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Bishop Noel Debroy Jones (1989-2003)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 December 2023

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Thursday 7 June 1990

[1-15] Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business. Bray library

[12] Canon Gelling reported that the Bray library had forty subscribers and a balance of £99.

Perpetual care of graves

The vicar-general favoured a minimum legacy of £1000, though some incumbents thought that £200 would be sufficient for their churchyards.

Thursday 23 May 1991

[17-36] Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business.

Bray library

[30] The Bray library report said there were 113 books and that the balance was £175 after £96 had been spent on purchases.

Thursday 11 June 1992

[38-55] Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business. Bray library

[53] The Bray library had a closing balance of £29.

Europe

G. B. Clayton, diocesan co-ordinator for Europe, reported on the proposals made in General Synod for promoting European concerns [54-5].

Thursday 3 June 1993

[56-73] Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business, with another European report on [73].

Bray library

[71] The Bray library had a closing balance of £88 and seventeen subscribers.

Clergy pensions

The bishop explained new arrangements for diocesan finance. The process of arranging for all pensions to be paid gross to the Isle of Man would take about twelve months.

Manxflag

On [72], it was legal to fly the Manx flag over churches and the cross of St George should have the diocesan arms on it.

Thursday 26 May 1994

[74-91] Convocation was summoned for the first time by the secretary, not the vicar-general. Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business.

Bray library

[87] The Bray library balance was about £85. There were twenty-three subscribers and 103 books.

Thursday 8 June 1995

[92-111] Agenda, preconization, bishop's charge and the usual business.

Bray library

[108] The Bray library had 135 books and a balance of £36. Only paperbacks were now being bought.

Thursday 30 May 1996

[113-17] Agenda and preconization. [117-129] Bishop's charge and the usual business.

Bray library

[127] The Bray library's closing balance was £52.

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Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
First published in: 2023

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