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Reverend [Pavichap?] and Reverend [Groyvine?]

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0345
  • Item
  • [1860-1880]

The photograph is a full length portrait of two men in clerical dress. The largely illegible handwritten note on the back provides some identifying information: " Revds P[?]ichap and [Groyvine?]. Be [archon?] of the Deacon." It is possible that the names are Reverend [Pavichap] and Reverend [Groyvine], but this information has not been confirmed. At the bottom right is the name of the studio "W and A.H. Fry, Photos" and on the left the photographer's location "Brighton."

Reverend John Chippendale Montesquieu Bellew portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0348
  • Item
  • 1860-1869

The photograph is a head and shoulders portrait of John Chippendale Montesquieu Bellew. The handwritten note on the back reads "Mr. Bellew." At the bottom of the front indicates the photographers name, Mayall, Photo and on the right London & Brighton. Research indicates that this is John Chippendale Montesquieu Bellew (1823-1874), a popular preacher and public reader.

Mrs. Alexander portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0369
  • Item
  • 1860 - ?

The photograph is a seated portrait of Mrs Alexander. A handwritten note on the back reads "Mrs. Alexander."

Miss Elizabeth Haviland portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0370
  • Item
  • 1860 - ?

The photograph is a seated portrait of Miss Elizabeth Haviland. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads "Miss Elizabeth Haviland."

Unidentified church exterior photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0379
  • Item
  • [1860-1880]

The photograph shows the entrance to a church with an unidentified gentleman in the doorway. The location of the church is unknown. The photograph was taken by a London-based photographer, suggesting the church may have been in England.

Reverend Crosly White portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0342
  • Item
  • [1862?-1870?]

The portrait shows an oval head shot of Reverend Crosly White. A handwritten note on the back of the image reads "Rev. Crosly White S. Barnabas, Pimlico." The front of the image shows the name and address of the British photographers W. Walker & Sons (referring to William and Samuel Walker), of 64 Margaret St. Cavendish Square. The front also shows "Registered 25 & 26 Vic. C. 68" in reference to the "Creating Fine Arts Copyright Act of 1862."

Father Ignatius portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0351
  • Item
  • 1865-1868

The photograph is a full-length portrait of Father Ignatius, whose given name was Joseph Leycester Lyne. The handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Rev. of L. Lyne S. Bartholomew Moor Lane." At the bottom of the front of the photograph is a stamp of photographer's name: Mason & Co. Research shows that Joseph Leycester Lyne, commonly known by his religious name Father Ignatius of Jesus (23 November 1837 – 16 October 1908), was an Anglican Benedictine monk. He commenced a movement to reintroduce monasticism into the Church of England and often preached from St. Bartholomew during the period from 1866 to 1688. He was apparently a friend of Dr. Pusey, who is shown in PHOTO 0363.

George W. Hodgson archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 001
  • Fonds
  • 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

St. Peter's Cathedral Church legal, governance, and administration archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 900-03
  • Series
  • 1865-1928

The legal, governance, and administration archives series consists of various documents from the late 19th century and early 20th century found in the Church archives that seemed to relate to legal issues, church governance, and general administration for St. Peter's Cathedral Church or to individuals prominent in the establishment and early years of the church, such as E. J. Hodgson, who acted as a Trustee of St. Peter's but who undertook other legal and business activities on his own behalf, or Lawrence W. Watson, who was a central figure in the administration of the church in early years. The documents also include correspondence related to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson, which finally resulted in the selection of Canon James Simpson in 1886.

As listed in the file list, the documents in Box O/S 30 are as follows:

File 1: Legal release of land from the Bank of PEI to George Washington Gardiner, 11 May 1865
File 2: Land conveyance George W. Gardiner & wife to Henry Smith, 6 January 1869
File 3: William Cundall to Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia Conveyance of St. Peter's Church, 1 June 1869
File: 4: Bond E. J. Hodgson and J. S. Carvell to William Cundall, 18 August 1870
File 5: G. W. Hodgson and Bishop of Nova Scotia release in fee and declaration of Trust, 12 Nov. 1871
File 6: Mortgage on lands in Queens county, 26 August 1872
File 7: Letter re: Trustees of St. Peter’s by T. Haviland and E. J. Hodgson, 2 November 1872
File 8: Trust Deed St. Peter’s Church, 11 November 1872
File 9: Petition to the Bishop of Nova Scotia to consecrate St. Peter’s, 29 June 1879
File 10: Sentence of consecration of St. Peter’s, 5 July 1879
File 11: Appointment of Trustees and Grant of Land, 5 December 1882
File 12: Conveyance: Henry Smith & wife to Bernard W. Philips , 26 June 1888
File 13: Appointment of Trustees St. Peter’s, 13 Feb. 1894
File 14: Appointment of Trustees Hon. E. J. Hodgson & Walter A. O. Morson et al, 20 July 1904
File 15: Abstract of title St. Peter’s Rectory Property, 28 July 1904
File 16: Land conveyance from Thomas Handrahan to E. J. Hodgson for St. Peter’s Rectory, 28 July 1904
File 17: Deed of Appointment of $2500 for erection of a Rectory by E. J. Hodgson, 15 April 1905
File 18: Appointment of new Trustees and Conveyance of Trust Estate, Hon. E. J. Hodgson and Lawrence W. Watson, 10 October 1908
File 19: Appointment as Trustees and conveyance of trust property – removal of E. J. Hodgson and E. Bayfield to be replaced by William L. Cotton and John Hyndman, 29 April 1918
File 20: Land transfer from the Bishop of Nova Scotia to the Trustees of St. Peter’s Church, 19 January 1928
File 21: Conveyance John Doust to G. W. Hodgson, [187-?]

As listed in the file list, the documents in Box 28 are as follows:

001: Walter Lowe, receipts, financial statements, correspondence, 1879-1900: 1 envelope, 7 statements, 1 detailed statement of contract services, 5 letters between Walter Lowe and churchwardens (including Russell Freeland, Chairman of Finance Committee, and W. C. Harris, architect)
002: Correspondence of Bishop of Nova Scotia and Church Wardens of St. Pauls’ , 1872: 1 envelope, 1 4-pp letter (one sheet), dated 29 August 1872, 1 8-pp letter (2 sheets), dated 16 October 1872 – re: objecting to the use of the pastoral staff and opening the church contrary to Church requirements, in relation to the marriage of Mr. Edward Bayfield, 1872
003: Letter of condolence from Mr. Lawrence Watson to Mrs. Binney, 14 June 1887 [2015]: Includes photocopy of last will and testament of Herbert Binney, 1885, photocopied circa 2015
004: Lawrence Watson Letterbook, 1885-1900, 28.5 x 22.5 x 3 cm bound book. Note the letterbook was originally located in the sacristy vault and was transferred to the Archives on 25 February 2019. The item contains copies of outgoing correspondence from Lawrence W. Watson.
005: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 1, 1885: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson
006: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 2, January – March 1886: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson
007: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 3, April – June 1886: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson
008: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 4, 1July – September 1886: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson
009: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 5, October – December 1886: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson
010: Correspondence: Search for a new priest, Volume 6, 1887: Relates to the search for a replacement for George W. Hodgson

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

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