MC:F23/C9 Letters on miscellaneous topics from various correspondents, 1888-1913
MC:F23/C9/1 n.d. [1880?]
Letter from George B. Lanson (address: West Tisted, Alresford) to Wilson. Lanson proposes that Wilson deliver his first sermon in his church, as Lanson’s friends Spooner and F. Hervey had before. (This letter may date to 1880, when Wilson was ordained).
MC:F23/C9/2 5 November 1888
Letter from Thomas R. Terry (address East Ilsley Rectory, Newbury) to Wilson. Terry says he was prepared for a negative response to a letter when he saw Wilson. He knows Wilson would have helped if possible. He thanks Wilson for mentioning New Shoreham as he and his wife wished to relocate to a milder climate. He discusses the parish of Shoreham.
MC:F23/C9/3 ‘S John Baptist’s Day’ [n.d., before 1892]
Letter from William Moore (address, Appleton Rectory, Abingdon) to Wilson. Moore asks Wilson to preach at his church in Abingdon the next Sunday or the following week, as there were baptisms both Sundays. (The letter dates to before 1892 as Moore died in that year).
MC:F23/C9/4 30.IX.12. [30 September 1912]
Postcard from W. Kroll, (address Munster) to Wilson (address Magdalen College). Kroll thanks Wilson for his kindness in providing him with useful photographs. (The postcard features a picture of a building with a balcony and two figures).
MC:F23/C9/5 30 December 1913
Postcard from F. Reis to Wilson (address Ayrshire, with Magdalen College crossed out), wishing him a Happy New Year. The postcard features a black and white photograph of Nuremberg and is stamped ‘Nurember 184.108.40.206-12’ and ‘Oxford 1. Jan. 14.’
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