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Frederick William Farrar served as Dean of Canterbury for the period 1895 to 1903.  

 

We are grateful to Brian Hogben MA, Dip Loc Hist, MCLIP for researching this

reknown churchman who did much for the Anglican movement and for Canterbury Cathedral.

 

Brian was for 25 years on the staff of the Templeman Library, University of Kent, latterly as Humanities Librarian. He has also worked at Canterbury Cathedral Library for which he compiled (jointly) a bibliography of its extensive collection of Oxford Movement material. More recently he catalogued the papers of Dean Farrar in the Cathedral archives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dean Farrar (a carte de visite)

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Dean Farrar (1831-1903)

Dean of Canterbury Cathedral

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