Bishops' Registry Records
The above images were scanned from items in archive boxes A5352a and A5352b/c. They were compiled between 1914 and 1921.
Books of photographs and plans of churches and rectories in The Diocese of Newcastle (compiled 1914 - 1921) - including:
All Saints, Boolaroo - Plan
All Saints, Kendall - Photo
All Saints, Kendall - Plan
All Saints, Narara - Page
All Saints, Singleton - Photo
All Saints, Singleton - Plan
Christ Church, Dungog - Photo
Christ Church, Dungog - Photo 2
Christ Church, Dungog - Plan
Christ Church, Dungog - Plan 2
Christ Church, Gosford - Photo
Christ Church, Gosford - Photo 2
Christ Church, Gosford - Plan
Christ Church, Gosford - Plan 2
Christ Church, Mt Vincent - Photo
Christ Church, Mt Vincent - Plan
Church of St. Mary-on-Allyn, Allynbrook - Page
Church of St. Mary-on-Allyn, Allynbrook - Page 2
Church of St. Mary-on-Allyn, Allynbrook - Photo
Church of St. Mary-on-Allyn, Allynbrook - Photo 2
Church of the Epiphany, Lansdowne - Page
Church of the Epiphany, Lansdowne - Photo
Holy Trinity, Abermain - Page
Holy Trinity, Abermain - Photo
Holy Trinity, Laurieton - Page
Holy Trinity, Laurieton - Photo
Holy Trinity, Lochinvar - Page
Holy Trinity, Lochinvar - Photo
Lorne - Page
Martins Creek - Page
Mission Hall, Kew - Page
Mission Hall, Kew - Photo
Mission Hall, Mt. View - Page
Mission Hall, Pelaw Main - Photo
Mission Hall, South Singleton - Photo
Parish Hall, Dungog - Photo
St. Andrew, Bishop's Bridge - Photo
Archdeacon Williamson's glass slides of scenes from Australia and South Pacific, religious paintings, and religious instruction.
Rev. Arnold Towner;
Rev. Alan Walker;
Lord Mayor, D.G. McDougall.
Rev. Francis Dashwood Bode;
St. James Church, Morpeth [Rev. R.E. Goddard, Rector, in the background];
Church at Hamilton;
Archdeacon Coles Child;
C.A. Brown family photographs.
St. Margaret's Hostel, Stanmore;
Sibella Macarthur Onslow.
Christ Church Cathedral;
Part of St. John's Theological College, Morpeth;
C.A. Brown Anglican Village, Booragul;
Christ Church Pro-Cathedral;
Christ Church Cathedral (ca.1970s);
Morpeth Grammar School for Boys, 1946;
Sheep at Brenda Station;
St. Alban's Boys' Home [or farmhouse?].
Morpeth Pilgrimage (1947). [See also A5318].
St. Elizabeth's Homes Staff and girls, 1942;
G.B.R.E. photographs (World War 1);
Meeting of Bishops at St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, 1868. [See also A5309];
Synod Newcastle, 1907;
Dean Selwyn and Mrs. Selwyn;
St. Barnabas' Church, East Maitland;
"Homewood", Maitland (residence of Reg. G.K. Rusden);
Canon H. Portus, Rector of East Maitland, 1919 - 1928;
Rev. Lovick Tyrrell, Rector of East Maitland, 1863 - 1903;
Canon G.K. Rusden, Rector of East Maitland, 1834 - 1859.
Archdeacon W.E. White of Muswellbrook (1890s);
St. James' Church, Morpeth.
St. Paul's Church, West Maitland, 1885 -1936. [See also A5454].
St. Andrew's Church, Carrington, Port Stephens.
St. Margaret's Jesmond photographs in Jubilee book, 1929 - 1979.
Photographs of tombstones:
George Augustus (died May, 1848) and Sarah Middleton, (died 1863);
Frances and George Middleton, (died 1900);
Charles Robert Middleton.
Place where the Rev. G.A. Middleton conducted his school near Morpeth.
St. Paul's Murrurundi Centenary booklet with photographs:-
Rev. V. Nash;
Canon W. Holmes;
St. Paul's Murrurundi, 1855;
Second church, 1882;
Church at Timor;
Church at Glen Dhu.
St. Margaret's Hostel, Stanmore;
S. Macarthur Onslow.
Brenda Station (c. 1900);
Brenda Station buildings, 1949.
Bishop Stanton, 1890;
Bishop Stanton, Archdeacon Plume and an Aboriginal in North Queensland.
Group of clergy or bishops.
Bishop Stephen laying the foundation stone of Tyrrell House.
Morpeth Pilgrimage, 1947;
Bishops of New South Wales, 1934.
St. Barnabas' Church, Yarramalong.
Children's homes (for details see Orphanage guide)
Copy of a photograph of a wedding party outside Branxton Anglican Church [c. 1903].
Photographs from A.P. Elkin
Photographs in booklet St. Paul's Church, Paterson, 1929: St. Paul's Church, Paterson;
Rev. John Jennings Smith;
Old Schoolhouse used as church, prior to building of St. Paul's;
St. Mary's on Allyn;
St. John's Church, Vacy;
St. James, Martin's Creek;
Old St. Anne's, Gresford;
Jennings Smith's schoolhouse, licensed as a chapel February, 1843, Hungry Hill in the background;
Captain John Shortland (press clipping);
Broughton Centenary commemoration at Allynbrook (press clipping);
Rev. A.P. Elkin (press clipping);
St. Mary's on Allyn (press clipping).
Photographs and drawings
St. James' Church, Morpeth, 1840 - 1930s;
"Closebourne", Morpeth, 1852
Morpeth photographs and negatives;
Canon Simm [died at Raymond Terrace, 1894];
Rev. R.G. Boodle;
John Palmer, R.N.;
Henry Skillman, 1817 - 1878 [school teacher];
Hannah Skillman, [died 1878];
Rev. Coles Child;
Church of England Synod group, 1898;
Reverend L.C. Blakemore, St. John's Rectory, Stroud and coach and horse;
Study at Morpeth Rectory;
Monument St. John's College, Morpeth.
St. Luke's Anglican Church, Cessnock, 1890;
Church of England Grammar School, Morpeth and St. James' Church, Morpeth [the Church of England Grammar School prospectus];
Photographs of maps:
Brisbane Water, Wollombi, Newcastle, Gloucester, Maitland, 1843;
Scone, Paterson, Patrick's Plains, Dungog, Clarence Town, Muswellbrook, 1843.
Rev. Carlos Stretch photograph collection:
St. Paul's Church, West Maitland, 1885 -1936;
Old Church of England Merriwa, erected 1850;
Church at Kincumber;
Group photograph of sailors in front of Missions to Seamen;
Synod groups, 1912, 1915;
Denominational School at Redwell, parish of Merriwa, used for church services until October, 1927 [photograph 1912]; All Saints Church, Boolaroo;
1, 2 Aberdeen;
4, 5 Adamstown;
6, 7 Bunnan;
8, 9 Cassilis;
13, 14 Denman;
15 Dora Creek;
16, 17 Gloucester;
20 Kars Springs;
22-25 Kurri Kurri;
29, 30, 31 Merriwa;
32 Old Merriwa Road;
33 Miller's Forest;
35 Muscle Creek;
39-42 Newcastle Pro-Cathedral and Cathedral;
45, 46 Redwell;
47, 48 Scone;
54 West Wallsend;