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Diocese of St. Helena, Parish Registers and Indices

  • ZA HPRA AB2073
  • Archief
  • 1680-1986

The Burial registers of St. James contain the burial record of Napoleon Bonaparte - 09/05/1821, see item 1.3.4.

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Papers of Hewitt Family

  • ZA HPRA AB1091
  • Archief
  • 1789 - 1972

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Papers of Rev. Hopkins Badnall

  • ZA HPRA AB723
  • Archief
  • 1798 - 1952

Included are diary extracts, correspondence, personal and family documents, notes and miscellaneous papers, press clippings and printed works.

The papers are predominantly of family interest but there are occasional comments of a social or political nature, pertaining to South Africa, and a some concern the Anglican Church in South Africa, including the controversies which nearly split the church asunder such as the Gray - Colenso and Meaman - Williams disputes and the Third Proviso Agitation, all of which played their part in determining the relationship between the Church of the Province of South Africa and the Church of England.

There are a number of interesting documents relating to Badnall's ecclesiastical offices, containing the seals of Bishops Gray and West Jones of Cape Town.

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Diocese of Johannesburg

  • ZA HPRA AB2013
  • Archief
  • 1802 - 2000s

Minute-books, correspondence, memoranda, plans, petitions for faculties and properties, parish registers of confirmations, baptisms, marriages and burials for Johannesburg and other Transvaal towns. Subjects are the administration of the diocese through its boards and committees, with particular reference to finance, properties, parish boundaries, missionary conferences and St. Mary's Cathedral.

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Diocese of St. Helena records

  • ZA HPRA AB1612
  • Archief
  • 1834 - 1967

Records pertaining to St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.

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Papers of Bp. George Wyndham Hamilton Knight-Bruce

  • ZA HPRA AB739
  • Archief
  • 1836 - 1980

The Knight-Bruce papers consist of 40 items spanning the years 1836-1950 with the greatest number being on the Bishop's work in Africa, (1886-1894). Perhaps the most interesting item is a polyglot bible, given to the bishop by his wife and carried by him on his African journeys, which contains manuscript notes on the Knight-Bruce family and marginal notes in the Bishop's hand. Another interesting item is a notebook, alphabetically arranged, with the Bishop's bible references.

There are miscellaneous papers e.g, print, but to other members of the Knight-Bruce family such as Sir James Lewis Knight-Bruce, Judge, Gordon Kennett Knight-Bruce, Judge and Acting Chief Justice, Tanganyika and John Horace Wyndham Knight-Bruce, author. The papers were purchased from Peter Eaton.

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Archbishops of Cape Town, Part 2 records

  • ZA HPRA AB1363
  • Archief
  • 1840 - 1982

The first part of the collection of the records of the Archbishop of Cape Town was transferred to the University of the Witwatersrand Library in 1974 to be added to the central Record Library of the C.P.S.A. which, since 1937, had been in the care of the University Library. It was described in 'Selected Records of the Archbishops of Cape Town', No. 6 in the Library's series of Historical and Literary Inventories of Collections,.

This present inventory, 'Selected Records of the Archbishops of Cape Town Part II', describes records transferred to the Library in instalments from 1980 to 1990 from Bishopscourt, the home of the Archbishop of Cape Town, by Mrs. A.R. 14o-tee. Provincial Archivist. The records in Part II relate, in general, to the years 1940 to 1982, later period then those in Part I but there is some overlap, there being several items from as far back as 1840.

It in a large collection in 288 pamphlet boxes and follows the alphabetical arrangement by subject used at Bishopscourt. A condensed description of each subject file is given in the inventory together with an index of personal names, churches, parishes and selected subject fields. For the benefit of researchers a list of the names of bishops in each diocese, from the origin of the diocese to date, has been provided together with a map showing the dioceses or the C.P.S.A. in existence in 1991.

The records relate to the whole of the C.P.S.A. but there is a heavy preponderance of Cape documentation because of the Archbishop's residing in Cape Town and his dual role as head of The Diocese of Cape Town as well as being Metropolitan, for the Province. They include the Archbishop's correspondence with bishops of the various dioceses and with individual members of the clergy. Not only do the records show the inspiration of the C.P.S.A. and its work, particularly in the fields education, health and social services, but they also reflect the Church's attitude to social and political problems in South Africa,.

There is much about the Church's confrontation with the State over the issue of apartheid, notably the effects of the Group Areas Act on black churches in white areas and the admission or all races to church schools. Other topics are conscientious objection and the refusal of young Anglicans, both lay and clerical, to serve in the South African Defence Force and the question of Namibia's independence and the expulsion of Bishops Mize and Winter for promoting it.

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Diocese of Cape Town, Chronicle

  • ZA HPRA AB1159
  • Archief
  • 1847 - 1865

Kept by Sophy Gray, the wife of Robert Gray, first Bishop of Cape Town, this volume contains the chronicle of the Province, together with an index. The entries were done in fine calligraphy.

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