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All Hallows

All Hallows

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All Hallows n. (UK Und.)

FOWLER, Montague (1858 - 1933), JP Ross and Cromarty; Rector of All Hallows, London Wall, since 1900

HOULDING, David Nigel Christopher (born 1953), Vicar, St Stephen’s with All Hallows, Hampstead, since 1985

CUTTELL, Colin (1908 - 1992), Vicar of All Hallows, Barking-by-the-Tower, Guild Church of Toc H, 1963–76

DEACON, Alfred Wranius Newport (1847 - 1915), Rector of St Mary-le-More, with All Hallows, Wallingford, Berks

PEREIRA, Henry Horace (1845 - 1926), Hon. Canon of Canterbury Cathedral; Rector of All Hallows, Lombard Street, since 1904

SOUTHWELL, Roy (1914 - 2011), Archdeacon of Northolt, 1970–80, Archdeacon Emeritus, since 1980; Warden of the Community of All Hallows, Ditchingham, Norfolk, 1983–89

RAWLINSON, George (1812 - 1902), Canon of Canterbury from 1872; Rector of All Hallows, Lombard Street, from 1888; proctor for the Chapter in Convocation of Canterbury, 1873–98

SANDERS, Henry Martyn (1869 - 1963), Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1942–60, Emeritus, 1960; Priest in Ordinary to the Queen, 1962; Rector, All Hallows-on-the-Wall, EC2, 1933–54

CLAYTON, Philip Thomas Byard (1885 - 1972), an Extra Chaplain to the Queen (formerly Chaplain to King George V, to King George VI, and to the Queen); Chaplain to British Petroleum Oil Co.; Founder Padre of Toc H, when Toc H (Talbot House) began in Ypres Salient, 1915; Vicar, 1922–63, of All Hallows, Barking-by-the-Tower (bombed and burnt, 1940), the Guild Church of Toc H

 

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[Ge]

Autumn/winter festival traditionally celebrated in northwest Europe on 1 November in the Gregorian calendar. This was the time when stock were excluded from fields in tillage and when the sowing of winter corn was expected to be completed. The night before, All Hallows Eve, was regarded as a time when the spirits of the dead were at large amongst the living.

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