RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelSubfonds
Alt Ref NoMS 3741-3750
Extent10 files
TitleSheppard, Hugh Richard Lawrie (1880-1937)
Date1880-1937
ArrangementThe papers were arranged after 1937 by H.R.L. Sheppard's secretary, Nancy V. Browne, and used by R. Ellis Roberts in writing H.R.L. Sheppard: Life and Letters (1942). The arrangement has been preserved as far as possible. The papers include letters of H.R.L. Sheppard (and typescript copies) assembled by R. Ellis Roberts for his biography.
AdminHistoryHugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, known as Dick Sheppard, was the son of Canon Edgar Sheppard (1845-1921). In his early career he was secretary to Cosmo Gordon Lang, chaplain of Oxford House, Bethnal Green, curate of St. George's, Hanover Square, and chaplain of the Cavendish Club. As vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields from 1914 to 1926 H.R.L. Sheppard developed an interest in religious broadcasting which brought him to public prominence and introduced the policy of keeping the church open both day and night. With William Temple he inaugurated the Life and Liberty Movement in 1917, and he was one of the founders of the Peace Pledge Union in 1934. He was Dean of Canterbury 1929-31, and a canon of St. Paul's Cathedral 1934-7. His publications include The Impatience of a Parson (1927).
AcquisitionGiven by Lady Richardson, 1995.

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534Sheppard; Hugh Richard Lawrie (1880-1937); Dean of Canterbury1880-1937
14Lang; William Cosmo Gordon (1864-1945); Archbishop of Canterbury1864-1945
13Temple; William (1881-1944); Archbishop of Canterbury1881-1944
NA2368Peace Pledge Union; 1934-1934-
NA2369Life and Liberty Movement; 1917-1917-
NA1527St Martin in the Fields, Middlesex; ancient parish
971Diocese of London; Cathedral Church of St. Paul
NA2931Diocese of Canterbury; Cathedral Church of Christ
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