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Continuing the transcript of

Fifty Years of Sheffield Church Life
1866-1916

by
The Rev. W. Odom

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Hon. Canon of Sheffield


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NAMES OF SUBSCRIBERS

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Please note these are only the names of pre-publication subscribers as printed at the end of the book, but many more individuals are mentioned throughout the main text whose names have not been indexed. Most names have been highlighted in bold at least once in our transcript (not necessarily if/when they are repeated). If searching for specific surnames (or placenames or any other information) make use of the Find or Search facility in your browser on each chapter page (see the full list of chapters below).

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His Grace the Lord Archbishop of York (Dr. Lang)
The Lord Bishop of Sheffield (Dr. Burrows)
The Lord Bishop of Durham (Dr. Moule) (2 copies)
The Lord Bishop of Jarrow (Dr. Quirk)
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Lofthouse, Bishop of Keewatin (2 copies)
The Ven. Archdeacon Gresford Jones
The Ven. Archdeacon Sandford, Doncaster
The Master Cutler of Sheffield (Mr. W. H. Ellis, J.P.)
Sir W. E. Clegg, J.P., Litt.D., Sheffield
Sir George Franklin, J.P. (the late) (3 copies)
Samuel Roberts, Esq., M.P., D.L., Sheffield
Robert Armitage, Esq., M.P. (Farnley Hall)
Colonel Hughes, C.B., C.M.G. (the late) (4 copies)
Chancellor Aubrey T. Lawrence, M.A., The Temple, London
Professor G. C. Moore Smith, M.A. (Sheffield University)
The Hunter Archæological Society
The Sheffield Public Libraries

ALLEN, Rev. A
ALLEN, Miss (Nottingham)
A. L. A.
ARMITAGE, Mr. W. (Aysgarth)
ARNOLD, B.A., Mr. J. A.
ASQUITH, Mrs. M.
AUSTIN, Mr. G. R.

BAGGS, Mr. H. E.
BARCLAY, Rev. D. B. (Chippenham)
BACON, Mrs. E.
BADGER, Mrs. (Doncaster)
BARFF, Rev. H. F. (Derby)
BARKWELL, Mrs. A.
BARLOW, Mrs. M.
BARTON, Mrs. S.
BATES, Mr. H. J.
BATTERSBY, M.A., Mr. C. J.
BAXTER, Mr. G. S.
BAXTER, Miss R. H. (Doncaster)
BEDELLS, Mr. E. C.
BEDFORD, Mrs. H. H.
BEETHAM, Mr. M. (Doncaster) (4 copies)
BEETHAM, Miss K.
BELCHER, Mrs. M. A.
BENSON, Rev. S. B. (Birmingham)
BENTON, Mrs. W. S.
BERLEY, Mrs. A.
BEVAN, Mr. T.
BILLING, Mrs. E.
BINNEY, Mr. J.
BIRKS, Mrs. E.
BIRKS, Mrs. E. V.
BISHTON, Mr. J. A.
BLAKE, Mr. T. H.
BLAKENEY, Mrs. (Moncrieffe)
BLAKENEY, Rev. E. P.
BLAKENEY, Rev. J. St. Leger
BOOTH, Mr. A. H.
BOOTH, Mrs. J. D.
BOOTH, Mrs. G.
BOWLER, Mr. C.
BRAILSFORD, Miss M.
BREWER, Mr. W. M.
BRITTAIN, J.P., F.R.G.S., Mr. W. H. (2 copies)
BROWN, Miss B.
BROWN, Rev. W. (Ireland)
BROWNE, Miss
BROADBENT, Mr. W.
BROOKE, Mrs.
BROWNELL, Miss (Oxton)
BUCKLER, Rev. J. Fell (Dullingham)
BUCKLER, Mr. E.
BULLOCK, Mrs. (Surbiton)
BULMER, Rev. E. (York)
BURBIDGE, Mr. Noel W.
BUTLER, Rev. J. F.
BUTTERTON, Rev. S. R.

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CAM, Mrs. A.
CARDING-WELLS, Mrs.
CATTELL, J.P., Mr. Ald.
CECIL, Rev. Hy.
CHAMBERS, Mr. E. E.
CHAPLIN, Rev. R. H. (Hindolvestone)
CHAPMAN, Rev. T. C. (London)
CLARKE, Mr. W.
CLARKSON, Mr. F.
CLEGG, Miss
CLEGG, Mr. J. C.
CLEGHORN, M.A., Miss I.
CLEMENT, Mr. F.
CLIFF, Mr. J.
COBBY, Rev. W. (Swine)
COLE, Rev. Canon
COLE, Mrs. M.
COLLINS, Rev. F. H.
COLLIER, Mr. C. J.
COLLIER, Rev. C. V. (Langton)
COLLEY, Miss L.
COOLING, Mr. F.
COOMBE, Mr. J. Newton
COOMBES, Mr. J. W.
COOPLAND, Mr. H.
COTTERILL, Mr. E.
COUCH, Rev. T.
CRABBE, Mrs.
CRAWSHAW, Rev. A. A.
CRAWSHAW, Mr. Frank
CROSKIN, Mrs. E.
CUTHBERT, Rev. G. Kydd

DANN, Mr. W.
DARK, Rev. W. A.
DARWIN, Mr. T.
DAVIDSON, Mr. J. H.
DAVIES, Mrs. S.
DAVIES, Rev. T. C.
DAVIS, Mrs.
DAVY, Mr. E. R.
DAWSON, Mrs. S.
DEAKIN, Mrs. F.
DEAKIN, Mr. John
DIXON, Miss Mary (Bath)
DIXON, J.P., Mr. Jas.
DUNBAR, Mr. R. H.
DYSON, Mr. A.
DYSON, Mr. John M. (3 copies)

EARNSHAW, Mr. J.
EARNSHAW, Mr. T.
EDGINTON, Rev. W. T.
ELLIN, Mr. T. R.
ELLIN, Mr. T. S.
ELLIOTT, Rev. S. H.
ELLIS, Mr. John
ESAM, J.P., Mr. W. B.
EVERARD, Rev. E. V. (the late)

FANSHAW, Mr. R. A.
FANSHAW, Mr. W. A.
FARR, Mr. G.
FAULKNER, Mr. G. O.
FAVELL, Miss C. L.
FIRTH, J.P., Mr. E. Willoughby
FISHER, Mr. R. P.
FISHER, Mr. W.
FOWLE, Rev. J. S.
FOWLER, Mr.
FRANCE, Mr. F.
FREEMANTLE, Mr. W. T.

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GADSBY, Mr. T.
GANDY, Mrs. (London)
GARTON, Mrs.
GASKELL, Rev. M. H. (Birkenhead)
GIBSON, Rev. W. R. (Dore)
GILL, Mrs. A.
GILL, Mrs. (Sharrow)
GILLATT, Mr. W.
GILLOTT, Mrs. R.
GILMORE, Rev. C. J.
GOODALL, Rev. Canon
GOODHART, Rev. C. A. (Stonehouse) (2 copies)
GOODWYN, Rev. Canon (Gloucester)
GOULD, Mr. J. W.
GRAVILLE, Mr. W.
GREEN, Rev. D.
GREENWOOD, Rev. H. F.

HAINING, Mr. E.
HALL, Rev. G. W. (Norton)
HALLATT, Mrs. A.
HALSE, Rev. W. G. (Bridlington)
HAGUE, Mr. W.
HANFORTH, Mus.Bac., Mr. T. W.
HARLAND, J.P., Mr. A.
HARRISON, Coun. S. G.
HARRISON, Mr. W. H.
HATFIELD, Mr. C.
HEWITT, Mrs. J. E. (Lyme Regis)
HICHENS, M.A., Mr. J. H.
HILL, Mr. A. R.
HILL, Mrs. S.
HINDE, Mrs. E.
HOLLAND, Mrs. E.
HOLLEY, Miss L. (Worrall)
HOLMES, Mr. R.
HOPCROFT, Mr. J.
HOPKINS, Rev. H. G. (Casterton)
HOUGHTON, Rev. Canon
HOWARD, Rev. Preb. (Uffcumbe)
HOYLE, J.P., Mr. Rossiter
HUNT, Mrs.
HURST, Rev. J. B. P. (Tunbridge Wells)
HURST, Mr. M.
HURT, Mr. H. C.
HUTCHINSON, Mr. G. H.
HUTTON, Mrs.

IBBOTSON, Mrs. A.
INGRAM, Mrs.
INMAN, Mr. E.
IRVING, Mrs. L.

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JEFFRIES, Rev. R. (Friesland)
JESSOP, Mrs. A. W.
JESSOP, Miss M.
JOHNSON, Mrs. H. JOHNSON, Mrs. M. J.
JONES, Mr. Pryce
JOWITT, Mrs. M. E. H.

KEETLEY, Mrs. H.
KENDALL, Rev. W. A.
KENNEDY, Rev. H. F.

LACK, Mr. W.
LAMB, Rev. Canon (Bath)
LARDER, Mrs.
LAWTON, Mr. P.
LAZENBY, Mr. W. J. (Hoyland)
LEADER, B.A., Mr. R. E.
LEE, Mrs. H. P.
LEIGHTON, Mr. G. H.
LINACRE, Miss
LITTLEWOOD, Rev. Canon (Thorne)
LOCKWOOD, Mr. H.
LOFTHOUSE, Mr. J. W.

MACNAGHTEN, Rev. Canon (Tankersley)
MARPLES, Mrs. A.
MARPLES, Mrs. E.
MARSH, J.P., Mr. H. P.
MARSH, Mrs. G.
MARSHALL, Mr. W.
MASON, Mr. J. H.
MATTHEWS, Mr. H.
McNEAL, Rev. G. H.
MERRYWEATHER, Rev. H. H. (Cheltenham)
MILLER, Rev. E. A.
MILMAN, Mr. Ed.
MILMAN, Mrs. E.
MINER, Mr. M. T.
MOORE, Rev. G. (Packington)
MORGAN, Mr. C.
MORRIS, Mr. P.
MORTON, Rev. T.
MORTON, Mrs. E.
MORTON, Mrs. M.
MORTON, Dr. T. H.
MUXLOW, Mr. A. O.

NAISH, Major F. E. (Handsworth)
NELSON, Mrs.
NEWBOLD, The Misses (Bournemouth)
NICHOLSON, Mr. D. M. (Wath)
NORTHEND, Mr. J. W.

ODOM, Rev. V. (Malvern)

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PALFREYMAN, Mrs. A.
PALMER, Mr.
PARKIN, Mr. Sep.
PARKIN, Mr. W.
PAWSON, Mr. H. H.
PEARCE, Mr. E. (Taunton)
POST, Mrs. J. C.
POWELL, Mr. J.
POWELL, Mrs. W. (3 copies)
PRATT, Mrs. H.
PRICE, Mr. B.
PRICE, Mrs.
PROUT, Rev. A. T. (Newbiggin-on-Lune) (2 copies)
PYNE, Rev. R. G. (York)

REDFERN, Miss
REDMAN, Rev. Canon (Heywood)
REES, Rev. E. L.
REVILL, Mrs. M.
RHODES, Mrs. R. J.
RICHARDSON, Mrs. (Ipswich)
RICHARDSON, Mr. H.
RICHMOND, Mrs.
RIDGE, Mr. Josh.
RIDSDALE, Mr. Scott
ROBERTS, Miss (Park Grange)
ROBERTS, Mr. P.
ROBERTS, Jun., J.P., Mr. S.
ROBERTS, Mr. W. A.
ROBERTSON, Mrs. C.
ROBINSON, Miss R.
RODLEY, Mr. G.
ROWLANDS, Rev. Canon (Aberdovey)
RUNDLE, Miss A. M. (3 copies)

SANDFORD, J.P., Mr. H. B.
SARGINSON, Mrs. M. A.
SCOTTON, Mrs. S.
SCOVELL, Rev. F. G. (Rawmarsh)
SHEPPARD, Rev. B. P.
SHUTTLEWORTH, Mr. T. G.
SILLITOE, Mr. T.
SIMMONDS, Mr. W. T. (Tunbridge Wells)
SIVIL, Mr. Jas.
SLACK, Mr. J. B.
SLACK, Mr. R.
SMITH, Mr. Coun. C. H.
SMITH, Mr. H. J.
SMITH, Mrs. M.
SMITH, Mrs. Theo.
SMITH, Rev. S. T. G.
SORBY, Rev. A. E. (3 copies)
SOUTHEY, Mr. G. W.
SPINK, Rev. M. S. H. (Torrington)
SPOONER, Mrs. M.
SPURR, Mrs. (Doncaster)
STACEY, Mr. A. W.
STEVENSON, Mr. J.
SURGEY, Mr. G. W.
SUTTON, Mrs. C.
SWAFFIELD, Mrs. A. (Derby)
SWANN, Rev. Dr.
SWIFT, Mr. G. E.

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TEBBETT, Mr. T.
THOMAS, Miss
THOMAS, Rev. A. (Todwick)
THOMPSON, Rev. J.
THOMPSON, Rev. Canon (Wakefield)
THOMPSON, Mrs. M.
THORNTON, Rev. C. C.
THORNLEY, Rev. John
THRAVES, Mr. W.
TINDALL, Mr. F. M.
TORR, Mrs. M.
TORRENS, Rev. T. (Wootton)
TOWNSEND, Mrs. E. H.
TOWNSEND, Mrs. W. A.
TOZER, Miss F. L.
TRIPPETT, Mr. W. H.
TROTT, Mr. F.
TUCK, Mr. E.
TURNER, Mr. C. B.
TURNER, Rev. G. W.
TWIST, Miss M.

UNWIN, Mr. F. (2 copies)
UNWIN, Rev. W. C. (Loppington)

VICKERS, Mr. C. E.
VICKERS, Miss G.

WAIN, Miss
WAITE, Mrs. A. E.
WALKER, Mr. W. B.
WALKER, Miss
WALKER, J.P., Mr. Coun.
WALTON, Mrs. G.
WALTON, Mr. E. S.
WARD, Mr. A. W.
WARD, Miss E.
WASHINGTON, Rev. Canon (Norwich)
WATSON, Mrs. A. M. (Heswall)
WATSON, Miss (Shirecliffe Hall)
WEBSTER, L.R.I.B.A., Mr. J. D.
WESTON, Mr. T.
WHEAT, M.A., Mr. J. B.
WHITE, Mr. W.
WHITELEY, Mr. Seth
WIDDISON, Mrs. T.
WIGFULL, A.R.I.B.A., Mr. J. R.
WILKINSON, Mrs. H.
WILKINSON, Mr. J.
WILLIAMS, Mr. H. H.
WILLIAMS, Mr. F.
WILSON, J.P., Mr. J. Wycliffe
WILSON, M.A., Mr. R. T.
WILSON, Miss
WING, Mr. J. C. (Holmesfield)
WOLSTENHOLME, Mr. G. E.
WOLSTENHOLME, Mrs. W. B. (Filey)
WOOLLEN, Mr. J.
WOOLLEN, Mr. J. H.
WOOLLEN, Mr. J. J.
WOOD, Mrs. A. G.
WOODGER, Mrs.
WOODS, Rev. A. (Haddlesey)
WOOFINDIN, Mr. J. V.
WORTHINGTON, Rev. H. B.
WRIGHT, Rev. W. N.
WRIGHT, Rev. W. P.
WYNN, Mr. W.

YATES, Rev. F.
YOULE, Mr. R.

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Full Contents

I

Sheffield in the 'Sixties
The author's reminiscences of 'Old Sheffield' and its inhabitants.

II

The Church in Sheffield, 1866-1916
Brief history of the church in Sheffield and its development, timetable of subjects and tutors from an Educational Institute Class List of 1866, clergy names, benefactors, details of churches/parishes, etc — this chapter has been split into two pages, the link taking you to the first of these.

III

Memories of St. Simon's, 1877-1888
Details of this parish in one of the most densely-populated areas of Sheffield, anecdotes, names, etc.

IV

Christ Church, Heeley, 1888-1916
History, descriptions and anecdotes of Heeley before it became developed, names of residents, and a comprehensive account of the author's incumbency, including details of the church extensions, building of the Sunday Schools, fundraising, collections and expenditure, a little about Nonconformists, names of curates/scripture readers/deaconesses/churchwardens etc, and the author's eventual retirement — this chapter has been split into two pages, the link taking you to the first of these.

V

Heeley and the War
Names of congregation members fallen in the Great War, including one VC (Sgt-Maj J C Raynes, Royal Artillery, with citation given), together with extracts from letters written by servicemen giving accounts of conditions at the front (France, Belgium, Egypt), their experiences in battle, and thoughts of home; also an account from a survivor of the sinking of the hospital ship 'Anglia' in the Channel.

VI

Recollections – Men and Things
Many names and anecdotes of clergy, laymen and others known and befriended during the author's ministry — this chapter has been split into two pages, the link taking you to the first of these.

VII

Books and Travel
Author's favourite reading, details and a bibliography of other published work, and travel.

VIII

In Memoriam – Mary Odom
A very personal tribute from the author to his wife, Mary, who died in 1913.

IX

"God and Cæsar." A Sermon preached before the Mayor and Corporation.
Text of a sermon preached at Sheffield Parish Church in 1887.

X

"Public Worship – its Methods." A Paper read at the Islington Clerical Meeting, London, 1903.
Text includes the author's observations on the principles established at the time of the Reformation, the dangers of a return to 'mediaevalism', and public worship as laid out in the Book of Common Prayer.

THIS PAGE: Names of Subscribers.

Illustrations from the book — click thumbnails for enlargement in a new window
(for chapters and contents, see list above)

Interior of Sheffield Cathedral - click for enlargement

Interior of Sheffield Cathedral Church
(St Peter & St Paul)

Leonard Hedley Burrows, Bishop of Sheffield - click for enlargement

The Bishop of Sheffield, Leonard Hedley Burrows, D.D.,
to whom the book is dedicated

St Simon's Church, Sheffield - click for enlargement

St. Simon's Church, Sheffield (covered in Chapter III)

Exterior of Christ Church, Heeley - click for enlargement

Christ Church, Heeley: exterior
(the author's time at Heeley is covered in Chapter IV)

Interior of Heeley Church - click for enlargement

Heeley Church: Interior

Floor plan of Heeley Church - click for enlargement

Floor plan of Heeley Church,
dating the various extensions

Whit-Monday at Heeley - click for enlargement

Whit-Monday at Heeley
(no date given, but possibly ca. 1916/1917)

Heeley Vicarage - click for enlargement

Heeley Vicarage
The individuals are not named, but could well be Rev and Mrs Odom

Rev. Canon William Odom - click for enlargement

The author,
Rev. Canon William Odom

Memorial Cross, Heeley Churchyard - click for enlargement

Memorial Cross for Mary Odom,
Heeley Churchyard (see Chapter VIII)

Memorial Window, Heeley Church - click for enlargement

Memorial and Commemoration Window, Heeley Church

Dedication - click for enlargement

This copy of the book includes a handwritten dedication
from the author to the Bishop of Sheffield, 1917



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