3 edition of charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr. John Sharp, 1721-1976 found in the catalog.
charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr. John Sharp, 1721-1976
C. J. Stranks
1976 by Dean and Chapter of Durham .
Written in English
|Series||Durham Cathedral lecture -- 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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C.J. Stranks was a Canon of Durham Cathedral, a sometime Trustee of Lord Crewe's Charity, and well known author of a 1721-1976 book of books including This Sumptuous Church, his much loved history of Durham Cathedral. On 4th March he gave a Cathedral Lecture entitled The Charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr.
John SharpThe charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr John SharpChester le Street: City Printing. Whiting, C.E. Nathaniel Lord Crewe Bishop of Durham,and his The Charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr John Sharp –(Durham Cathedral Lecture, ), 5, explains that the estates in Northumberland had belonged to the Forsters but economic John Sharp III arranged, by sale in supplemented by bequest infor the bulk of the collections to pass to the Trustees of Lord Crewe's Charity, who maintained them as a public library at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, until Some additions were made up to ca Sale of Forster estate to Nathaniel Lord Crewe.
Jacobite Rising. Death of Lord Crewe; Charity is endowed with the Forster estates. s Repair of the village. John Wesley preaches in the village and describes it and the Abbey as "little more than a heap of ruins" The Trustees repair Blanchland Thomas Sharp was the second son of John Sharp (), Archbishop of York.
He was educated at Trinity College Cambridge, receiving an MA inafter which he was ordained a deacon. In he became archdeacon of Northumberland. He became a Prebendary (a beneficiary of a substantial endowment) of Durham Cathedral in Lord Crewe was Bishop of Durham from tohaving previously been Rector (Principal) of Lincoln College Oxford and Bishop of Oxford.
Since his death inhis trustees have implemented the terms of his will to support various named charities, necessitous clergy in the current Church of England dioceses of Durham and Newcastle, charitable purposes at Lincoln College Oxford, and some A set of six portraits of Dr John Sharp and Family, owned by Lord Crewe's Charity.
Portrait 1 – John Sharp D.D. (John Sharp III) - Trustee of Lord Crewe’s Charities at Bamburgh Castle. Archdeacon of Northumberland. Prebendary of Durham. Vicar of Hartburn. Portrait 2 – Mary Sharp – Cousin and wife of John Sharp Lord Crewe's Charity was established under the terms of the will of Nathaniel Lord Crewe, Bishop of Durham, to distribute the income from his estates in the North East of England for the benefit of necessitous clergy in the ancient Diocese of Nathaniel, third Baron Crewe and Bishop of Durham, was born on 31 January at Steane, Northamtonshire, the fourth of six sons of John Crewe, a Presbyterian Commonwealth MP, who nevertheless worked for the restoration of Charles II and was subsequently created 1st Baron Crewe of Steane.
His mother was Jemima Waldegrave of Lawford, › Home. Sharp Library Correspondence and Book Lists Blank overdue and renewal cards, annual lists of books suggested, acquired or missing, bills and correspondence about borrowing and acquiring books, especially with the Lord Crewe Charity trustees, and Ramage's report of on the libraries in Newcastle and Bamburgh.
Paper ?docId=ark/_s2hndxml. " C. Stranks, The Charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe and Dr John Sharp, – (Durham: Durham Cathedral Lecture, ), 18 1721-1976 book William 1721-1976 book, A View of Northumberland: With an Excursion to the Abbey of Mailross in Scotland (London: Printed by T.
Saint, ), During his tenure as manager of the Tweed Fisheries in the s, their income rose five- fold and the value of the business increased from £ to £ 16 17 Franc¸oise Deconinck-Brossard, ‘Sharp, John (– C.
Stranks, The Charities of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe )’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, and Dr John Sharp, Medicine and Charity in Eighteenth-century Northumberland: The Early Years of the Bamburgh Castle Dispensary and Surgery, c.
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