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George W. Hodgson archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 001
  • Archief
  • 1865-1916

The archives consist of personal and church-related records created or received by George W. Hodgson in his capacity as rector of St. Peter's Cathedral Church. Series include: certificates, correspondence, diaries, notes and sermons, printed communications and addresses, and records of personal and life events.

The archives include the following files and items, described in more detail in the finding aid:

-- Appointment of G. W. Hodgson as Deacon, Admission of Holy Orders, 11 June 1865 (File 1)
-- Appointment of George W. Hodgson to Parish of Falmouth, Nova Scotia, 12 June 1865 (File 2)
-- Appointment of George W. Hodgson to Parish of St. John, Lunenburg, 24 December 1866 (File 3)
-- Appointment of George W. Hodgson as Chaplain, St. Peter’s, 25 May 1869 (File 4)
-- Admission of George W. Hodgson to Incumbency of St. Peter’s, 29 June 1873 (File 5)
-- Appointment of George W. Hodgson as Priest Incumbent St. Peter’s, 3 August 1873 (File 6)
-- Rev. George W. Hodgson Diary 1871-1872 (File 7)
-- George W. Hodgson Diary 1880, 19 January 1880 – 31 March 1880 (File 8)
-- “G.W. Hodgson’s Notes on a Trip 1882-3”, 19 April 1882 – 29 October 1883 (describing a trip from Charlottetown to other parts of Prince Edward Island and to London, England) (File 9)
-- George W. Hodgson Notes and Reflections, 1 February 1885 – 29 March 1885 (File 10)
-- George W. Hodgson correspondence, 1867-1885 (see below for further details about correspondence) (File 11)
-- George W. Hodgson notes for confirmation classes, 1871-1885 (File 12)
-- George W. Hodgson, “Notes of Conversations with Candidates for Conversion 1883-1884” [1885?] and "The Sevenfold Gift: Notes for Confirmation Classes, by Rev. George W. Hodgson" (Toronto, Church Book Room, 1915) (File 13)
-- Confirmation Register, 1869-1877 (File 14)
-- Register of communicants (File 15)
-- Printed communications and addresses, 1869-1885, n.d. (File 16)
-- George W. Hodgson death, funeral, and memorial records, 1885, 1886, 1888, 1911, 1916, n.d. (File 17)

The file of correspondence includes the items listed below:

Item 1: from J. C. [English?], Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 11 December 1868, re: church paper?
Item 2: from J. C. [English?], Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 12 December 1868, re: names for a committee of management
Item 3: from T. Haviland, Charlottetown, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 17 December 1872 , re: a gift of lamps for the chancel
Item 4: from Church Wardens and Vestry, Charlottetown, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 23 July 1877, re: vote of thanks to G. W. H. and John Ellis for fitting the interior of the church
Item 5: from [?], Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 11 September 1879, re: Lieutenant Governor’s certificate
Item 6: from [?], Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 20 [January?] 1880, re: statement of investments requested
Item 7: from [?], Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 6 April 1880, re: disappointment with G. W. H. re: sacramental character of marriage
Item 8: from J. G. MacGregor, Dalhousie College, Halifax, to G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, 11 January 1884, re: whether King’s College should move to Halifax or Dalhousie should move to Windsor
Item 9: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to Horace Haszard Esq., Charlottetown, 21 January 1885, re: Canada Temperance Act, elections (transcribed)
Item 10: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to Leo Davidson, Charlottetown, 16 February 1885, re: stopping the paper delivery (letter is from Hodgson’s copy book)
Item 11: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to Messrs Pitcairn, Charlottetown, 16 February 1885, re: a shipment of stained glass (letter is from Hodgson’s copy book)
Item 12: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to J. A. McLean, Charlottetown, 21 January 1885, re: Canada Temperance Act, elections (transcribed)
Item 13: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to J. A. McLean, Charlottetown, 24 January 1885, re: Canada Temperance Act, elections (transcribed)
Item 14: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to J. A. McLean, Charlottetown, 8 January 1885, re: whether King’s College should move to Halifax or Dalhousie should move to Windsor (22 page letter from Hodgson’s copy book)
Item 15: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to Murray [Hodgson?], Charlottetown, 9 March 1885, re: new college in Halifax, funds (transcribed)
Item 16: from G. W. Hodgson, Charlottetown, to L. H. Davies Esq. M.A., Charlottetown, 9 April 1885, re: imprisonment of P. P. Gillis, Temperance Act (transcribed)
Item 17: from Parishioners of St. George’s, Falmouth, Nova Scotia, to George W. Hodgson, Falmouth, Nova Scotia, 31 December 1866, re: extending thanks for his service as minister on his departure for Prince Edward Island
Item 18: note on voting rights for congregation, >1879, re: “42 Vic. Cap XIX (1879) re: persons entitled to vote at meetings of congregation”

George W. Hodgson