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Crockford's Clerical Directory 2018-2019 (paperback)

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Horace Cox's very brief obituary in The Times, 11 October 1918; p.5, states that he had retired in 1912 and had ceased to take an active part in his business, which also produced The Field, The Queen and The Law Times The Church of England Year Book includes further information on the local and national structures of the Church of England and related organizations. Lambeth Palace Library is the historic library of the Archbishops of Canterbury and the principal library and record office for the history of the Church of England. Its rich collections are important for an immense variety of topics, as well as a significant resource for genealogy. A multi-church license, for sharing between team members in a Group or Team ministry, or within a greater church, cathedral, medium charity, or theological training institution.

This renowned reference directory, first published in 1858, is an essential resource for anyone who works with or is linked to the Church of England, the Church of Ireland, the Church in Wales or the Episcopal Church of Scotland. A single license for sharing between clergy, administrators and ministry team members within a single church, parish or chaplaincy. In offering the advice below, we do not intend to imply that other practices are necessarily to be discouraged (for example, the use of Father as in ‘Father Smith’). A good deal depends on circumstances, and, where a personal preference is known, it is usually good practice to follow it. For use by staff in a single diocesan office or large charity, or by networked staff and users in a single Public Library, Higher Education or theological training institution. Where a member of the clergy also holds a temporal title, this is always preceded in writing by the ecclesiastical one.

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By the early 1980s severe economies had become necessary and 1985/86 edition had to be restricted to the "home" churches of England, Scotland and Wales. [6] Retired clergy were temporarily restricted to just a few details of their final appointment, although it became possible to restore the Irish clergy in time for the 1987/88 edition. Later editions saw a further return of the retired clergy, together with details of those overseas clergy who had originally been licensed or trained in the UK, or who occupied senior positions within their respective church hierarchies. Details which had also become obtainable from the Church of England Yearbook or from similar sources were generally excluded. For a time too clergy who made their livings though secular jobs were excluded from the biographies section, with the abbreviation NQ (Non-Qualifying Position) being used to cover such periods when clerics returned to parish work and were again eligible for inclusion. In that many such clergy retained diocesan licences or episcopal "Permissions to Officiate" during their periods of secular employment, this approach may have caused a degree of difficulty for clerics who needed to prove their clerical status. Use this newly expanded section to find individuals in particular types of appointment and specialist institutions and networks. The Reverend the Honourable Jocelyn Smith, or The Reverend Lord/Lady Jocelyn Smith (as appropriate) Cathedrals in the Church of England, the Church in Wales, The Scottish Episcopal Church and the Church of Ireland The Church of England Year Book is a vital source of information on the local and national structures of the Church of England and the people involved in them. It contains:

If you have already completed our forms via another method, such as from your Diocese, you do not need to complete them again. Updating your entry

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Besides the 1865 reprint, [4] a small number of early editions have been reissued in CD format by various publishers, including Archive CD Books. Scanned copies of other early editions have also begun to appear on the World Wide Web. An institution subscription provides access to the directory for multiple users. After purchasing a subscription you will be able to set up access for your team members using one or more of these methods: Category (a) is not open to much variation, owing to the formality of the context, but categories (b) and (c) will often vary according to circumstances. It is always acceptable to use the appropriate Christian name in place of initials (for example, the Revd Alice Smith). In the absence of any style or title conferred by a post, all deacons and priests are styled ‘The Reverend’, and all who have been consecrated bishop are styled ‘The Right Reverend’. Currie, Christopher; Paflin, Glyn (7 December 2007). "Shop-talk and mordant wit". The Church Times. Archived from the original on 2012-04-07 . Retrieved 2014-08-12. The Reverend J K Smith at the first mention, and Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms Smith thereafter; or the Reverend Lord/Lady Jocelyn Smith at the first mention, and Lord/Lady Jocelyn thereafter.

The Clergy of the Church of England Database (CCEd) is a collaborative project offering online biographical data on clergymen for the period 1540-1835 from archives in England and Wales. County libraries each have their own policies, but there are good collections in a number of major academic and ecclesiastical libraries, including Cambridge University Library, Lambeth Palace Library, Canterbury Cathedral Library, Palace Green Library, Durham, York Minster Library, the Guildhall Library and the Society of Genealogists. A typical biographical entry for a clergyman may include where they studied, when they obtained a degree and a work history of where and when they performed their clerical duties. As with many professional directories those listed may have been actively working, or may have retired. Biographies would only be removed when a person died. The well-known tradition of having an extensive but anonymous preface offering a general review of events within the Anglican Communion – together with some occasionally sharp and controversial commentary – evolved gradually during the early part of the 20th century. [3] Previous prefaces had tended to be much briefer and they had often been limited merely to explaining the directory's in-house policies. After the events following the publication of the 1987/88 edition, which had ended with the death by suicide of the Revd Gareth Bennett, this tradition of the anonymous preface was discontinued.

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