Fonds OW.086 - Scotch Bay, All Saints fonds

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Scotch Bay, All Saints fonds

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  • 1938-1965 (Creation)

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6.0 cm of textual records
3 still images and negatives.

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All Saints, Scotch Bay was built in 1938 on land deeded by Mr Edmund Fleming Watson. The church was consecrated 1 October 1939 by Archbishop M M Harding. Scotch Bay was closely associated with St John, Eriksdale during its history and was supplied mostly by Bishop's Messengers and student clergy. By the late 1960s the church was no longer being used regularly for services. In 1969 it was moved to Fisherton and rededicated as St John's Church. The cemetery at Scotch Bay is still maintained by the community.

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Parish to Diocesan Archives in 1984.

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The fonds consists of one file folder containing canonical documents, titles, insurance records, and correspondence; one parish register (1938-1963); one vestry book (1938-1965). Research File.

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All materials are located in the Lower Vault.

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Microfilm, parish registers, Reel #10. See access policy.

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Use of parish registers limited to Archives staff. See access policy.

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Rural Parishes Finding Aid

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Related material: Entries for Scotch Bay, All Saints will also be found in the registers of Ashern (OW.003), and Posen (OW.076). See also Fisherton, St John (OW.029).

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