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[Antependium]

One clerical textile, which appears to be an antependium. Details about the purpose, use, or value of the item are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

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

Newspaper clippings book

One scrapbook containing newspaper clippings related to various topics, both church-related and otherwise. The book originally contained a number of loose newspaper clippings, which were removed and photocopied, then added to the newspaper clippings reference files. The book also contained a number of loose annual reports for the church, which were moved to the annual reports files. The clippings and reports contained no annotations or information that warranted their retention with the scrapbook, which appears to have been a loose compilation of materials over many years, by unknown persons.

Caps

Seven clerical caps. Details about the purpose, use, or value of the items are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

Newspaper clippings scrapbook

One scrapbook containing newspaper clippings related to various topics, both church-related and otherwise. On the flyleaf of the book is inscribed "commissioned to build this scrapp book, January 1894, Frank E. Lockhart." The name is crossed out an additional inscription is shown as "Willie Lockhart, Petitcodiac, N.B., February 23, 1905."

William Lockhart

James Simpson archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 002
  • Fonds
  • 1886-2004

The archives consist of personal and church-related records created or received by James Simpson in his capacity as priest incumbent of St. Peter's Cathedral Church. Series include: correspondence, diaries, speeches, printed communications and addresses, notes and sermons, publications, and records related to personal and life events, along with a file of miscellaneous documents.

Included in the archives are the files summarized below; see also the finding aid.

-- File 1: Miscellaneous correspondence, 1886-1912
-- File 2: Correspondence with newspapers, [1892-1920?] (includes copies of published sermons)
-- File 3: Correspondence with newspapers – letter re: state of Cathedral, March 1906
-- File 4: “DAY BOOK 1917 – Dec 1926”, 1917-1952 - a bound day book recording life events (birth, baptism, marriage, death), organized by day according to the pre-printed pages of the book. There are often multiple entries per day. The book appears to have been used not only by Canon Simpson but also by Canon Malone. The contents span several dates before and after the 1917-1926 dates shown on the label. This kind of book might have been kept as an aide memoire by the minister to help with visits or to remember special events. The book was not intended to replace vital events records.
-- File 5: Rothesay C. Stewart Speech to Leicester Medical Society, 9 November 1904
-- File 6: Printed communications and addresses, including sermons, 1887-1920
-- File 7: Notes and sermons, 1899, n.d.
-- File 8: St. Peter’s Jubilee Celebrations, correspondence, 1919
-- File 9: Memorial service for Queen Victoria – sermon and notes, 1901, n.d.
-- File 10: Canon James Simpson death and memorial records, [1920-1924?] (includes documents related to Simpson’s death and plans for a memorial to his name; also a memorial to Sister Theresa. The records also include information about Simpson’s son Stewart Basil Simpson, who was killed in action in the First World War on 1 October 1916)
-- File 11: Cuthbert Aikman Simpson information, 1969-2004 (documentation related to James Simpson’s son, Cuthbert Aikman Simpson (1892-1969), who was Dean of Christchurch, Oxford, from 1959 to 1969)
-- File 12: Pamphlets, [1899-1918] (pamphlets removed from St. Peter’s Altar Service Book, which was kept at the altar and used during Canon Simpson’s tenure as priest incumbent)
-- File 13: Forms of Prayer for Private and Public Use in Time of War (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1915) (publication removed from St. Peter’s Altar Service Book, which was kept at the altar and used during Canon Simpson’s tenure as priest incumbent)
-- File 14: James Simpson Intersessions and Notes, [1899- ?] (notes, which include references to different parishioners and reasons for providing prayers, removed from St. Peter’s Altar Service Book, which was kept at the altar and used during Canon Simpson’s tenure as priest incumbent)
-- File 15: “Lists of gifts and memorials in St. Peter’s Cathedral from its foundation, so far as can be gathered” 1890; “Names of subscribers to Memorial Chapel to March 1, 1890”; “Collected for memorial: Miss Davies, Miss [R.] Stewart,” (1 sheet) [1890]; loose documents removed from the sacristy to the archives on 25 February 2019 and identified as from James Simpson’s incumbency.
-- File 16: Survey of Clergy, no date, re: a survey of clergy to identify the names of clergy in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and to identify barriers to entering a church career.
-- File 17: Notes re: jurisdiction of Prince Edward Island, no date, re: background to the jurisdiction of Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia for the church.

James Simpson

Hood

One black clerical hood with purple trim. Details about the purpose, use, or value of the item are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

E. M. Malone archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 003
  • Fonds
  • 1905-2019

The archives consist of personal and church-related records created or received by Canon E. M. Malone in his capacity as priest incumbent of St. Peter's Cathedral Church. Series include: writings and publications, notes and sermons, correspondence, communications and addresses, reports and studies, confirmation records, congregational lists, Bibles and prayer books, service notices and prayers, records related to church administration, and records relating to personal and life events.

Canon Malone was a prolific writer; included in the archives are manuscripts and published versions of many of his works. Among his archives are also detailed list of parishioners serving in the armed forces during both the First World War and Second World War, along with copies of published and unpublished war-time prayers used during both wars.

Among the issues or topics referred to in the E. M. Malone Archives are the following: catechisms; communion; the Church of England in Canada; the Eikon Basilike; the foundations of St. Peter's Cathedral; Punch Magazine; Barbados; Antigua; Queen's College; Dalhousie University; The Book of Common Prayer; Margaret Hegan Malone (Canon Malone's second wife); World War II; requiem masses and lists of members of the congregation serving in the military; Diocese of Nova Scotia. See the file list for details about these different issues or topics, as reflected in the file titles in the list.

E.M. Malone

Edward Jarvis Hodgson archives

  • CA PEI SPCA 004
  • Fonds
  • 1867-1947, [2000]

The archives consist of both personal and business records created or accumulated by Edward Jarvis Hodgson, including records related to the administration of St. Peter's Cathedral Church. A large portion of the archives relate to the operations of the Hodgson Trust, which was established after E.J. Hodgson's death, along with record of other trust accounts established during Hodgson's lifetime or after his death.

The file list provides details of the contents of the archives. Some of the names mentioned in the records, as shown in the file list, include the following: Thomas Handrahan, Matilda Peake, George Peake, Ralph Peake, Charles Wright, Charles Leigh (and wife), Edward Thomas Caswell, Margaret Brenan, Margaret Matilda Jane Hodgson (nee Brecken, Edward Hodgson's widow), Helen Brecken (and the Helen Brecken Memorial Trust.)

Edward Jarvis Hodgson

Feed My Lambs Banner

One banner, with the inscription "Feed My Lambs." Details about the purpose, use, or value of the item are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

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