St. Peter's Cathedral Archives houses and makes available the Cathedral official archives, along with archival materials related to the church community in Charlottetown and across Prince Edward Island.
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.
The photograph is a full-length portrait of an unidentified young acolyte. At the bottom right is the name of the studio "W and A.H. Fry, Photos" and on the left their location "Brighton". No further identifying information is available.
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.
The photograph is a head and shoulders portrait of Archdeacon [Karlbach?]. The handwriting on the back indicates " Archdeacon [Karlbach?]." At the bottom of the front is stamped the photographers name: Notman & Campbell, Boston. The correct name of the man in the image needs to be confirmed.
The photograph is a full-length portrait of Reverend Father Abbot. The handwritten note on the back reads "Rev. Father Abbot, Christ Ch. Clapham." Research shows that a Reverend Bradley Abbott was the first vicar of Christ Church, Clapham, England, in 1867.
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."
The portrait is a full-length portrait of a man in clerical dress, identified as "The Right Revd the Bishop of Brechin." The image is also inscribed with "Photo & published by J. Valentine, Dundee." Research shows that the Bishop of Brechin from 1847 to 1875 was Alexander Forbes.
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."