-278Correspondence on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY Cathedral1877Tait/161-296/228/269-278
CM IV/85Bond to observe covenants. Henry Cocke of Mongeham to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.24 Dec. 1630.CM/4/85
Tait 188 ff. 38-42CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1873Tait/161-296/188/38-42
CM IV/93Bond to observe covenants. John Morgan, cordwainer, and Thomas Ranton to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.3 July 1638CM/4/93
CM III/78Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Sir Edward Hales, 3½a. of arable and 7a. of wood called Pipars on the denn of Iggleden in Tenterden. 7 Dec. 1614CM/3/78
Davidson 8/61, 63Erection of a memorial to Archbishop Davidson in CANTERBURY cathedralDavidson/1-26/8/61, 63
CM IV/81Bond to observe covenants. Christopher White and John Meriam, mercers, of Canterbury to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 29 June 1638CM/4/81
CM III/39Bond. Melchisadec Keene, glasier, and Daniel Wilkinson, goldsmith, to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury14 Dec. 1602CM/3/39
CM III/59Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Berry, 2 messuages in Angel Lane, Canterbury22 Dec. 1631CM/3/59
CM III/68Counterpart lease for 30 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Francis Plumer, lay clerk, messuage in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury2 July 1640CM/3/68
Davidson 91, ff.318-28CANTERBURY cathedral1904Davidson/27-217/91/318-28
Tait 216 ff. 127-155Correspondence on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY Cathedral1876Tait/161-296/216/127-155
VG 3/9c, ff.335-400CANTERBURY, Kent, Cathedral1893V/G/3/9/c/335-400
Ramsey 33, ff. 261-89Correspondence and papers on the appointment and tenure of the Dean of CANTERBURY1963Ramsey/4-287/1963/33/261-89
Tait 206 ff. 361-373CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1875Tait/161-296/206/361-373
Tait 206 ff. 374-380Correspondence on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY Cathedral1875Tait/161-296/206/374-380
CM IV/83Bond to observe covenants. William Clegat and John Lee, haberdasher, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.25 June 1638CM/4/83
CM IV/94Bond to observe covenants. William Sumner and John Sumner to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.10 Jan. 1640.CM/4/94
Davidson 121, ff.181-4Appointment of Six Preachers in CANTERBURY cathedral1906Davidson/27-217/121/181-4
Davidson 91, ff.329-44CANTERBURY cathedral1904Davidson/27-217/91/329-44
F. Temple 20, ff. 14-17CANTERBURY, Cathedral Church of Christ Church.1898F.Temple/20/14-17
CM IV/87Bond to observe covenants. Richard Cheevers, glover, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.25 June 1638.CM/4/87
Davidson 124, ff.415-17CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/415-17
CM IV/92Bond to observe covenants. Richard Kennard gent, and Michael Branthwaite to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury3 Oct. 1617CM/4/92
Davidson 100, ff.391-3, 397-400CANTERBURY cathedral1905Davidson/27-217/100/391-3, 397-400
Davidson 139, ff.252-60CANTERBURY cathedral1908Davidson/27-217/139/252-60
Davidson 198, ff.272-7Restoration of Archbishop Stratford's tomb in CANTERBURY cathedral1920Davidson/27-217/198/272-7
Davidson 100, ff.394-6CANTERBURY cathedral1905Davidson/27-217/100/394-6
Tait 246 ff. 150-61Correspondence on the endowments of CANTERBURY Cathedral1879Tait/161-296/246/150-61
Davidson 124, ff.393-6CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/393-6
VG 3/10c, ff.219-72CANTERBURY, Kent, Cathedral1898V/G/3/10/c/219-72
Benson 12 ff.185-92Correspondence on complaints about CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1884Benson/12/185-92
Lang 131, ff. 396-400Revision of the statutes of CANTERBURY Cathedral1935Lang/1-186/131/396-400
Benson 127 ff.141-6Letters and papers on services in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1894Benson/127/141-6
CM IV/125Bond to observe covenants. Markes Berry and his sons, William and John, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.6 Dec. 1600.CM/4/125
Benson 127 ff.154-66, 175-89Letters and papers on the finances of CANTERBURY Cathedral1894Benson/127/154-66, 175-89
Tait 387/11CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1879Tait/307-389/387/11
CM I/1Confirmation by Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to William Dell of a grant made by Archbishop Bancroft. 13 Feb. 1607-8.13 Feb 1608CM/1/1
Tait 216 ff. 125-126CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral[1876]Tait/161-296/216/125-126
CM IV/105Bond to observe covenants. John Cole gent., of Westminster, and Edward Norden gent., to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.25 June 1638CM/4/105
CM IV/106Bond to observe covenants. Vincent Benskin of Woodnesburrow alias Winsburrow in Kent and Richard Inge of Petham, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.8 July 1636CM/4/106
Tait 173 ff. 1-17CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1871Tait/161-296/173/1-17
CM III/74Counterpart lease for 35 years. 26 June 1639CM/3/74
Benson 21 ff.1-7CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1885Benson/21/1-7
Benson 135 ff.76-81CANTERBURY, Cathedral1895Benson/135/76-81
CM III/77Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Randall Ludd, glazier, tenement in St. Andrew, Canterbury.15 July 1606CM/3/77
Benson 89 ff.377-95Letters on Archbishop Hubert WALTER's tomb in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1890Benson/89/377-95
Benson 115 ff.38-9Letters and papers on memorials in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1893Benson/115/38-9
Fisher 88, ff. 83-7Complaints concerning the infrequency of episcopal consecrations in CANTERBURY Cathedral1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/88/83-7
CM IV/99Bond to observe covenants. Laurence Viner of Beakesbourne to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 31 March 1620CM/4/99
Benson 127 ff.91-140CANTERBURY, Cathedral1894Benson/127/91-140
Davidson 124, ff.402-14CANTERBURY cathedral1901-1902Davidson/27-217/124/402-14
Davidson 124, ff.386-7CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/386-7
Davidson 126, ff.286-91Tomb of Odet de Coligny in CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/126/286-91
Bell 343, ff. 33-158 passimCANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, in the city of CANTERBURYBell/184-368/342-355/343/33-158 passim
Arches H 80/1-12BROWN V VYNER1805-1807Arches/H/80
Lang 131, ff. 363-71CANTERBURY Cathedral1935Lang/1-186/131/363-71
Davidson 110, ff.293-306Restoration of Archbishop Stratford's tomb in CANTERBURY cathedral1905Davidson/27-217/110/293-306
Lang 97, ff. 252-9CANTERBURY Cathedral1929Lang/1-186/97/252-9
Benson 83 ff.71-90Letters and papers on Archbishop Benson and CANTERBURY Cathedral1890Benson/83/71-90
Davidson 214, f.174CANTERBURY cathedral1927Davidson/27-217/214/174
Benson 143 ff.127-32CANTERBURY, Cathedral1896Benson/143/127-32
CM III/41Bond. George Elvyn, innholder, to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 11 Jan. 1604-5.11 Jan. 1605.CM/3/41
Davidson 113, ff.90-7CANTERBURY cathedral library1906Davidson/27-217/113/90-7
Davidson 161, ff.330-3Distribution of grants by ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS. 1910Davidson/27-217/161/330-3
Davidson 124, ff.397-401CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/397-401
CM IV/117Bond to observe covenants. Thomas Banister of Faversham, blacksmith, and Henry Gray, smith, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.20 Dec. 1628CM/4/117
Lang 131, ff. 372-95CANTERBURY Cathedral1935Lang/1-186/131/372-95
CM III/85Bond. John Hales to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 15 Aug. 1587CM/3/85
Tait 216 ff. 107-124CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1876Tait/161-296/216/107-124
Tait 258 ff. 357-62SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury1880Tait/161-296/258/357-62
Davidson 91, ff.376-81CANTERBURY cathedral1904Davidson/27-217/91/376-81
Tait 98 ff. 89-90RAWLINSON (George), Canon of Canterbury1878Tait/76-104/98/89-90
CM IV/110Bond to observe covenants. John Tunstall of Carshalton, Surrey and John Steward of London, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.29 May 1618CM/4/110
CM IV/114Bond to observe covenants. John Cartwright, cordwainer, and John Roiston, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 10 Jan. 1641-2.10 Jan. 1642.CM/4/114
CM III/47Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Israel Pownell, notary public, house in the Mint Canterbury.4 April 1622.CM/3/47
Fisher 221, ff. 96-138Purchase of Greyfriars, CANTERBURY, by the dean and chapter of CANTERBURY Cathedral1958-1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/221/96-138
Lang 105, ff. 22-30CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of the dean; Hewlett JOHNSON, Dean of Canterbury - appointment as dean1931Lang/1-186/105/22-30
Lang 170, f. 293CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons1939Lang/1-186/170/293
CM III/81Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Markes Berrie, tenement in St. Andrew, Canterbury. 15 July 1605CM/3/81
CM III/21Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter to William Johnson, tenement in St. George Canterbury. 11 Jan. 1607-811 Jan. 1608CM/3/21
CM III/71Counterpart lease6 July 1618CM/3/71
CM IV/90Bond to observe covenants. Martha Purser, widow, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.10 Dec. 1641.CM/4/90
CM IV/119Bond to observe covenants. Sir Thomas Smith of London, Sir John Scot of Scotshall, Kent and Richard Smith of Leeds Castle, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 20 Jan. 1615-1620 Jan. 1616CM/4/119
CM IV/84Bond to observe covenants. Daniel Rucke of Chartham to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.29 Nov. 1637.CM/4/84
CM I/7Confirmation by Dean and Chapter of grant of stewardship of Archbishop's manors to Francis Barton and John Crane. 30 Nov. 1635CM/1/7
CM III/42Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to George Elvin, messuage in Angel Lane in St. Andrew's parish Canterbury. 12 Jan. 1604-5.12 Jan. 1605.CM/3/42
CM II/89Accounts of Anthony Huse esq., collector for institutions of benefices for the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury during the vacancy of the archiepiscopal see. 1558-91559CM/2/89
CM III/50Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Reade of Folkestone, 2 messuages in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury. 26 Jan. 1620-1.26 Jan. 1621.CM/3/50
CM III/46Counterpart lease for 40 years. 20 March 1617 - 10 Feb. 1631CM/3/46
Benson 69 ff.234-9Correspondence and papers on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1889Benson/69/234-9
CM IV/115Bond to observe covenants. John Lade, alderman, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.30 June 1638.CM/4/115
Benson 116 ff.345-52Letters and papers on memorials in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1893Benson/116/345-52
Benson 55 ff.419-20SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury.1888Benson/55/419-20
CM III/67Portion of lease. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Joseph Colfe1618CM/3/67
Benson 3 ff.206-36CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1883Benson/3/206-36
Bell 154, ff. 1-48 passim, 95-175 passimCANTERBURY, cathedral1928-1929Bell/118-183/150-157/154/1-48 passim, 95-175 passim
Bell 368, f. 279LAMB (Rev. Wilfrid Leslie Lamb)1959Bell/184-368/367-368/368/279
CM III/75Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Paul Barret, yeoman, 2 messuages in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury. 26 Nov. 1615CM/3/75
Bell 196-201Correspondence as dean of CanterburyBell/184-368/196-201
Bell 153, f. 268Protest against the performance of plays in CANTERBURY cathedral1928Bell/118-183/150-157/153/268
Davidson 148, ff.1-7CANTERBURY cathedral1908Davidson/27-217/148/1-7
MS 1357STATUTES OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL[1636-1637]MSS/1357
Runcie/SPEECH/147Christmas 198925 Dec 1989Runcie/SPEECH/147
CM 39/3Counterpart lease of property in Canterbury29 Sep 1578CM/39/3
CM 45/14Grant of the joint office of Principal Registrar1708CM/45/14
Davidson 138, ff.74-8Identification of tapestries from CANTERBURY cathedral1908Davidson/27-217/138/74-8
CM IV/120Bond to observe covenants. 15 July 1605CM/4/120
CM I/28A confirmation by Dean and Chapter of Canterbury (for CM I/29)6 Dec. 1589 CM/1/28
CM IV/141Bond to the Queen to observe covenants. John Jeffery, musician, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 1 July 1603.CM/4/141
Runcie/SPEECH/215Easter 19831983Runcie/SPEECH/215
CM III/26Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Thomas Ferrar, tailor, tenement in St. Andrew Canterbury20 July 1619CM/3/26
Bell 342, ff. 119-208CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, in the city of CANTERBURY1925-1927Bell/184-368/342-355/342/119-208
CM III/79Bond. William Keene, glazier, and Stephen Gyles to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 10 Feb. 1605-610 Feb. 1606CM/3/79
Bell 264Prayer manual: List of daily prayers and intercessions: Canterbury1920sBell/184-368/239-298/264
Tait 89 ff. 155-6SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury1871Tait/76-104/89/155-6
Davidson 100, ff.401-16CANTERBURY cathedral1905Davidson/27-217/100/401-16
MS 1486-1487Transcript of Register Q of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, being the register "sede vacante" after the death of Archbishop Peckham. The transcript is by W. P. Blore, librarian to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.1937MSS/1486-1487
CM I/3Confirmation by Dean and Chapter of Canterbury of a grant to Nicholas Weston and Thomas Bowcher1 Aug. 1608CM/1/3
Bell 350, ff. 33-44CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, in the city of CANTERBURY1952Bell/184-368/342-355/350/33-44
CM III/29Counterpart lease for 30 years. 4 July 1637CM/3/29
Ramsey 175, ff.6, 8-13, 23-40, 49-64, 88, 97 Correspondence on the celebration of a Roman Catholic Mass in the precincts of the cathedral of CANTERBURY1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/175/6, 8-13, 23-40, 49-64, 88, 97
Tait 79 ff. 335-6STANLEY (Arthur Penrhyn), Dean of Westminster1862Tait/76-104/79/335-6
CM IV/112Bond to observe covenants. William Gibbons gent, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 26 June 1641.CM/4/112
MS 582 pag. 129Excerpta ex Registro ejusdem Ecclesiae [Canterbury Cathedral] agente de vacatione Sedis Archiepiscopalis post attincturam et deprivationem Thomas Cranmer, Archiepiscopi. MSS/582/42
MS 582 pag. 132Excerpta ex Registro Ecclesiae Cant. agente de rebus ejusdem circa Annum 1544. MSS/582/45
CM III/31Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Joseph Colfe, junior, apothecary. 2 tenements in St. Mary Bredman. 10 Dec. 1618.CM/3/31
Benson 21 ff.8-15CANTERBURY, Cathedraln.d.Benson/21/8-15
MS 594 pag. 149Collectanea de Manerio et Ecclesicâ de Chartham ex quodam Ecclesiae Cantuar Registro. MSS/594/87
CM III/55Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Peter Bull, woollen draper, messuage in St. Andrew Canterbury2 Sep. 1613.CM/3/55
CM III/18Bond to observe covenants. William Whiting, alderman, of Canterbury, to Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.20 Nov. 1634CM/3/18
CM VI/64Abstracts of 3 deeds of 1542-3, 1606-7 and 1614, relating to lands of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury in Great Chart, showing the boundaries.c. 1640CM/6/64
CM III/33Counterpart lease for 40 years. 31 March 1620CM/3/33
CM III/23Counterpart lease for 40 years. 12 Aug. 1605CM/3/23
CM III/69Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Joseph Colfe, junior, messuage in St. Alphege, Canterbury. 10 Dec. 1618.CM/3/69
Fisher 130, ff. 369-73CANTERBURY Cathedral1953Fisher/1-271/118-133/130/369-73
Davidson 3/34Appointment of Six Preachers in CANTERBURY cathedral 1882Davidson/1-26/3/34
Douglas 2, ff. 151-5, 162-4, 166-7, 171CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL. 1930Douglas/2/151-5, 162-4, 166-7, 171
CM III/86Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Hales, gent., fresh and salt marshes in Sharlesmore. 15 Aug. 1587CM/3/86
CM IV/108Bond to observe covenants. Roger Simpson, ironmonger, and William his son, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.26 Nov. 1640CM/4/108
CM III/17Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Sir Edward Hales, Le Park in Tenterden, Kent. 1 June 1629CM/3/17
CM IV/128Bond to the Queen to remain in England. Gilbert Welles esq. of Brambridge, Hants., to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 25 Nov. 1594.CM/4/128
CM III/19Counterpart lease for 38 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to William Whiting, 2 messuages in Burgate Canterbury. 20 Nov. 1634.CM/3/19
CM IV/98Bond to observe covenants. John Cartwright, cordwainer, and John Royston, tailor, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 10 Jan. 1641-210 Jan. 1642CM/4/98
CM III/73Counterpart lease for 35 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John, messuage in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury. 26 Jan. 1619-2026 Jan.1620CM/3/73
CM IV/123Bond to observe covenants. Markes Berry, mayor, Thomas his son and Simon Pennie, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 1 March 1607-81 March 1608CM/4/123
Arches A 20COTTERELL V BASSETT1690Arches/A/20/61
CM VI/65Copy of chancery decree concerning pension payable out of manor of Charton in parish of Farningham, Kent, claimed by Dean and Chapter of Canterbury against Sir Anthony Roper. 4 Nov. 1622CM/6/65
CM III/25Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Ralf White, apothecary, messuage in St. Andrew Canterbury.29 Nov. 1633CM/3/25
Runcie/SPEECH/213Easter 19811981Runcie/SPEECH/213
Runcie/SPEECH/148Christmas [1990][1990]Runcie/SPEECH/148
CM II/93The rejoinder of Sir Anthony Roper to the defence of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury in a Chancery case.1621CM/2/93
Runcie/SPEECH/94Canterbury Cathedral: St. Alban's Day22 Jun 1986Runcie/SPEECH/94
CM I/4bConfirmation by Dean and Chapter of Canterbury of a grant by Archbishop Abbot to E. Scott of Lambeth, his treasurer and servant, of office of clerk, scribe and registrar of faculties (CM I/5)[c1624]CM/1/4b
CM III/5Memorandum of the liberties of Hadleigh and Monks Hadleigh.Late 16th centuryCM/3/5
CM III/87Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Markes Berrie, 1 rood in Wyndcheape in St. Mildred's parish. 1 March 1605-6.1 March 1606CM/3/87
CM III/65Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to William Denne, yeoman, 24a. called Monkelandes in St. Mary Bredman, Canterbury. 1 Feb. 1605-6.1 Feb. 1606.CM/3/65
CM III/72Counterpart lease for 30 years. 29 Nov. 1637CM/3/72
CM IV/127Bond to observe covenants. Randall Ludd, glazier, and Henry Hame, joiner, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.17 April 1601CM/4/127
CM IV/101Bond to observe covenants. Randall Ludd, glazier, Thomas Brancor, linen-draper, and John Lopham, haberdasher, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.15 July 1606CM/4/101
CM IV/109Bond to observe covenants. Suzanne Ludd, widow, and John Ludd M.A. and John Lapham, haberdasher, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. Aug. 1612 (?)CM/4/109
CM IV/91Bond to observe covenants. Peter Webster, citizen and clothworker, of London, and Martha Purser to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury 10 Nov. 1640CM/4/91
Fisher 193, ff. 212-28CANTERBURY Cathedral; Diocese of CANTERBURY1957Fisher/1-271/183-194/193/212-28
Davidson 51, ff.231-3Memorials to BENSON (Edward White), archbishop of Canterbury1898Davidson/27-217/51/231-3
CM IV/103Bond to observe covenants. Policarp Tangett, notary public and Charles Barham, innholder, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.29 Nov. 1637.CM/4/103
CM IV/100Bond to observe covenants. Joseph Coif, apothecary, Thomas Stowe, barber, and Charles Coif, grocer, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 6 July 1618CM/4/100
Benson 12 ff.183-4SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury.1884Benson/12/183-4
Davidson 124, ff.388-92FRENCH REFORMED CHURCHES - Relations with the Church of England 1907Davidson/27-217/124/388-92
Lang 169, ff. 135-8CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons; William Edward DANIELS, Vicar of St. George the Martyr, Deal, Kent - requests the title canon emeritus1939Lang/1-186/169/135-8
Lang 141, ff. 59-61Alterations in the order of service for matins and evensong in CANTERBURY Cathedral1936Lang/1-186/141/59-61
Lang 151, ff. 279-82St. Thomas BECKET, Archbishop of Canterbury1937Lang/1-186/151/279-82
Fisher 27, ff. 75-6CANTERBURY Cathedral1947Fisher/1-271/23-38/27/75-6
Fisher 70, ff. 311-21CANTERBURY Cathedral; Diocese of CANTERBURY1950Fisher/1-271/67-78/70/311-21
Runcie/SPEECH/214Easter 19821982Runcie/SPEECH/214
Runcie/SPEECH/220Easter 19881988Runcie/SPEECH/220
CM III/82Counterpart lease for 21 years. 20 July 1609.CM/3/82
VG 1/7 f 89Paul, George, LL.D.1715V/G/1/7/89-a
Tait 228 ff. 365-8SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury1877Tait/161-296/228/365-8
Davidson 14, ff.318-65 passimCANTERBURY cathedral - Appointment of the dean1924Davidson/1-26/14/318-65 passim
CM IV/95Bond to observe covenants. Edward Claxton, clothworker, and Richard Maye, goldsmith, both of London to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.9 Dec. 1620CM/4/95
Bell 167Broadcasting1925 - 1957Bell/118-183/167
MS 952MISCELLANY1349-1756MSS/952
CM III/63Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Purser, messuage in St. Mary at Northgate, Canterbury.24 May 1626CM/3/63
CM IV/79Bond to the Queen to observe covenants. . John Watson, chemist, and Joseph Bulkeley, stationer, of Canterbury to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.29 Nov. 1637CM/4/79
CM III/24Counterpart lease for 36 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Jefferie, musician, 3 messuages in St. Mary Magdalen Canterbury. 1July 1603 CM/3/24
CM IV/102Bond to observe covenants. John Meriam, mercer, and Christopher White, mercer, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.30 June 1638CM/4/102
CM III/76Counterpart lease for 28 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Lade, alderman, messuage in St. Andrew, Canterbury. 30 June 1638CM/3/76
CM III/80Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to William Keene, glazier, tenement in St. Andrew, Canterbury. 10 Feb. 1605-6.10 Feb. 1606CM/3/80
CM III/60Counterpart lease for 40 years. 2 Sep. 1626CM/3/60
CM IV/78Bond to the Queen to observe covenants. John Watson, chemist, and Joseph Bulkeley, stationer, of Canterbury to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.29 Nov. 1637CM/4/78
CM IV/111Bond to observe covenants. William Terry, vintner, and John Cartwright, yeoman, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.27 June 1627.CM/4/111
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Runcie/SPEECH/222Easter 19901990Runcie/SPEECH/222
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CM IV/97Bond to seek institution. Anthony Cooper, clerk, M.A., presented by them to the vicarage of Deopham, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.27 June 1642CM/4/97
CM IV/104Bond to observe covenants. Agnes Cheever, spinster, and Richard Cheever, glazier, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.2 Nov. 1633.CM/4/104
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CM IV/126Bond to observe covenants. Margaret Walsall, widow, of Maidstone and William Streeter, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury24 June 1629CM/4/126
Davidson 137, ff.25-39UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Davidson/27-217/137/25-39
Runcie/SPEECH/219Easter 19871987Runcie/SPEECH/219
Runcie/SPEECH/90Canterbury Advent Carol Service1 Dec 1986Runcie/SPEECH/90
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Runcie/SPEECH/146Christmas 198825 Dec 1988Runcie/SPEECH/146
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Davidson 149, ff.290-1CANTERBURY cathedral - Appointment of canons1908Davidson/27-217/149/290-1
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CM III/37Counterpart lease for 40 years. 22 Jan. 1616CM/3/37
CM III/52Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to James Rawlinson gent, messuage in St. Alphege, Canterbury.10 Dec. 1616.CM/3/52
CM III/62Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Christopher Walker, 3 messuages in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury20 Aug. 1604CM/3/62
CM III/53Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Thomas Brett, tailor, tenement in St. Mary Mag., Canterbury. 10 Dec. 1616CM/3/53
CM IV/118Bond to observe covenants. John Wylde knight, Philemon Pownall, clerk, and George Wylkins gent, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.20 Aug. 1607CM/4/118
MS 1111PRIVILEGES OF THE ARCHBISHOPRIC OF CANTERBURY18th centuryMSS/1111
FP Porteus 19, ff.181-94 passimCANTERBURY cathedral - correspondence on the effect of legislation on the office of treasurer1804FP/Porteus/19/181-94 passim
Lang 149, ff. 21-57CANTERBURY Cathedral1937Lang/1-186/149/21-57
Bell 354, ff. 1-7Bell's memorial address on Arthur James MASON, canon of Canterbury, in CANTERBURY CATHEDRALApril 1928Bell/184-368/342-355/354/1-7
Lang 117, ff. 1-2Non-Anglicans invited to preach in CANTERBURY Cathedral, including Dr. George Sherwood EDDY1933Lang/1-186/117/1-2
Lang 141, ff. 62-100 passimCANTERBURY Cathedral1936Lang/1-186/141/62-100 passim
Lang 147, ff. 59-64 passim CANTERBURY Cathedral1936Lang/1-186/147/59-64 passim
Fisher 215, ff. 68-83Criticism of the acoustics in CANTERBURY Cathedral1955-1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/215/68-83
F. Temple 21, ff. 97-8CANTERBURY, Cathedral Church of Christ Church, Dean and Chapter.1899F.Temple/21/97-8
Fisher 55, ff. 27-9Complaints concerning the infrequency of episcopal consecrations in CANTERBURY Cathedral1949Fisher/1-271/51-66/55/27-9
CM IV/89Bond to observe covenants. John Lespine, merchant, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury10 Dec. 1641CM/4/89
CM IV/124Bond to observe covenants. Ralph White, apothecary, and George Seath, apothecary, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 9 Nov. 1633CM/4/124
CM III/40Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Melchisadec Keene, messuage in St. Andrew Canterbury. 6 Jan. 1600-16 Jan. 1601CM/3/40
CM I/53Consent as patrons to unions involving St. George, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Mary Bredman, St. Andrew. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 13 March 1681-2.13 March 1682CM/1/53
F. Temple 56, ff. 341-4CANTERBURY, Cathedral Church of Christ Church, Dean and Chapter; CANTERBURY, Diocese of: Archbishop's visitation of.1902F.Temple/56/341-4
Fisher 56, ff. 88-92, 345-8CANTERBURY Cathedral1949Fisher/1-271/51-66/56/88-92, 345-8
Fisher 83, ff. 188-96Administration of the Lamont fund for the restoration of CANTERBURY Cathedral1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/83/188-96
CM IV/80Bond to the Queen to observe covenants. John Watson, chemist, and Joseph Bulkeley, stationer, of Canterbury to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. 29 Nov. 1637CM/4/80
CM III/35Counterpart lease for 21 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Markes Berry, alderman, meadow called Maiden Bower in Canterbury. 26 Nov. 1613.CM/3/35
Davidson 11/92-5CANTERBURY cathedral - Appointment of the dean1924Davidson/1-26/11/92-5
Benson 135 ff.82-5MITCHINSON (John) , former Bishop of Barbados and the Windward Islands1895Benson/135/82-5
CM III/22Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to Marckes Berry, alderman of Canterbury. Berry covenants to rebuild a stable.Dec 1600CM/3/22
CM IV/116Bond to observe covenants. Francis Plomer, lay clerk, and Thomas Tonstall, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.2 July 1640.CM/4/116
Tait 280 ff. 232-237Correspondence on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY Cathedral1882Tait/161-296/280/232-237
Fisher 200, ff. 199-200CANTERBURY Cathedral1958Fisher/1-271/199-212/200/199-200
CM IV/107Bond to observe covenants. John Fagg of Brenset and Henry Maxsled of Chartham, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.30 June 1635.CM/4/107
Ramsey 172, f.274Cathedral of CANTERBURY1969Ramsey/4-287/1969/172/274
Ramsey 168, ff.281, 291-3Correspondence and papers on a service for the Serbian Orthodox Patriarch of Belgrade in the cathedral of CANTERBURY1969Ramsey/4-287/1969/168/281, 291-3
Benson 135 ff.40-3, 440-2Correspondence and papers on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1895Benson/135/40-3. 440-2
W.Temple 8, ff. 282-9CANTERBURY Cathedral18 Feb 1943-31 Jan 1944W.Temple/1-62/8/282-9
W.Temple 8, ff. 290-8CANTERBURY Cathedral4, 10 Aug 1944W.Temple/1-62/8/290-8
Davidson 154, ff.131-44CANTERBURY cathedral1909Davidson/27-217/154/131-44
Tait 217 ff. 363-369, 371-382Correspondence on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY Cathedral1876Tait/161-296/217/363-369, 371-382
Tait 246 ff. 264-79CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1872Tait/161-296/246/264-79
Tait 263 ff. 198-9SMITH (Benjamin Frederick), Vicar of Rusthall, Kent; Archdeacon of Maidstone (1887)1879Tait/161-296/263/198-9
Ramsey 126, ff.113-16BROADCASTING; Correspondence on a proposed television programme on the cathedral of CANTERBURY to be broadcast in the GERMAN FEDERAL REPUBLIC1968Ramsey/4-287/1968/126/113-16
CM III/28Counterpart lease for 40 years. 3 Oct. 1617CM/3/28
CM XVI/12A paper file of 24 pages, sewn at the top and in many cases partially torn away, containing memoranda relating to the estates of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.c. 1570-1590CM/16/12
Benson 12 ff.175-82Correspondence and papers on the French Protestant church in CANTERBURY, Cathedral.1884Benson/12/175-82
CM IV/86Bond to observe covenants. William Ansloe, labourer, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.10 Dec. 1640.CM/4/86
Benson 115 f.37SMITH (Benjamin Frederick), Archdeacon of Maidstone.1893Benson/115/37
MS 3208 (ff. 5-18)Papers1838-1839MSS/3208/5-18
W.Temple 8, ff. 199-281CANTERBURY Cathedral5 Feb-30 Sep 1943W.Temple/1-62/8/199-281
MS 1356STATUTES OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL[1541-1637]MSS/1356
MS 2203, ff.278-281Letter from Isabella Harrison, wife of Archdeacon Benjamin Harrison, giving an account of the funeral at Canterbury of William Grant Broughton, Bishop of Sydney and Metropolitan of Australia8 March 1853MSS/2184-2213/2203/278-281
MS 2168, ff.125v-127List [by Gibson] of the Deans and Canons of Canterbury, Westminster, Windsor, Worcester, and Christ Church, Oxford MSS/2168/125v-127
MS 2797 ff. 57-78Report by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard, antiquary, on the records in the Dean and Chapter Library in CanterburyJanuary 1880 MSS/2797/57-78
CM III/44Counterpart lease for 40 years. Dean and Chapter of Canterbury to John Purser, grocer, messuage and garden in Broad Street, Canterbury20 Nov. 1619CM/3/44
Bell 191Correspondence on Bell's appointment as dean1924Bell/184-368/191
Ramsey 21, f. 118Archbishop William Temple's episcopal ring deposited in CANTERBURY cathedral; letter on the death of Mervyn George HAIGH, former bishop of Winchester1962Ramsey/4-287/1962/21/118
Arches B 12/10COTTERELL V BASSETT1690Arches/B/12/10
Bell 153, ff. 1-4, 8, 10-21, 26-9, 32-3, 36-8, 41, 44-91Staging of Charles A. Clay(e)'s Pageant of the holy nativity in CANTERBURY cathedral1925-1926Bell/118-183/150-157/153/1-4, 8, 10-21, 26-9, 32-3, 36-8, 41, 44-91
Arches C 2 f.440COTTERELL V BASSETT1690Arches/C/2/440
Arches A 19COLLINS V JONES1690Arches/A/19/71
CM XIII/26Parliamentary survey and contract for sale to John Adryan [Adrian], merchant, of London, of the manor of Monken Court in Eythorne, Kent, parcel of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.25 April 1650CM/13/26
Coggan 45, ff.268-330United States, visit to in September 197617 Mar-8 Nov 1976Coggan/4-220/26-46/45/268-330
Arches Aaa 37BROWN V VYNER1805-1807Arches/Aaa/37/a16
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Runcie/SPEECH/141Christmas 198325-26 Dec 1983Runcie/SPEECH/141
MS 4931Scrapbook1963-1968MSS/4929-4935/4931
MS 4935Miscellaneous press cuttings, photographs, and other papers and ephemera relating to Archbishop Ramsey and his wife, including material postdating his retirement as Archbishop 1964-2012MSS/4929-4935/4935
MS 1155ARCHBISHOPS OF CANTERBURY1746-1767MSS/1155
MS 1744PHOTOGRAPHS OF CATHEDRALS AND CLERGYc. 1873-1874MSS/1744-1745/1744
MS 841MISCELLANYsixteenth century-1714MSS/841
Davidson 5/20CANTERBURY cathedral - Appointment of the dean 1903Davidson/1-26/5/20
Ramsey 175, ff.14-19, 41-8Diocese of CANTERBURY1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/175/14-19, 41-8
Runcie/SPEECH/218Easter 19861986Runcie/SPEECH/218
Benson 33 ff.229-55BAILEY (Henry), Rector of West Tarring w. Durrington, Sussex - Correspondence on the endowment of a canonry at Canterbury1886Benson/33/229-55
Reg. SumnerRegister of John Bird Sumner1848-1862V/A/37Sumner
CM III/49Counterpart lease for 40 years. 8 Oct, 1610CM/3/49
Bell 190, ff. 70-6Order of service for the consecration of Lionel Payne CRAWFURD, suffragan bishop of Stafford, and Edward Latham BEVAN, suffragan bishop of Swansea, and (1923) bishop of Swansea and Brecon, at CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL, in the city of CANTERBURY1915 Bell/184-368/190/70-6
CM III/14Return by Stephen Thornherst to Baron Hales about the boundaries of Ketemarshe and the boundaries of the plot there belonging to the Prior and Convent of Canterbury measured 18 December 1529. 1529CM/3/14
CM III/51Declaration by Sir Richard Smithe, executor of Sir John Smithe, that in receiving a lease (Monkton and Thorndon) from Dean and Chapter of Canterbury he is acting merely as executor and guardian of the heir of Sir John Smithe. 23 April 1616CM/3/51
HERRING 3THOMAS HERRING, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY1750-1756HERRING/3
CM 28/8Return of the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury of the brief for the Machanes captives1700CM/28/8
MS 728STATUTES OF CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL1636-19th centuryMSS/728
Reg. TempleRegister of Frederick Temple1896-1902V/A/41Temple
CFR RC 123Relations With Roman Catholics In Individual Countries: National Dialogues: Belgium: Contacts: Archbishop Danneels1980-1981CFR/6/3/4/123
MS 1226RECORDS OF CANTERBURYMSS/1225-1226/1226
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CM III/57Counterpart lease for 21 years. 25 Nov. 1613CM/3/57
HERRING 4THOMAS HERRING, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY1754HERRING/4
CFR CFR 42Archbishops of Canterbury: Archbishop Runcie: enthronement1979-1980CFR/1/3/42
MS 3563Miscellaneous Papers1600-1943MSS/3563
MS 675CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL STATUTES[1585-1586]MSS/675
Reg. LongleyRegister of Charles Thomas Longley1862-1868V/A/38Longley
Runcie/MAIN/1985/63Canterbury diocese1985Runcie/MAIN/1985/63
Benson 55 ff.361-83CHARITY COMMISSION1887-1888Benson/55/361-83
Benson 62 ff.1-17SHEPPARD (Joseph Brigstocke), historian. 1888Benson/62/1-17
Benson 119 ff.39-43SMITH (Robert Payne), Dean of Canterbury.1893Benson/119/39-43
Davidson 84, ff.56-9CANTERBURY cathedral - Appointment of canons1904Davidson/27-217/84/56-9
Davidson 519, ff.1-239Memorials to BENSON (Edward White), archbishop of CanterburyDavidson/517-523/519/1-239
Davidson 803, ff.32-69Tributes and memorials to DAVIDSON (Randall Thomas), archbishop of Canterbury. Davidson/799-805/803/32-69
Fisher 215, ff. 84-90FELLOWSHIP OF ST. ALBAN AND ST. SERGIUS - requests permission to use the Eastern Orthodox liturgy in Anglican church1959Fisher/1-271/213-234/215/84-90
Lang 114, ff. 312-15SALVATION ARMY - sermon in Canterbury Cathedral by an Army officer1932Lang/1-186/114/312-15
Lang 170, ff. 229-40 passimHUGUENOTS - status of the Huguenot church in CANTERBURY Cathedral; Herbert Hensley HENSON, Bishop of Durham - writes 'The Church of England' 1939-1940Lang/1-186/170/229-40 passim
Lang 174, ff. 196-8CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons; Claude Spencer Thomas WATKINS, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Folkestone, Kent - appointment as an honorary canon of Canterbury1939Lang/1-186/174/196-8
Bell 153, ff. 54-298 passimCANTERBURY, cathedral1927-1928Bell/118-183/150-157/153/54-298 passim
Bell 192Correspondence and papers of G.K.A. Bell concerning the dean and chapter of Canterbury1920-1929Bell/184-368/192
Bell 193-195Correspondence on Canterbury Cathedral1919-1940Bell/184-368/193-195
Bell 203Bell's appointment as Bishop of Chichester1929Bell/184-368/203
CM III/83Counterpart lease for 40 years. 24 June 1629CM/3/83
CM III/70Counterpart lease for 21 years. 24 June 1634CM/3/70
CM IV/122Bond to observe covenants. James Rawleson gent., of Higham, co. Kent and Piers Rawlinson (sic) gent., to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury10 Dec. 1616.CM/4/122
CM IV/113Bond to observe covenants. William Whiting, linen-draper, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury.1640CM/4/113
Bell 259Diary1924, 1936Bell/184-368/239-298/259
F. Temple 10, ff. 45-66CANTERBURY, Cathedral Church of Christ Church, Dean and Chapter Estates.1898F.Temple/10/45-66
Ramsey 28, ff. 300-1Sermon by the bishop of Woolwich preached at CANTERBURY cathedral; John Arthur Thomas ROBINSON, suffragan bishop of Woolwich - sermon on 'Christian action in Britain today'1962Ramsey/4-287/1962/28/300-1
Ramsey 175, ff.1-101Cathedral of CANTERBURY; ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/175/1-101
Runcie/SPEECH/241Festival of Faith and the Environment17 Sep 1989Runcie/SPEECH/241
Tait 246 ff. 162-5PARRY (Edward), Suffragan Bishop of Dover1879Tait/161-296/246/162-5
Lang 100, ff. 1-6CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of the dean; Hugh Richard Lawrie SHEPPARD, Dean of Canterbury - as dean1930Lang/1-186/100/1-6
MS 585 pag. 467Indiculus Professionum Archiepiscopis Cant. factarum ab Episcopis Suffraganeis, et Notae Historicae iisdem adjunctae, ab amico doctissimo Ecclesiae Cant. Canonico in usum Henrici Wharton descriptae. MSS/585/166
Reg. SuttonRegister of Charles Manners Sutton1805-1828V/A/35Sutton
MS 5082Register [1454-1486] MSS/5082
MS 796CHRIST CHURCH CANTERBURY ESTATES1582-1586ED/2A/B/1/KENT/CAN/MS796
ED IIAChrist Church Canterbury Estates: Dean and ChapterED/2A
MS 795CHRIST CHURCH CANTERBURY ESTATES1549-1550ED/2A/B/1/KENT/HOL/MS795
CM XII/29Probate copy of the will of Archbishop Richard Bancroft, 20 Oct. 1610. Probate by the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, sede vacante, 12 Nov. 1610. 20 Oct. 1610, 12 Nov. 1610CM/12/29
MS 1025MISCELLANY1356-1689MSS/1025
Runcie/MAIN/1990/136Canterbury Cathedral1990Runcie/MAIN/1990/136
Douglas 1, ff. 26-7CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL1897Douglas/1/1-27/26-7
Lang 175, ff. 184-96CANTERBURY Cathedral1940Lang/1-186/175/184-96
MS 3741-3750Sheppard, Hugh Richard Lawrie (1880-1937)1880-1937MSS/3741-3750
MS 3897Papers of William Lloyd as Bishop of Peterborough1664-1684MSS/3894-3900/3897
MS 4503 ff. 63-65Letters to James Duncan on his resignation as Secretary of the National Society to become a Canon of Canterbury26 May 1891MSS/4503/63-65
MS 3419Chaplain's Manual[1946-1960]MSS/3419
Arches Aaa 38BROWN V VYNER1805-1807Arches/Aaa/38/a13
SECKER 3THOMAS SECKER, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY1753-1768SECKER/3
VG 5Visitation of Canterbury Cathedral1716-1849V/G/5
MS 1104TRUSTEES FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF PREACHING MINISTERS1649-1657MSS/1104
VG 3/8c, ff.371-411CANTERBURY, Kent, Cathedral1889V/G/3/8/c/371-411
SPG VIICORRESPONDENCE: BRITISH ISLES1679-JUNE 1707SPG/7
VC 1D/4aDean and Chapter register1688-1690V/A/25zDeanandChapter
LR/F/62/38SEDE VACANTE REGISTER: INDEXLR/F/62/38
CM I/6Grant by Archbishop Parker 14 Nov. 1569CM/1/6
Bell 202Correspondence on Archbishop Lang1924-1950Bell/184-368/202
Runcie/SPEECH/145Christmas 198725 Dec 1987Runcie/SPEECH/145
Runcie/SPEECH/156Church Urban Fund 19881988Runcie/SPEECH/156
Runcie/SPEECH/231Enthronement25 Mar 1980Runcie/SPEECH/231
Runcie/SPEECH/239Falklands5 Apr-7 Jul 1982Runcie/SPEECH/239
Runcie/SPEECH/469Theodore of Tarsus19 Sep 1990Runcie/SPEECH/469
Bell 287Commonplace bookNovember 1947-December 1954Bell/184-368/239-298/287
CM 28/3List of tenths paid by incumbents in the diocese of Canterbury1660-1671CM/28/3
Reg. PoleRegister of Reginald Pole1556-1558V/A/16Pole
Reg. Parker 2Register of Matthew Parker1562-1575V/A/17Parker2
Reg. Grindal 2Register of Edmund Grindal1576-1583V/A/18Grindal2
Reg. BancroftRegister of Richard Bancroft1604-1610V/A/20Bancroft
Reg. Abbot 3Register of George Abbot1629-1633V/A/21Abbot3
Reg. JuxonRegister of William Juxon1660-1663V/A/23Juxon
Reg. Sheldon 2Register of Gilbert Sheldon1663-1677V/A/24Sheldon2
Reg. Wake 1 part 2Register of William Wake1716-1725V/A/28Wake1-2
Reg. Wake 2 part 2Register of William Wake1725-1736V/A/28Wake2-2
Reg. Potter 2Register of John Potter1737-1747V/A/29Potter2
Reg. SeckerRegister of Thomas Secker1758-1768V/A/32Secker
Reg. CornwallisRegister of Frederick Cornwallis1768-1783 V/A/33Cornwallis
Reg. TaitRegister of Archibald Campbell Tait1868-1883V/A/39Tait
Reg. BensonRegister of Edward White Benson1883-1896V/A/40Benson
MS 639MISCELLANY16th century-17th centuryMSS/639
MS 943PAPERS OF WILLIAM LAUD AND OTHERS17th centuryMSS/943
CFR CFR 14/3General Secretary: Canon Herbert Waddams1959-1971CFR/1/3/14-3
Benson 87 ff.413-28Letters and papers on memorials in CANTERBURY, Cathedral1890Benson/87/413-28
Benson 106 ff.103-9Letters and papers on Archbishop Benson and CANTERBURY, Cathedral1892Benson/106/103-9
Benson 111 ff.145-9CULLIN (Joseph) , Vicar of St. Matthew, Upper Clapton, Middx. - Correspondence on the Six Preachership1892Benson/111/145-9
Benson 127 f.147SHEPPARD (Joseph Brigstocke), historian.1894Benson/127/147
Davidson 111, ff.442-63UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1905Davidson/27-217/111/442-63
Davidson 121, ff.220-37Restoration of Archbishop Stratford's tomb in CANTERBURY cathedral1906Davidson/27-217/121/220-37
Davidson 124, ff.145-7Appointment of Six Preachers in CANTERBURY cathedral1907Davidson/27-217/124/145-7
Ellison O/1/1/5Appeals1 July 1974-3 March 1981Ellison/O/1/1/5
Davidson 523, ff.5-7Appointment of Six Preachers in CANTERBURY cathedral 1882Davidson/517-523/523/5-7
Lang 104, ff. 108-23CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of six preachers1931Lang/1-186/104/108-23
Lang 109, ff. 285-9SALVATION ARMY - sermon in Canterbury Cathedral by an Army officer1932Lang/1-186/109/285-9
Lang 142, ff. 160-5CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons; William Edward DANIELS, Vicar of St. George the Martyr, Deal, Kent - resignation as vicar and as an honorary canon of Canterbury; St. George the Martyr, DEAL, Kent - appointment of the vicar1936Lang/1-186/142/160-5
W.Temple 47, ff. 1-48William TEMPLE, Archbishop of Canterbury11 Feb-23 June 1942W.Temple/1-62/47/1-48
Fisher 83, ff. 197-215CANTERBURY Cathedral; Diocese of CANTERBURY1951Fisher/1-271/79-93/83/197-215
Fisher 112, ff. 372-8Transfer of advowsons/patronage of livings1945Fisher/1-271/112-117/112/372-8
Fisher 114, ff. 147-50KENT CYCLIST REGIMENT - return of the regimental memorial of the Kent Cyclist Regiment from Pakistan to CANTERBURY cathedral1949Fisher/1-271/112-117/114/147-50
Fisher 120, ff. 80-1CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons1953Fisher/1-271/118-133/120/80-1
Fisher 258, ff. 95-6CANTERBURY Cathedral - appointment of honorary canons; Cyril Ernest WAYNFORTH, Vicar of Whitstable, Kent - appointment as an honorary canon of Canterbury 1960Fisher/1-271/235-260/258/95-6
Tait 80 ff. 341-378Correspondence on the enthronement of the archbishop in CANTERBURY Cathedral1862Tait/76-104/80/341-378
Tait 162 ff. 15-16CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1869Tait/161-296/162/15-16
Tait 239 ff. 184-7ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS1878Tait/161-296/239/184-7
Tait 260 ff. 204-5CANTERBURY, City of, Cathedral1880Tait/161-296/260/204-5
Tait 280 ff. 206-11FREMANTLE (William Henry), Dean of Ripon (1895)1882Tait/161-296/280/206-11
Ramsey 7, ff. 290-364CANTERBURY cathedral - correspondence and papers on the enthronement of Archbishop Ramsey; Arthur Michael RAMSEY, archbishop of Canterbury - correspondence and papers on his appointment and tenure as archbishop of Canterbury1961Ramsey/4-287/1961/7/290-364
Ramsey 132, ff.161-2, 165-6WADDAMS (Herbert Montague), canon residentiary of Canterbury.1967-1968Ramsey/4-287/1968/132/161-2, 165-6
Ramsey 137, ff. 297-307ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH1967-1968Ramsey/4-287/1968/137/297-307
Ramsey 184, ff.315-17Correspondence on the celebration of a Roman Catholic Mass in the precincts of the cathedral of CANTERBURY1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/184/315-17
Ramsey 188, ff.47, 53-4, 59Correspondence on the celebration of a ROMAN CATHOLIC Mass in the precincts of the cathedral of CANTERBURY1970Ramsey/4-287/1970/188/47, 53-4, 59
Ramsey 221, ff.14-97Canterbury Cathedral Choir School 1971-1972Ramsey/4-287/1972/221/14-97
P.D. 128aJames, canon of Bologna21 December 1278PD/128a
MS 797CHRIST CHURCH, CANTERBURY ESTATES1618-1619ED/2A/B/1/KENT/CAN/MS797
MS 814CHRIST CHURCH CANTERBURY ESTATES1564-1565ED/2A/B/1/KENT/CAN/MS814
MS 791CHRIST CHURCH CANTERBURY ESTATES1516- 1603ED/2A/B/1/KENT/HOL/MS791
CFR CFR 33/2Archbishops of Canterbury: Archbishop Ramsey1947-1977CFR/1/3/33-2
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