RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL MS 389/ECC/4
Alt Ref NoEUL MS 389/3486; EUL MS 389/3952; EUL MS 389/121; EUL MS 389/199; EUL MS 389/3684; EUL MS 389/3735; EUL MS 389/1314; EUL MS 389/1652
Date19th century-1938
Extent1 box (3 volumes, 2 folders and 8 envelopes)
TitleNotes on clergy and other religious communities

- two c 19th century pages concerning biographical details of 17th-century sisters [presumably of the Augustinian community in Louvain], including Sister Bridget Wiseman, Sister Mary Wiseman, Mother Magdalen Throckmorton, ? Roper, Mother Winifred Thimelby, and Sister Elizabeth Clifford;

- one notebook entitled 'List of Clergy Converts to the Catholic Church' and one notebook entitled 'List of Clergy Converts In the Church No 2';

- four-page typescript document (2 copies) entitled 'Official Account of the Death of the Rht. Rev. The Ab. Buckfast Dom Anscar Vonier O.S.S.' by Benedict Hanff O.S.B. Infirmarion (c 1938);

- document noting biographical details of two sisters [presumably of St Dominic's Priory], Mother Mary Teresa Dobson and Mother Mary Rose Parker;

- a manuscript document entitled 'Account of the festivities held at Stanbrook Abbey in honour of the three-hundredth anniversary of its foundation', presumably copied from the Chronicles of Stanbrook Abbey, c 1925;

- a 6 page manuscript history of a Cistercian community's [presumably of Stapehill Abbey in Dorset, now Holy Cross Abbey in Whitland] 'wanderings in exile' between 1791 and c 1802;

- a manuscript transcript of a biography of Gilbert Bourne, Bishop of Bath and Wells, taken 'from the Dictionary of National Biography';

- a typescript report entitled 'The Opening of the New Church at Talacre Abbey. Feb. 11th. 1938';

- manuscript notes entitled, 'History of the old man Achard, novice-master at Clairvaux', compiled by Sister Mary Stanislaus of Syon Abbey;

- a file of notes on St Peter Canisius;

- a notebook containing manuscript notes on Mr [Karl] Karlén [author unknown], a Swedish priest;

- and a notebook entitled 'The English Benedictines of Ghent now at St Mary's Abbey, Oulton in Staffordshire, containing a manuscript list and biorgraphical details of sisters who professed between 1605 and 1901.
Access StatusOpen
Related MaterialFor correspondence with other Bridgettine communities belonging to the Order of the Most Holy Saviour, see EUL MS 389/HOU/1.
For correspondence with the Bishop of Plymouth and the Plymouth Diocese, see EUL MS 389/DIO/1.
Creator_NameSyon Abbey (1415-2011); Bridgettine
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