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Westminster cathedral

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Westminster cathedral

Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral

ROSS, Francis (1873 - 1945), Hon. Canon of Westminster Cathedral since 1919

TOMLINSON, George Arthur (1906 - 1985), Hon. Canon of Westminster Cathedral

BRINDLE, Robert (1837 - 1916), Provost of Westminster Cathedral, since 1901

SEED, Michael Joseph Steven Wayne (born 1957), Chaplain of Westminster Cathedral, 1985–2008

BAKER, Martin John (born 1967), Master of Music, Westminster Cathedral, since 2000; recitalist

DRISCOLL, James (1870 - 1927), Canon of Westminster Cathedral; first Headmaster of the Cardinal Vaughan School

CRAVEN, George L. (1884 - 1967), Vicar General of the Westminster Archdiocese, Titular Bishop of Sebastopolis and Auxiliary to the Archbishop of Westminster since 1947; Provost of the Metropolitan Cathedral Chapter of Westminster since 1957; Assistant at the Pontifical Throne since 1964

JACKMAN, Arthur (1878 - 1945), in charge of Church of the Holy Rood, Watford; Canon of Westminster Cathedral since 1920

HOWLETT, Monsignor Martin (1863 - 1949), Domestic Prelate to the Pope; Canon of Westminster Cathedral, 1908; Canon Theologian, 1927; Protonotary Apostolic ad Instar, 1931

DANIELL, Edward M. (1864 - 1952), Canon of Westminster Cathedral since 1931; Chaplain to Convent of the Sacred Heart, and High School, at 212 Hammersmith Road, W6

RING, Timothy J. (1858 - 1941), Parish Priest and Rural Dean; Canon of Westminster Cathedral since 1918; Rector of St Mary and St Michael’s Church, Commercial Road, E, since 1904

THOMPSON, Austin Henry (1870 - 1941), Vicar of St Peter’s, Eaton Square, SW1; Rural Dean of Westminster; Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral


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The cathedral of the RC Abp. of Westminster, begun in 1895 and opened in 1903. It was designed in early ‘Christian Byzantine’ style and executed mainly in red brick. Its domed campanile is 284 ft. high.

Subjects: British History — Christianity.

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