1 edition of Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, 1880-1937. found in the catalog.
Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, 1880-1937.
|Other titles||H.R.L. Sheppard, himself and his work, St. Martin"s review.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Alison dau of Very Rev Hugh Richard Lawrie SHEPPARD () Canon and Precentor St Paul's and Alison Lennox dau of William Oswald CARVER JP () of Cranage Hall, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire and Kate Bentley () dau of William ARMITAGE of Townfield House, Altrincham. They had 3 sons. He is succ by his eldest son. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard (), canon of St Pauls: corresp and papers (MSS ) Edward Gordon Bulstrode (), brother Edward, founder of the village evangelist movement: corresp and papers. Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard CH (2 September – 31 October ) was an English Anglican priest, Dean of Canterbury and Christian pacifist.  Anglicanism is a Western Christian tradition which has developed from the practices, liturgy and identity of .
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Reverend Hugh "Dick" Sheppard was one of the leaders of the burgeoning English pacifist movement during the s. He was also the pioneer of Christian radio broadcasting. He was educated at Marlborough College and then () Trinity Hall, : Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury, City.
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(Hugh Richard Lawrie) () - People and organisations - Trove. Hugh, Richard Lawrie Sheppard was born on month dayat birth place, to James, Edgar Sheppard and Mary, Peters Sheppard. Hugh married Alison, Lennox Sheppard. They had 2 children: Margaret (Peggie) Richardson and one other child.
Archival and book collections: record view. Sheppard, Hugh Richard Lawrie, Revd., (Dean of Canterbury): Wace, Henry, Revd., (Principal of King's College London and Dean of Canterbury) Hugh Richard Lawrie, Revd., (Dean of Canterbury): Wace, Henry, Revd., (Principal of King's College London and Dean.
Archival and book collections: record view. Hugh Richard Lawrie, Revd., (Dean of Canterbury): Tristram, Ernest William, Professor, (English medievalist art historian) Tithe (Mrs. Stewart). Messrs. Webb and Co's Account. Portrait of Dr.
Sheppard. Edward the Confessor Chapel. Tomb of Henry IV. Painting of St. Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, popularly known as ‘Dick’ Sheppard, was born at Windsor Castle in September His father was one of the clergy of the castle's St George's Chapel.
Whilst pondering his career, Dick volunteered at the age of 18 for the Militia, the then equivalent of the Territorial Army, in which he was commissioned as a. TALES AND TRAVELS by Hugh Laurence and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at (), Clerical reformer and vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields Hugh Richard Lawrie ('Dick') Sheppard Sitter in 23 portraits Educated at Cambridge, Sheppard took holy orders in and became the Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields in Richard T.
Sheppard was born on month dayat birth place, Iowa, to Job Richard Sheppard and Mary Elena Sheppard (born Gross). Job was born on January 26in East Bridgeford, England. Mary was born on July 16in Lyons, Wayne, New York.
Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard (–), better known as Dick Sheppard, vicar of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, A portrait by Gerald Kelly, RA.
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7, etc. (Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, b. d. Oct. 31, ; Richard Sheppard; Dick Sheppard; Canon and Precentor of Saint Paul's). The PPU emerged from an initiative by Hugh Richard Lawrie 'Dick' Sheppard, canon of St Paul's Cathedral,  inafter he had published a letter in the Manchester Guardian and other newspapers, inviting men (but not women) to send him postcards pledging never to support war.
men responded and, with co-ordination by Sheppard, the Methodist Reverend John C. Myer. LodView is a powerful RDF viewer, IRI dereferencer and opensource SPARQL navigator. Hugh Richard Lawrie (Dick) Sheppard () was elected Rector of the University in but died shortly afterwards.
Sheppard was born in Windsor and studied at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He was ordained a priest and became a popular preacher, campaigning to make the Church of England more responsive to the needs of ordinary people.
Hugh Richard Lawrie ('Dick') Sheppard (), Clerical reformer and vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Sitter in 23 portraits. Sitter in 23 portraits. Artist back to top.
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The founder of the Peace Pledge Union was Hugh Richard Lawrie Sheppard, popularly known as Dick Sheppard. He was a charismatic figure, a pioneer in a number of ventures, but always in touch with ordinary people.